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Tuckborough
Haven of the Swans Alqualondë.
Entwash river
River Running
Gríma Wormtongue
Eriador
Rosamunda Bolger mother of Fredegar (Fatty) Bolger
Red Arrow Emblem of Gondor sent to Rohan to call for help.

I felt we needed to get some odd-ended words in here, we keep saying basically the same things over and over again... Take that W! Wink Smilie
Wormtongue

Sorry AnaryaSmile Smilie
elephant misspelling of Oliphaunt.
...Tower of Sorcery.

Haha! Y. :P
Yellow Face Gollum's name for the Sun

The letter "Z" is the hardest letter for which to find a follow-up word. Elf With a Big Grin Smilie
Ezellohar
you got me thinking about that "z" haha, it's hard to think of a word that ends with it, though if I needed to start with Z, I'd just go with the famous Zirakzigil Smile Smilie
Rushey Hobbit village in the Marish
Yrch.

I am also pondering words ending with "Z".
Hírilorn the great three-trunked tree in which Thingo kept Luthien from Beren in a house built in its heights.
Nulukkhizdin Dwarven name for Nargothrond, the Elven underground fortress founded by Finrod Felagund.

I had to get technical, I didn't want to use some silly normal word. Smile Smilie
You mean like Nob? Orc Grinning Smilie

I dislike the "E" and "N" ending words because I keep getting stuck with following them. So keep them coming. Elf Winking Smilie
Bill Ferny
Yearbook of Tuckborough, also was called Yellowskin.
Haldir
Robin Smallburrow a Shirriff of the Shire, unwillingly when Sharkey took over.
White Tree of Gondor
Rohirrim
Merry





My favorite HobbitSmile Smilie
another "Y" word: Younger days the Fourth Age, the Age of Men.
Shelob best I could think of. Doesn't end with an E or N. Big Smile Smilie
Biter The name the Orcs called the sword Orcrist by.
Radagast
Tengwar writing system developed in Eldamar by Rúmil and reworked by Fëanor.
Roverandum


Why am I ending up with r's?
Mark, The = Rohan

Same reason we get Es and Ns; because Tolkien ended many of his created words with those letters. Elf Winking Smilie
Kheled-zaram


@Grondy:yes you are right.But I was not complaining,just wondering.
Men of the West the Dúnedain
I will take the T.
Treebeard
Diamond Took wife of Peregrin Took
Dernhelm
Master Samwise Gamgee
Eru

I hadn't realized it'd been so long since I posted here.. :/

Ungoliant (or Uruk Hai)


@Anarya:Good to have you backSmile Smilie
Théodred
Dimholt
Teleporno High-elven form of Celeborn.
Old Man Willow - That crafty old tree.
Withywindle river upon whose banks the above tree made its home.
ElessarSad Smilie
River-daughter the beautiful woman living by the above said river, and near the above said tree. Also known as Goldberry.

@Odette Couldn't come up with something nearby? Or couldn't think of something ending different?? Smile Smilie Don't get sad... get mad... I mean... glad!!
River Running, The Celduin
Grey Company
Yellowface the Sun, according to Gollum.
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