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Smaug

Green Dragon

Nimrodel

Rivendell (obvious, but still...)

 
 

 Lembas 

 

Silverlode (river)

Elenya (Monday )

Annuminas - capital of Arnor

Samwise Gamgee

Elendil

Longcleeve   (Pippins wife was "Diamond of Longcleeve" and they had a son together named Faramir.)

 


Erebor

Rohan

NERDANEL      (Spouse of Feanor :Greatest of the Noldor, Creator of the Palantiri and the  Feanorian letters which bear his name. And of course the silmarils)

Laurelin - one of the two trees of Valimar

Nob -  Along with Bob, one of Barliman Butterburs servants at the Inn of The Prancing Pony in Bree. 

Balrog


Gurthang     

The Black Sword of Túrin Turambar     "Hail Gurthang! No lord or loyalty dost thou know, save the hand that wieldeth thee. From no blood wilt thou shrink."            From the last words of Túrin

 

Gamil Zirak  (was a Dwarvish smith, who was the master of Telchar of Nogrod in the early First Age Wink Smilie 

Khand    Ancient eastern ally of Sauron. The land lying directly east of Mordor and its traditional ally.

Daeron also known as Dairon was a Sindarin elf of Doriath and King Thingol's loremaster and minstrel. Because of his love for Lúthien, he was jealous of Beren, and was a key figure in the betrayal of their love to Thingol.

Daeron was a brilliant loremaster and was the greatest musician in Middle-earth, greater even than Maglor 

Neekerbreekers     "There were thousands of them, and they squeaked all round, neek-breek, breek-neek..."

Sam Gamgee coined the name for them after the sound they made.  :-)

 scatha : Great dragon of the Ered Mithrin

Anborn:    A man of Gondor and Ranger of Ithilien. Faramir forbade Anborn killing Gollum. And a good thing. If Gollum had died the Quest to destroy the One Ring would most likely have failed.

Nenya, also named the White Ring ,the Ring of Adamant and the Ring of Water, is one of the Rings of Power, specifically, one of the Three Rings of the Elves of Middle-earth. The name is derived from the Quenya Nén meaning water. 

Ainur

 

first being created by Eru Iluvatar. The divine spirits.

Rían was an Edain of the House of Bëor, and the wife of Huor the mother of Tuor.

 

Narvinyë  The Month of the new sun

Approximately equivalent to modern January (modern Dec. 23 to Jan. 21). The name means "new year" or, literally, "new sun"

Happy Narvinye to all!

Elrond

 

Drúadan Forest

Named for the remnant of the Druadain who lived there.

Thrór (TA 2542 - TA 2790) was a King of Durin's Folk

Rhun -where the Easterlings lived in the far eastern part of Middle Earth

Narsil

Lindir- elf in the house of Rivendel


 

 
 

 Radagast 

 

Rosie Cotton

Oops, sorry I am meant to take the last letter of the word! My entry is Tumladen, valley of

Tobold Hornblower also known as Old Toby was a Hobbit of the Shire. 

The last letter written was 'e', so...

Eglarest

Tarion ( means Sunday in elvish ) 

Near harad

Dunedain

Nazgul

Lonely Mountain

Numenor

Ringbearer

Radagast

Tar Eldarion:Mariner king of Numenor,husband of Erendis.

Numenor 

Rory Brandybuck

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