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Gloin
Nimrodel
lalaith
Last Homely House
Eldamar
Rivendell
lobelia
Aragorn
Nrnen = Mordor's inland sea.
Nin In Eilph (swanfleet) A place beside the Moria Gate.
]Hurin
Neldoreth
halfling
Gimli
imrahil
Lothlorien
numenor
Rittermark
khazad-dum I know it's been used over and over again, but I just can't think of another one right now... at least not in english.
Mordor
radagast
Torech Ungol = Shelob's Lair.
Lond Daer at the mouth of River Gwathlo
Rohirim
Makalaure
Ent
thranduil
Lhn = The river in the far northwest of Middle-earth draining the eastern side of the Blue Mountains to the sea.
Noldo
Osgiliath
Huor
Ringil
Lenw

uhoh...ringil is back to haunt usExploding Head SmilieExploding Head SmilieExploding Head SmilieExploding Head Smilie
elbereth
Holdwine of the Mark = Merry's honorary Rohirrim name given for his service to the royal family.
king under the mountain
nurnen
Narsil
Legolas
shire
Ecthelion
Neekerbreekers = Sam's name for the evil relatives of crickets that haunted the reeds and tussocks of the Midgewater Marshes. He named them for the incessant noise they made throughout the night.
stybba
Anorien
N..n...n...n...n...n...n..Númenor
river running
Glóin
nimrodel
Lembas
sam
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