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Bombur = the fat dwarf who was famished when he awoke after having a swim and a nap.
Ringil-the most over used letter game word
Lindir =some elf in Rivendell who the fanfic authors love to portray as silly and brainless
Rohan
northfarthing
Golden Perch = The tavern in Stock, rumored to have the best beer in the Shire.
Himring
Gabilgathol-Belegost
Tuk
Kházad-dum
manwe
Ehlrohir
Romendacil
Linaewen-The lake of birds
northern kingdom
Maedhros
sador
Red Arrow
Wormtongue
Elbereth
Hutula
angband
Dunedain
nimrodel
Luthien
noldor
Rohan
Nindalf
finrod
durbontulic ?spelling?
I don't recognize the word; could you please give us the definition or use it in context.

Cirth = Daeron's Runes
Haldir
Radagast

Elrose,did you mean durbatuluk? Happy Elf Smilie
Tyrn Gorthad (The Barrow Downs)
Dwimorberg
Greyflood = the River Gwatho, which carries the combined flow of the Hoarwell, the Loudwater, and the Swanfleet Rivers to the sea.
Daeron= guy who loved Luthien
nimrodel, narsil, Nardol, Narmacil and more Smile Smilie
Lóni = a Dwarf from Lonely Mountain who was killed at Durin's Bridge in Moria.
Imaldris
Samwise
Edoras
silverlode
Eregion
nimrodel
Luthien
Nanolethnier-elvish word? mayb, you know Galadriel says it all fancy
red book
Kirith-origanal speloling of Cirith
halfling
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