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Gollum
Slinker
Stinker
Sams' insult to Sméagol
Deagol
Ring Finder
Ring bearer
Crown wearer
Elessar
Strider
Trotter - Strider's original name when he was a Hobbit in early drafts
Bill the Pony, who wasn't much of one. (a trotter)
Samwise - who really was (a trotter)
The pseudo-'Elf-warrior' who was lose in the Tower of Cirith Ungol and scared the Orcs as he climbed towards freeing Frodo.
Snaga
Cirith Ungol
Shelob
spider rope webs
Elven ropes
Galadriel - made Sam's rope
Lothlorien
Mallorn Trees
Elven longbows
Legolas
Dwarfish axe
Gimli
Gloin
Thorin
Smaug
Smog
Gate of Erebor
Fallen Bridge
Balrog
Flaming whip
Kazad -dúm
Black Chasm - Moria
Black Gate = the Morannon, which had one Iron gate with three vast doors, and this fact answered one of my earliest conundrums about the LotR: only one entry when Frodo toured there, yet there were three when the Captains of the West scrimmaged there.)
Durthang - A very old castle south and a tad west of The Black Gate...
Isenmouthe where Frodo and Sam escaped from their forced march accompanying the orcs from Durthang. (I have always thought this name should apply about 750 miles due, west where the River Isen (Angren River) empties into Belegar (The Great Sea), but Tolkien knows best.)
Fellowship
Comradeship
The Three Kindreds - Aragorn (Man), Legolas (Elf) and Gimli (Dwarf)

Both names of the Isen rivers are translated as 'Iron', fits both ways... Evil Mordor, and the threat of Isengard also Teacher Smilie Must be some sort of Irony Orc Smiling Smilie
Free Peoples of Middle-earth
Hobbits!
Periannath = Elvish name for hobbits.
Galadriel
Celeborn
Grey Havens
Sting no - not from the Police...l..o..l....
Shelob
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