Thread: does 'Danaugh' ring a bell??
I'm in need of some information about my girlfriends name 'Danaugh'. We already know that her name is of a Celtic origin, but we still don't know where her name is written down. It is nowhere to be found. Some people told us that they might have seen her name in one of the books written by Tolkien. I know that you are the real fans of Lord of The Rings...so I hope that their is one amongst you who might help us. Does de name 'Danaugh' appear in tolkien's The Silmarillion, The Hobbit or Lord of The Rings? And if it does...where does is refer to? A creature or person, a mountain, lake, river or place? I hope someone can be of any help!
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Harald and Danaugh (from The Netherlands)
This is what I found:
OronwŰ is also named Melmellar, the "good god" and is usually depicted carrying a stout staff of oak. In this, he is similar to the Celtic Dagda.
*waves back from the Netherlands*