Ninquel’t’, 'White Blossom', a name of Telperion
Arminas = a Noldorin Elf who carried Ulmo's warning along with Gelmir, of the peril of Nargothrond to Orodreth, the last King of that fair city. This warning T’rin talked the King into ignoring and thus the bridge wasn't thrown down allowing Glaurung access to the city and its eventual destruction.
Stormcrow, derogatory nickname for Gandalf in Rohan.
Elur’n = son of Dior and Nimloth, and brother of Elur’d. Neither of these two carried bread crums or white pebbles when they were abandoned in the forest, and thus they were never heard from again. I'm not sure if they were eaten by the Big Bad Wolf, or by the Witch who owned the Gingerbread House, or if they actually starved to death as mentioned in the Silmarillion.
Nandor, the Elves who left the Great Journey east of the Misty Mountains.
Egalmoth = 18th Ruling Steward of Gondor
Aeglos = Gilgalad's Spear.
Stockbrook, stream in The Shire
(did i get the idea of this game right?)
Yeah you've got it alright, you post a word with the same first letter as the last letter in the word previous to yours
Elladan = identical twin brother of Elrohir who were siblings of Arwen.
Nan Dungortheb, the "Valley of Dreadful Death" in Beleriand between Ered Gorgoroth and Doriath
Gorthol = another of T’rin's many pseudonyms.
Dagor Bragollach, The Battle of Sudden Flame
Ioreth = verbose woman who served in Minas Tirith's Houses of Healing during the later days of the War of the Ring.
Hadhodrond, Elvish name for Khazad-d’m
Kine of Araw = Babe's white cousin. Boromir carried a horn made from one of these large oxen native to the land around the Sea of Rh’n.
Westmansweed, a hobbit nickname for tobaccy.
The Two Trees - Triple Points!
Sunnendai = old name for the second day of the Hobbit week.
, an inn near Hobbiton and a forum on Planet-Tolkien
P.S. Very impressive, Elessar!
Gwaith-i-m’rdain = the Elven Jewel Smiths of Eregion