Lord of the Rings by Meaning

Random Literature or Lord of the Rings Quiz

Can you name the Lord of the Rings place, person, or thing by meaning?

Featured Sep 16, 2011

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MeaningNameLanguage Origin
Place: Black LandSindarin
Place: Mansion of the DwarvesDwarvish
Place: Tower of GuardSindarin
Place: Dream-FlowerSindarin+Quenya
Place: Iron CitadelRohirric (Old English)
Place: Tower of Sorcery Sindarin
Place: Land of Stone (Lit. Stone Land)Sindarin
Place: Land of HorsesSindarin
Place: Burning MountainSindarin
Place: Mount Fang (Lit. Forked Height)Sindarin
Person: Noble WomanSindarin
Person: One-Who-Delights-in-HorsesRohirric (Old English)
Person: Grey WandererSindarin
Person: Radiantly-Garlanded-MaidenSindarin via Quenya
Person: Star-DomeSindarin
MeaningNameLanguage Origin
Person: Chief-of-People/NationRohirric (Old English)
Person: Tall-SilverSindarin
Person: Treebeard (Lit. Beard-of-Tree)Sindarin
Person: The Abhorred Quenya
Person: MaskRohirric (Old English)
Thing: Ring-wraithBlack Speech
Thing: Hammer-of-FoesSindarin
Thing: KingsfoilSindarin
Thing: Grey Brilliance Sindarin
Thing: That-Which-Looks-Far-AwayQuenya
Thing: Tree-of-GoldSindarin via Quenya
Thing: Flame of the WestQuenya
Thing: Journey-breadSindarin via Quenya
Thing: Ever-mindRohirric (Old English)
Thing: Red-and-White-FlameQuenya

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Tags:Lord of the Rings, Middle Earth, tolkien