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       The Book of Lost Tales, Part Two, p.51

           J. R. R. Tolkien
 

  Mablung ‘The Heavy-hand(ed)’, chief of the thanes of Tinwelint. 38–41, 49–50, 56, 59, 121, 128–30, 134, 231, 233, 243

  Maeglin Later form for Meglin. 210–12, 248

  Magbar Elvish name of Rome. 315, 330. See Rûm.

  Magic Isles 5, 7, 254, 260, 311, 316, 320, 324–5, 332, 334; Magic Archipelago 316

  Magic Sun 264, 281–2, 285–6, 289, 303; see especially 285–6

  Maglor Son of Fëanor. 241, 250

  Maia 246

  Maidros Son of Fëanor. 241–2, 250

  Malkarauki Name of the Balrogs in Eldarissa. 169

  Mandos (both the Vala and his abode) 39–40, 53, 56, 60, 87, 92, 111, 113, 115, 125, 240, 250, 253–6, 260, 263–4, 278, 286. See Vefántur.

  Man of the Sea The ‘ancient mariner’ (Ulmo) dwelling in the Harbourless Isles. 316–20, 322, 325, 331–4; other references to him 5, 7, 301, 311–12, 332

  Manwë, Manwë Súlimo 77, 115, 141, 163, 165, 193, 199, 223, 257–8, 265, 280, 282, 287; Súlimo 200; Lord of Gods and Elves 163; Manweg = Wóden, Óðinn 290

  March of the Elves, March of Liberation See Elf-march, Faring Forth.

  Mar Vanwa Tyaliéva The Cottage of Lost Play. 4, 41, 144–5, 149, 201, 209, 279, 286; Vanwa Tyaliéva 145

  Mathusdor Name replacing Aryador in manuscript A of The Fall of Gondolin. 202

  Mavoinë Name of Mavwin in Eldarissa. 70

  Mavwin Wife of Úrin, mother of Túrin and Nienóri; afterwards Morwen. 70–6, 78, 87–9, 91–9, 109, 112–17, 120–1, 126–9, 136–7, 139, 141–2, 144. (Replaced Tirannë.)

  Mediterranean 261, 294. See Wendelsæ.

  Meglin Son of Eöl and Isfin, betrayer of Gondolin; afterwards Maeglin. 164–5, 167–73, 175, 177–8, 189–90, 206, 210, 213, 220; lord of the house of the Mole 175

  Meleth Eärendel’s nurse. 174

  Melian Queen of Doriath. 42–4, 46, 48, 51, 66, 244, 249; the Girdle of Melian 63, 249. For earlier names of Melian see 244 and Gwedheling and following entries; see also Artanor.

  Melinir Name given to Vëannë by Eriol. 5–6

  Melinon Name given to Eriol by Vëannë. 5–6, 41

  Melko Selected references: his curse on Urin and his kin 71–2, 83, 86, 102; in relation to the origin of Orcs 14, 159, 219; hawks and snakes as creatures of Melko 166, 210; no power of flight 193; in relation to Men 165, 218, 282; Mines of Melko 65, 78, 174; Spell of Bottomless Dread 65, 77, 159, 169, 206; the Iron Crown 13, 33, 53, 56, 58, 239, 246; his throne 32, 169; myth of his defeat 281–2; attack on the Sun 281, 286. Called Ainu Melko, the Evil Prince, the Prince of Evil Heart, Vala of Iron, Lord of Iron, the Evil One, the Foe.

  Melkor 216, 219

  Men Selected references: confinement of Men in Hisilómë 10, 70–1, 74, 120, 161, 215, 218; Tuor the first Man to reach the Sea 151, 204; Ulmo’s choice of a Man 165, 218; tongues of Men 70; tales told by 70; fate of 59–60; stature of, see Elves; knowledge of Ilúvatar 163, 209; union of Men and Elves 101, 130, 164, 199, 215, 219, 265; in relation to Melko 165, 218, 282; in Tol Eressëa 283–4

  Menegroth The Thousand Caves in Doriath. 63, 129, 245. See Thousand Caves.

  Men of the North (1) Tuor’s people. 160. (2) Forodwaith, Vikings. 313, 318. See Forodwaith, Gwasgonin.

  Men of the Sea Forodwaith, Vikings. 304, 312

  Men of the South Romans. 315, 330. See Romans, Rúmhoth.

  Meoita See Tevildo.

  Meres of Twilight See Aelin-uial.

  Meril-i-Turinqi The Lady of Tol Eressëa; also Meril, Turinqi. 144–5, 197, 258, 280, 283–4, 290, 294; Lady of the Isle 144, 283–4

  Mermaids 259–60, 263; seamaids 260. See Fiord of the Mermaid, Oarni.

  Miaugion See Tiberth, Tifil.

  Miaulë Tevildo’s cook. 28, 54

  Micelgeard, Mickleyard (Old English, ‘the great town’) Rome, ‘the Heartless Town’. 330. See Rûm.

  Middle-earth 64, 266, 327, 333

  Mikligarðr (Old Norse) Constantinople. 330

  Mîm the Dwarf Called ‘the fatherless’. 103, 113–14, 118, 122, 134, 137, 222–3, 230, 246; curse of, spell of, Mîm 223, 228, 231, 233, 235, 238–41, 246, 264

  Minas Morgul 216

  Minas Tirith Fortress on Tol Sirion 55, 123

  Mindon Gwar Gnomish name of Kortirion. 291–2, 313–14, 321, 324. See Gwar.

  Mithrim Lake and (149, 153) the river flowing from it. 149, 151–3, 202, 204; Grey-elves of Mithrim 205. (Replaced Asgon.)

  Mole, The Name of one of the kindreds of the Gondothlim (House of the Mole, Mole-kin, Mole-folk, warriors of the Mole). 175, 177–8, 220; sign of the Mole 165, 171, 220; Meglin’s folk bore no emblem 172. See Meglin.

  Moon, The Selected references: the Moon mariner or shipman chases Eärendel 255, 259, 262, 264, 269, 271; ship of 268–9; haven of 269; gateway of 272–3; recall of 285–6; imprisonment of 286; Melko seeks to hurt the Moon 281; beyond the Moon 162, behind the Moon 274–5, East of the Moon 271–2; an emblem of the King’s House in Gondolin 172

  Morgoth 44, 58, 62, 67–8, 120, 124, 134, 138, 143, 204, 206, 210–11, 213, 328; see especially 67, and see Belcha, Melko(r).

  Moria 329

  Moriquendi ‘Elves of the Darkness’. 64

  Mormagli ‘Black Sword’, Túrin (Gnomish). 84, 125. See Mormakil, Mormegil.

  Mormakil ‘Black Sword’, Túrin, said (84) to be one of the forms of the name among the Gnomes, though makil is an ‘Eldar’ form (I. 259). 84, 86, 94, 112, 116, 118, 125, 128. See Mormagli, Mormegil.

  Mormegil ‘Black Sword’, Túrin (later form of the name). 125, 128

  Morning Star 266

  Móru The ‘Primeval Night’ personified in the Great Spider. 286

  Morwen 120–1, 126–8, 135, 139. (Replaced Mavwin.)

  Mound of Avarice See Cûm an-Idrisaith.

  Mountain of the World See Taniquetil.

  Mountains of Darkness = Mountains of Iron. 162

  Mountains of Iron See Iron Mountains.

  Mountains of Night The mountains on which grew Taurfuin, the Forest of Night. 20, 46, 62

  Mountains of Shadow 61–2, 122, 205, 217. See Ered Wethrin.

  Mountains of Terror See Ered Gorgoroth.

  Mountains of the East 6, 295, 300, 311

  Mountains of Valinor 161, 171, 285, 320, 325

  Music of the Ainur (not including references to the Tale) 146, 163, 209. See Ainulindalë.

  Naimi Ælfwine’s wife, Elf of Tol Eressëa. 290–1, 323, 330. See Éadgifu (1).

  Nan A Giant. 19, 46, 67–8

  Nandorin 122

  Nan Dumgorthin ‘The Land of the Dark Idols’. 35, 62, 68; Nan Dungorthin 62

  Nan Dungortheb ‘The Valley of Dreadful Death’. 62–3

  Nan Elmoth 248

  Nan-tathren 140, 214. See Land of Willows, Tasarinan.

  Nargothrond 53–4, 56, 61, 123–6, 128–9, 131, 135, 137, 140–1, 205, 208, 245–6, 251; see especially 123–4

  Narn i Hîn Húrin 119–22, 124, 126–35, 142

  Narog 123, 132, 135, 141, 244. See Aros.

  Narthseg The Elf who betrayed Artanor to the Dwarves. 231, 243

  Naugladur Lord of the Dwarves of Nogrod. 225, 230–8, 243, 246–7 (called king 225).

  Nauglafring The Necklace of the Dwarves (references include both names). 41, 59, 72, 136–7, 144, 221, 227–8, 231–2, 234–5, 237–41, 243, 245–7, 252–6, 259, 264; see especially 228

  Nauglath The Dwarves of Nogrod. 68, 136–7, 223–6, 229, 233–4, 243, 247, 328; see especially 247

  Nautar Apparently = Nauglath. 136, 247, 283, 285, 328

  Nazgûl 327

  Necklace of the Dwarves See Nauglafring.

  Necromancer, The 53–5

  Nellas Elf of Doriath who bore witness at the trial of Túrin. 121

  Nen Girith ‘Shuddering Water’, name given to the falls of Celebros in the Forest of Brethil. 130, 133–4, 140

  Nen Lalaith Stream rising under Amon Darthir in Ered Wethrin. 126

  Neorth ‘Lord of Waters’, Ulmo. 331–2. (Cf. the Scandinavian god Njö
rð, especially associated with ships and the sea.)

  Nessa 10, 218, 240

  Nevrast 204, 208, 217

  Nielluin Sirius. 282. See Bee of Azure.

  Nielthi Handmaid of Gwendelin Queen of Artanor. 231–2

  Nienor Later form for Nienóri (see 118–19). 118–20, 128–30, 134–5

  Nienóri Daughter of Úrin and Mavwin. 71, 73–4, 87, 89, 91–9, 103, 109–11, 113, 115–21, 127–31, 134, 137–9, 142, 144. (Replaced Vainóni.) See Níniel.

  Nieriltasinwa The Battle of Unnumbered Tears. 84. See Nínin-Udathriol.

  Nineveh See Ninwë.

  Níniel ‘Child of Tears’, Turambar’s name for Nienóri. 100–8, 110–12, 117, 129–35, 141–2

  Nínin-Udathriol The Battle of Unnumbered Tears. 84. See Nieriltasinwa.

  Ninwë, Ninwi Nineveh. 196, 203; Nineveh 203

  Nirnaeth Arnoediad The Battle of Unnumbered Tears. 208, 211

  Nivrim Doriath beyond Sirion. 249

  Nogrod City of the Nauglath. 224–6, 229–30, 232, 235–6, 238, 245, 247–9

  Noldoli See Gnomes; Noldor.

  Noldor 120, 123, 204, 206, 246; adjective Noldorin 204. (Replaced Noldoli.) See Gate of the Noldor.

  Noldorin Name of Salmar. 154, 201, 219, 278–80

  Noldorissa Language of the Noldoli. 149, 216, 280

  Nólemë See Finwë Nólemë.

  Noon, Fruit of 271

  Normans 301, 312, 323, 328

  Nornorë Herald of the Gods. 60

  Norse, Old Norse 125, 323, 330

  Northern Venture, A (Anthology containing poems by J. R. R. Tolkien) 273

  North Sea 290–1, 303, 307, 309

  North Wind 261

  Norway 323

  Nos Galdon People of Galdor of Gondolin living in Tol Eressëa. 215. (Replaced by Nos nan Alwen.)

  Nos nan Alwen 215. (Replaced Nos Galdon.)

  Nost-na-Lothion The spring festival of ‘The Birth of Flowers’ in Gondolin. 172, 202; rejected form Nost-na-Lossion 202

  Númenóreans 325; Black Númenórean 67

  Oarni Spirits of the Sea (identified with ‘mermaids’ 259, identity denied 263). 253–4, 259–60, 263, 276. See Mermaids.

  Oikeroi A cat, thane of Tevildo, slain by Huan. 27–8, 30–2, 55–8

  Oinen See Uinen.

  Old English (including citations, words, titles of poems) 197, 200, 266–7, 271, 276, 290–2, 294–5, 298, 301, 304–5, 309, 323, 325, 328–31. Old English spoken by the Elves of Tol Eressëa 301–2, 304, 309

  Old Forest 328

  Olórë Mallë ‘The Path of Dreams’. 48, 70, 119, 258. See Way of Dreams.

  Olwë Lord of the Solosimpi in Thingol’s place. 50. See Ellu (2).

  Ómar Youngest of the great Valar, called also Amillo. 279

  Ónen Earlier name of Uinen. 51

  Orcobal Champion of the Orcs, slain by Ecthelion in Gondolin. 181

  Orcs Selected references: origin of 14, 159, 219; children of Melko 193; described 99, 159–60; sight and hearing of 78–9, 165–6; wolfriders 44, 67, 84, 190, 195; Orcs’ blood in Meglin 165; sons of the Orcs 165; mercenaries of the Dwarves 230, 247. Singular Ork 202, plural Orqui 136, 202, 219. See Goblins.

  Orfalch Echor The great rift in the Encircling Mountains by which Gondolin was approached. 207, 211

  Orgof Elf of Artanor, slain by Túrin. 74–6, 122, 142

  Orion 281–2, 302. See Telimektar.

  Orlin Man of Hisilómë, slain in Brodda’s hall by Turambar. 90

  Orm Sea-captain of the Forodwaith, slayer of Déor Ælfwine’s father. 318–19, 323, 331

  Orodreth Lord of the Rodothlim. 82–4, 98, 117, 123–4

  Oromë 8, 42, 240, 279

  Orqui Earlier plural of Orc (Ork). See Orcs.

  Ossë 150, 197, 254, 256, 263, 283, 285, 293, 304, 306–9, 323–4, 331

  Ossiriand 249

  Ost Belegost See Belegost.

  Óswine Prince of Gwar (Kortirion). 313, 323

  Óðinn 290. See Wóden.

  Othrod A lord of the Orcs, slain by Tuor in Gondolin. 181

  Ottor Wfre Eriol. 290, 292; Wfre 291

  Outer Dark 273, 276

  Outer Land(s) (1) The Great Lands (Middle-earth). 254, 265. See Lands Without. (2) The lands West of the Great Sea. 316–17, 324–5, 334

  Outer Oceans, Outer Sea(s) 154, 160, 276. See Vai.

  Oxford 146, 269, 292–3, 295, 300, 323; (Old English) Oxenaford 292; poem The City of Present Sorrow 295–8. See Taruithorn, Taruktarna.

  Oxford English Dictionary 69, 147

  Palisor Region of the Great Lands where the Elves awoke. 8–9, 21, 42, 47, 49, 64–5, 115, 136, 141, 206, 307

  Palúrien Yavanna. 281, 328. See Belaurin.

  Parma Kuluinen 310. See Golden Book.

  Path of Dreams 119. See Olórë Mallë, Way of Dreams.

  Peleg Father of Tuor. 88, 160, 181, 204

  Penlod Called ‘the Tall’ lord of the peoples of the Pillar and of the Tower of Snow in Gondolin. 173, 175, 179

  Pereldar ‘Half-elven’. 266. See Half-elven.

  Pictures by J. R. R. Tolkien 123, 214

  Pillar, The Name of one of the kindreds of the Gondothlim. 173, 179. See Penlod.

  Pine of Belaurin, Pine of Tavrobel 281–2, 310, 328

  Place of the Fountain In Gondolin. 207

  Place of the Gods In Gondolin. 164, 186–7, 199–200, 218. See Gar Ainion, Place of the Wedding.

  Place of the King In Gondolin. See Square of the Palace.

  Place of the Well In Gondolin. See Square of the Folkwell.

  Place of Wedding The same as the Place of the Gods (see 164). 186, 200

  Pools of Twilight Region on the lower course of Sirion, afterwards Aelin-uial, the Meres of Twilight. 195, 217, 220, 225, 248, 279–80. See Silent Pools, Umboth-muilin.

  Pygmies 254

  Qenya With reference to the entries in the early ‘dictionary’ of Qenya. 216, 264, 285, 292, 310

  Quendi 219

  Quenya 50, 140

  Rainbow, The 179. See Heavenly Arch.

  Ramandur Earlier name of Sorontur. 203

  Rider Haggard, Henry 329

  Rimion Father of Egnor; Egnor bo-Rimion 22, 51

  Rim of Earth (Also World’s Rim, Rim of Things, Lip of the World, (bar at the) Margin of the World) 151, 255, 260–2, 268–9, 274, 314, 316, 322, 325

  Ring of Doom Earlier reading for Necklace of the Dwarves. 136

  Road of Arches In Gondolin. 182

  Road of Pomps In Gondolin. 186

  Rodothlim Noldoli of the Caves with whom Túrin sojourned (precursors of the Noldor of Nargothrond). 81–4, 91–2, 94–8, 107, 112–13, 117–19, 123–4, 128, 135–6, 140–2, 222–3, 226, 228, 236, 246, 248. (Replaced Rothwarin.)

  Rog (1) Orcs’ name for Egnor father of Beren (Rog the Fleet) 45. (2) Lord of the people of the Hammer of Wrath in Gondolin. 174–6, 178–80, 203, 211

  Rohan 329

  Romans 294, 304, 309, 330. See Rúmhoth, Men of the South.

  Rome See Rûm.

  Room of Logs In Mar Vanwa Tyaliéva. 197, 221; Room of the Tale-fire 298. See Tale-fire.

  Rôs (1) Promontory of the Great Lands; Battle of Rôs. 283–6, 293, 302. (2) Capital of Tol Eressëa. 302. (3) Name of Tol Eressëa? 302. (4) See the Appendix on Names, p. 347.

  Rothwarin Earlier name for the Rodothlim. 117, 119, 135–6

  Rûm Rome. 196, 203, 315, 330; Rome 203. (The form of the name with u is found in Old English; see 315.) See Magbar, Micelgeard.

  Rúmhoth Romans. 294, 304, 306, 309. See Romans, Men of the South.

  Rúmil 149, 209; Alphabet of Rúmil 69; book of Rúmil 217

  Rúsitaurion ‘Son of the weary forest’ (Eldarissa), name given to himself by Turambar. 89. See Dhrauthodavros.

  Saeros 121–2, 142

  Saksani Saxons. 306

  Salgant Lord of the people of the Harp in Gondolin. 173, 175, 177, 182, 190–1

  Salmar Companion of Ulmo, called also Noldorin. 219, 279

  Sandyman, Ted 333<
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  Sarnathrod ‘Stony Ford’. 236. Later form Sarn Athrad 249. See Stony Ford.

  Sarqindi ‘Cannibal-ogres’. 254

  Sauron 53–5, 57; Wolf-Sauron 55; Mouth of Sauron 67

  Saxons 306. See Saksani.

  Scarlet Heart, The Emblem of the King’s House in Gondolin. 172, 200

  Sea-wing See Eärrámë.

  Shadow-folk of Hisilómë 64, 215, 249

  Shadowy Seas Region of the Great Sea west of Tol Eressëa. 256, 275, 286, 324–5; the great (sea-) shadows 260, 272; the Shadows 316

  Shining Isles Dwelling of the Gods and the Eldar of Valinor as imagined by the Ilkorins. 142

  Shipmen, Ship-folk, of the West The Ythlings. 319, 322, 325, 331, 334. See Eneathrim, Ythlings.

  Shippey, T. A. The Road to Middle-earth, 57

  Shoreland Pipers 42; pipers of the shore 8; shoreland Elves 304. See Solosimpi.

  Shores of Faëry See Faëry.

  Sigurd Fafnisbane 125

  Silent Pools, Battle of the 278–9. See Pools of Twilight, Umbothmuilin.

  Silmarillion, The 50, 52–9, 61–6, 68, 119–21, 123–31, 134–5, 137, 139–42, 145, 204, 206–14, 216–17, 245, 247–9, 251, 257–9, 261–2, 264–5, 292, 300, 305, 324, 328

  Silmaril(s) 13, 30, 33–4, 36–40, 53, 56–8, 95, 136–7, 223–4, 227–8, 238–41, 245–6, 259, 265; Lamp of Faëry, Lamp of Fëanor 238

  Silpion The silver tree of Valinor. 33, 215, 285

  Silver Bowl, Fall of the 101, 105–6, 110–11, 115, 130, 132–5, 140

  Sindarin 50

  Singoldo Replaced Tinwë Linto. 41, 51. Later form Singollo 50

  Sirion 41, 47, 53, 62, 77, 81, 91, 123, 137, 141, 153–7, 161–2, 165, 195–6, 198, 201, 207–9, 211, 214, 217, 242, 249, 252; Doriath beyond Sirion 249. References to the Mouth(s) of Sirion and the dwellings there (Sirion often = ‘the dwellings at the Mouth of Sirion’) 196, 205–6, 209, 214–15, 217, 252–6, 258–63, 265, 276, 279; Isle(s) of Sirion 254, 262

  Sirius 282. See Bee of Azure, Nielluin.

  Sleeper in the Tower of Pearl 254, 256, 263, 274, 276. See Tower of Pearl.

  Solosimpi 8, 42, 50, 253, 255, 258, 278, 281, 303; Solosimpë 261. See Shoreland Pipers.

  Song of Eriol, The (poem) 298–300

  Sons of Fëanor 44, 65, 220, 241–2, 245, 248, 250–1, 259

  Sornontur The house of Tuor at the Mouth of Sirion. 201

  Sorontur King of Eagles. 192, 203. (Replaced Ramandur.) See Thorndor.

 

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