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Adamanta Chubb

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==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
Adamanta comes from from "adamant", a mythical unbreakable substance, now referring to "diamond" in Latin and Greek (''αδάμας'' meaning "unsubduable" in Greek). Jewel names were common among female Hobbits.
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Adamanta comes from from "[[wikipedia:adamant|adamant]]", a mythical unbreakable substance, now referring to "[[wikipedia:diamond|diamond]]" in Latin and Greek (''αδάμας'' meaning "unsubduable" in Greek). Jewel names were common among female Hobbits.
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==See Also==
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*[[Nenya]], also known as the Ring of Adamant
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
* [[The Lord of the Rings]], [[Appendix C]], Took genealogy, pg. 381
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Adamanta Chubb was the wife of Gerontius Took, and they had nine sons and three daughters: Isengrim III, Hildigard, Isumbras IV, Hildigrim, Isembold, Hildifons, Isembard, Hildibrand, Belladonna, Donnamira, Mirabella, Isengar.

Etymology

Adamanta comes from from "adamant", a mythical unbreakable substance, now referring to "diamond" in Latin and Greek (αδάμας meaning "unsubduable" in Greek). Jewel names were common among female Hobbits.

See Also

  • Nenya, also known as the Ring of Adamant

References