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'''Adanedhel''' was another name for [[Túrin]], the son of [[Húrin]], though a Man, was raised from childhood in the halls of King [[Thingol]] of [[Doriath]]. When, later in his life, he went to dwell among the [[Elves]] of [[Nargothrond]], they recognised the nobility he had learned in [[Thingol]]'s kingdom, and gave him the name [[Adanedhel]], meaning 'Elf-man'. ([[Adan]] means man and [[edhel]] means elf)
 
'''Adanedhel''' was another name for [[Túrin]], the son of [[Húrin]], though a Man, was raised from childhood in the halls of King [[Thingol]] of [[Doriath]]. When, later in his life, he went to dwell among the [[Elves]] of [[Nargothrond]], they recognised the nobility he had learned in [[Thingol]]'s kingdom, and gave him the name [[Adanedhel]], meaning 'Elf-man'. ([[Adan]] means man and [[edhel]] means elf)
  
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Revision as of 21:09, 19 June 2006

Adanedhel was another name for Túrin, the son of Húrin, though a Man, was raised from childhood in the halls of King Thingol of Doriath. When, later in his life, he went to dwell among the Elves of Nargothrond, they recognised the nobility he had learned in Thingol's kingdom, and gave him the name Adanedhel, meaning 'Elf-man'. (Adan means man and edhel means elf)