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'''Aerin''' was a woman closely related to [[Húrin|Húrin Thalion]].
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'''Aerin''', the daughter of [[Indor]],<ref>{{CH|12}}, p. 189</ref> was a woman closely related to [[Húrin|Húrin Thalion]].
  
After the [[Nirnaeth Arnoediad]] [[Brodda]] the [[Easterlings|Easterling]] became the lord of [[Hithlum]], and took her as his wife against her will.  
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After the [[Nirnaeth Arnoediad]], [[Brodda]] the [[Easterlings|Easterling]] became the lord of [[Hithlum]], and took her as his wife against her will, hoping thus to produce an heir.  Aerin secretly helped [[Húrin]]'s wife [[Morwen]].<ref>{{CH|4}}, p. 69</ref>
  
She secretly helped [[Húrin]]'s wife [[Morwen]]. When [[Túrin]], son of Húrin, returned to [[Dor-lómin]], he learned from Aerin that his mother had left Hithlum, and in his rage he killed Brodda, thereby also sealing Aerin's fate, who burnt herself alive in her halls, and the remainder of the [[House of Hador]] now was persecuted even more cruelly.  
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When [[Túrin]], son of Húrin, returned to [[Dor-lómin]], he learned from Aerin that his mother had left Hithlum.  In rage he killed Brodda, thereby also sealing Aerin's fate, who burnt herself alive in her [[Brodda's hall|hall]], and the remainder of the [[House of Hador]] now was persecuted even more cruelly.<ref>{{S|Turin}}</ref><ref>{{CH|12}}</ref>
  
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
 
The name incorporates [[aer]] "ocean". The ending perhaps is the same in the names of Húrin and Túrin; in that case the name would mean "She who desires the Sea".
 
The name incorporates [[aer]] "ocean". The ending perhaps is the same in the names of Húrin and Túrin; in that case the name would mean "She who desires the Sea".
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Revision as of 12:14, 4 November 2012

Aerin
Adan
Biographical Information
LocationDor-lómin
Family
HouseHouse of Hador
ParentageIndor
SpouseBrodda
Physical Description
GenderFemale

Aerin, the daughter of Indor,[1] was a woman closely related to Húrin Thalion.

After the Nirnaeth Arnoediad, Brodda the Easterling became the lord of Hithlum, and took her as his wife against her will, hoping thus to produce an heir. Aerin secretly helped Húrin's wife Morwen.[2]

When Túrin, son of Húrin, returned to Dor-lómin, he learned from Aerin that his mother had left Hithlum. In rage he killed Brodda, thereby also sealing Aerin's fate, who burnt herself alive in her hall, and the remainder of the House of Hador now was persecuted even more cruelly.[3][4]

Etymology

The name incorporates aer "ocean". The ending perhaps is the same in the names of Húrin and Túrin; in that case the name would mean "She who desires the Sea".

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Children of Húrin, "The Return of Túrin to Dor-lómin", p. 189
  2. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Children of Húrin, "The Departure of Túrin", p. 69
  3. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Silmarillion, "Quenta Silmarillion: Of Túrin Turambar"
  4. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Children of Húrin, "The Return of Túrin to Dor-lómin"