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Aldalómë

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'''Aldalómë''' is one of the names of the [[Fangorn]] Forest, used by [[Treebeard]] in his song <i>[[In the willow-meads of Tasarinan I walked in the Spring]]</i> (LoTR II, Ch. 4). The other names mentioned by Treebeard are [[Ambaróna]] and [[Tauremorna]].
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'''Aldalómë''' is one of the names of the [[Fangorn]] Forest, used by [[Treebeard]] in his song <i>[[In the willow-meads of Tasarinan I walked in the Spring]]</i> (LoTR II/3., Ch. 4). The other names mentioned by Treebeard are [[Ambaróna]] and [[Tauremorna]].
  
 
J.R.R. Tolkien notes in his Unfinished Index that it means 'tree-twilight', and refers to Quenya words <i>[[alda]]</i> 'tree' and <i>[[lómë]]</i> 'dimness, twilight, night' (quoted in Scull - Hammond, [[The Lord of the Rings: A Reader's Companion|Reader's Companion]], p. 385).  
 
J.R.R. Tolkien notes in his Unfinished Index that it means 'tree-twilight', and refers to Quenya words <i>[[alda]]</i> 'tree' and <i>[[lómë]]</i> 'dimness, twilight, night' (quoted in Scull - Hammond, [[The Lord of the Rings: A Reader's Companion|Reader's Companion]], p. 385).  

Revision as of 00:07, 12 November 2007

Aldalómë is one of the names of the Fangorn Forest, used by Treebeard in his song In the willow-meads of Tasarinan I walked in the Spring (LoTR II/3., Ch. 4). The other names mentioned by Treebeard are Ambaróna and Tauremorna.

J.R.R. Tolkien notes in his Unfinished Index that it means 'tree-twilight', and refers to Quenya words alda 'tree' and lómë 'dimness, twilight, night' (quoted in Scull - Hammond, Reader's Companion, p. 385).