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Aranrúth

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'''Aranrúth''' was the sword of the [[Elves|Elven]] King [[Thingol]] of [[Doriath]] in the [[First Age]]. After his death the sword was passed on to his descendants. [[Elros]], the first [[King of Númenor]] received it from [[Elwing]] , his mother, and from there on it became an heirloom of the Kings of Númenor. It was lost in the [[Akallabêth]], the destruction of the Númenor.
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'''Aranrúth''' was the sword of the [[Elves|Elven]] King [[Thingol]] of [[Doriath]] in the [[First Age]]. After his death the sword was passed on to his descendants. [[Elros]], the first [[King of Númenor]] received it from [[Elwing]] , his mother, and from there on it became an heirloom of the Kings of Númenor. It was lost in the [[Downfall of Númenor]].
  
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==

Revision as of 09:00, 28 June 2011

Aranrúth was the sword of the Elven King Thingol of Doriath in the First Age. After his death the sword was passed on to his descendants. Elros, the first King of Númenor received it from Elwing , his mother, and from there on it became an heirloom of the Kings of Númenor. It was lost in the Downfall of Númenor.

Etymology

Aranrúth means "King's Ire" in Sindarin (from aran = "king" and rûth = "anger").

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Weapons of Middle-earth
Aeglos · Andúril · Anglachel · Anguirel · Angrist · Aranrúth · Belthronding · Black Arrow · Bow of Bregor · Daggers of Westernesse · Dagmor · Dailir · Dramborleg · Durin's Axe · Glamdring · Grond · Gúthwinë · Gurthang · Herugrim · Morgul blades · Narsil · Orcrist · Red Arrow · Ringil · Sting