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's name is [[Sindarin]], and although the etymology is uncertain, it probably means "Royal Jewel", coming from the prefix ''[[ar|ara-]]'' meaning "king", and ''[[mir]]'' (becoming lenited to ''vir'') meaning "jewel".
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As far as we know, Aravir's rule was uneventful, except for the usual skirmishes with orcs. Aravir died in 2319, after having been Chieftain for seventy-two years) and was followed by his son Aragorn I (after whom Aragorn Elessar was named).
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