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Aulë created his own race of beings, the [[Dwarves]], because he was unwilling to wait for the [[Children of Ilúvatar]] to appear. [[Ilúvatar]] knew of this and even as Aulë was instructing them He chastened Aulë. Aulë humbly repented, offering his children to the will of Ilúvatar, whom He accepted as His adopted children. Since [[Ilúvatar]] had decided that the [[Elves]] were to be the first-born race, He made the Dwarves to sleep until the Elves [[Awakening of the Elves|woke]] on [[Arda]].  
 
Aulë created his own race of beings, the [[Dwarves]], because he was unwilling to wait for the [[Children of Ilúvatar]] to appear. [[Ilúvatar]] knew of this and even as Aulë was instructing them He chastened Aulë. Aulë humbly repented, offering his children to the will of Ilúvatar, whom He accepted as His adopted children. Since [[Ilúvatar]] had decided that the [[Elves]] were to be the first-born race, He made the Dwarves to sleep until the Elves [[Awakening of the Elves|woke]] on [[Arda]].  
  
When the [[Elves]] came to [[Valinor]], the [[Noldor|Ñoldor]] became the students of Aulë and his friends.<ref name=vala/> [[Fëanor]] was his greatest pupil, and from him learned the craft to make the [[Silmarils]].
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When the [[Elves]] came to [[Valinor]], the [[Noldor|Ñoldor]] became the students of Aulë and was their friends.<ref name=vala/> [[Fëanor]] was his greatest pupil, and from him learned the craft to make the [[Silmarils]].
  
 
==Names and etymology==
 
==Names and etymology==

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