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Bane (disambiguation)

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* [[Dagnir]], a man of [[Dorthonion]], whose name translates as "bane".
 
* [[Dagnir]], a man of [[Dorthonion]], whose name translates as "bane".
 
* '''[[Durin's Bane]], the Balrog of [[Khazad-dûm|Moria]].'''
 
* '''[[Durin's Bane]], the Balrog of [[Khazad-dûm|Moria]].'''
* [[Glaurung]]'s Bane, [[Túrin Turambar]].
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* [[Glaurung]]'s Bane, [[Túrin|Túrin Turambar]].
 
* '''[[Isildur]]'s Bane, the [[One Ring]].'''
 
* '''[[Isildur]]'s Bane, the [[One Ring]].'''
 
* Mansbane, a name given to [[Felaróf]] by [[Eorl]].
 
* Mansbane, a name given to [[Felaróf]] by [[Eorl]].

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Bane is an archaic word referring to something that causes harm or ruin to a person or people. Tolkien used this term often in his Middle-earth. Below are some of the titles including the word bane:

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