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'''Baravorn''' is the translation into [[Sindarin]] of [[Hamfast Gardner]]'s first name. [[Aragorn II|Elessar]] adressed [[Samwise Gamgee]] as such in the ''[[King's Letter]]''.<ref>[[J.R.R. Tolkien]], [[Christopher Tolkien]] (ed.), ''[[Sauron Defeated]]'', "[[The Epilogue]]"</ref>
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'''Baravorn''' is the translation into [[Sindarin]] of the [[Hobbitish]] name ''[[Ranugad]]''. [[Aragorn|Elessar]] adressed [[Gaffer Gamgee|Samwise Gamgee]] as such in the ''[[King's Letter]]''.<ref>[[J.R.R. Tolkien]], [[Christopher Tolkien]] (ed.), ''[[Sauron Defeated]]'', "[[The Epilogue]]"</ref>
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
The first element is ''[[bar]]'', "home". The second element, ''[[avorn]]'', is unclear. Though it is usually taken to be related to ''[[boron|bor(o)n]]'', " steadfast",<ref>[[Carl F. Hostetter]], "The ''King's Letter'', An Historical and Comparative Analysis", in [[Vinyar Tengwar 31]] (September [[1993]]), pages 12-34.</ref>, it could also be related to the root ''[[ABAR]]'', indicating a reluctance to leave.
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The first element is ''[[bar]]'', "home". The second element, ''[[avorn]]'', is unclear. Though it is usually taken to be related to ''[[boron|bor(o)n]]'', " steadfast",<ref>[[Carl F. Hostetter]], "The ''King's Letter'', An Historical and Comparative Analysis", in [[Vinyar Tengwar 31]] (September [[1993]]), pages 12-34.</ref>, it could also be related to the root ''[[ABA]]'', indicating a reluctance to leave.
  
 
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This article is non-canon.

Baravorn is the translation into Sindarin of the Hobbitish name Ranugad. Elessar adressed Samwise Gamgee as such in the King's Letter.[1]

[edit] Etymology

The first element is bar, "home". The second element, avorn, is unclear. Though it is usually taken to be related to bor(o)n, " steadfast",[2], it could also be related to the root ABA, indicating a reluctance to leave.

[edit] References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), Sauron Defeated, "The Epilogue"
  2. Carl F. Hostetter, "The King's Letter, An Historical and Comparative Analysis", in Vinyar Tengwar 31 (September 1993), pages 12-34.