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Baravorn

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<b>Baravorn</b> is the translation into [[Sindarin]] of the name [[Hamfast Gamgee|Hamfast]]. The name appears in the [[King's Letter]] (see: [[Sauron Defeated]], p. 121, 126, 129), sent by the King [[Elessar]] to master [[Samwise Gamgee]] in [[Shire Reckoning|S.R.]] 1436.
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<b>Baravorn</b> is the translation into [[Sindarin]] of the name [[Hamfast]]. The name appears in the [[King's Letter]] (see: [[Sauron Defeated]], p. 121, 126, 129), sent by the King [[Elessar]] to master [[Samwise Gamgee]] in [[Shire Reckoning|S.R.]] 1436. In the letter is mentioned [[Hamfast Gardner]], the son of master Samwise.
  
 
The elements of the name are [[bar]] 'home' and [[avorn]] 'staying, fast'.
 
The elements of the name are [[bar]] 'home' and [[avorn]] 'staying, fast'.

Revision as of 14:52, 8 December 2007

Baravorn is the translation into Sindarin of the name Hamfast. The name appears in the King's Letter (see: Sauron Defeated, p. 121, 126, 129), sent by the King Elessar to master Samwise Gamgee in S.R. 1436. In the letter is mentioned Hamfast Gardner, the son of master Samwise.

The elements of the name are bar 'home' and avorn 'staying, fast'.