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'''Baraz''' was a [[Khuzdul]] word for "red".  
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'''''baraz''''' was a [[Khuzdul]] word for "red".  
  
 
Independently, it served as a short name for [[Caradhras|Barazinbar]], one of the three [[Mountains of Moria]], more commonly known as ''Caradhras'' or ''Redhorn''.<ref>{{FR|II3}}</ref>
 
Independently, it served as a short name for [[Caradhras|Barazinbar]], one of the three [[Mountains of Moria]], more commonly known as ''Caradhras'' or ''Redhorn''.<ref>{{FR|II3}}</ref>
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The word derives from the [[Sundocarmë|Root]] B-R-Z<ref>{{HM|TI}}, p. 174</ref>
 
The word derives from the [[Sundocarmë|Root]] B-R-Z<ref>{{HM|TI}}, p. 174</ref>
 
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Latest revision as of 17:07, 9 November 2012

baraz was a Khuzdul word for "red".

Independently, it served as a short name for Barazinbar, one of the three Mountains of Moria, more commonly known as Caradhras or Redhorn.[1]

[edit] Etymology

The word derives from the Root B-R-Z[2]

[edit] References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, The Fellowship of the Ring, "The Ring Goes South"
  2. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Treason of Isengard, p. 174