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}}'''Beregar''' was a nobleman of [[Númenor]], descended from the [[House of Bëor]]. He lived in the region of Númenor known as the [[Westlands]]. Beregar married [[Núneth]] and they had a daughter named [[Erendis]], who became Queen to [[Tar-Aldarion]]. Aldarion and Erendis had a daughter of their own, and so Beregar became the grandfather of the first [[Ruling Queen of Númenor]], [[Tar-Ancalimë]].
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}}'''Beregar''' was a nobleman of [[Númenor]], descended from the [[House of Bëor]]. He lived in the region of Númenor known as the [[Westlands]]. Beregar married [[Núneth]] and they had a daughter named [[Erendis]], who became Queen to [[Tar-Aldarion]]. Aldarion and Erendis had a daughter of their own, and so Beregar became the grandfather of the first [[Ruling Queen of Númenor]], [[Tar-Ancalimë]].<ref>{{UT|Wife}}</ref>
  
 
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Beregar's name is [[Sindarin]], and probably means "Fierce lord" from ''bereg'' "fierce" and ''[[aran|ar]]'', 'noble'.
 
Beregar's name is [[Sindarin]], and probably means "Fierce lord" from ''bereg'' "fierce" and ''[[aran|ar]]'', 'noble'.
 
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Beregar
Númenórean
Biographical Information
BirthBefore S.A. 771
Family
SpouseNúneth
ChildrenErendis
Physical Description
GenderMale
Beregar was a nobleman of Númenor, descended from the House of Bëor. He lived in the region of Númenor known as the Westlands. Beregar married Núneth and they had a daughter named Erendis, who became Queen to Tar-Aldarion. Aldarion and Erendis had a daughter of their own, and so Beregar became the grandfather of the first Ruling Queen of Númenor, Tar-Ancalimë.[1]

Etymology

Beregar's name is Sindarin, and probably means "Fierce lord" from bereg "fierce" and ar, 'noble'.

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), Unfinished Tales, "Aldarion and Erendis: The Mariner's Wife"