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Burin

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'''Burin''' first started out as the son of [[Balin]] and attended the council of [[Elrond]] with [[Glóin]], as well as accompanying the [[Fellowship]] on their quest.  When that idea was abandoned and [[Gimli]] was created in his stead, the name was used for the father of Balin, but that was scrapped in favour of [[Fundin]].   
 
'''Burin''' first started out as the son of [[Balin]] and attended the council of [[Elrond]] with [[Glóin]], as well as accompanying the [[Fellowship]] on their quest.  When that idea was abandoned and [[Gimli]] was created in his stead, the name was used for the father of Balin, but that was scrapped in favour of [[Fundin]].   
 
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==Etymology==
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In [[Old Norse]], ''burinn'' is an alternative spelling of ''[[Borin|borinn]]'' (q.v.)
 
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Revision as of 13:12, 22 March 2009

"there are Tolkien's latest thoughts, his best thoughts, and his published thoughts and these are not necessarily the same." — Tolkien's Legendarium
This article is non-canon.

Burin was a Dwarf that Tolkien abandoned while in the process of creating The Lord of the Rings.

Burin first started out as the son of Balin and attended the council of Elrond with Glóin, as well as accompanying the Fellowship on their quest. When that idea was abandoned and Gimli was created in his stead, the name was used for the father of Balin, but that was scrapped in favour of Fundin.

Etymology

In Old Norse, burinn is an alternative spelling of borinn (q.v.)