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Cûl Bîn

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==Etymology==
 
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The name ''Cûl Bîn'' is glossed as "Little Load",<ref name=N/> consisting of ''[[cûl]]'' ("load") and ''[[pîn|bîn]]'' ("small", from ''[[pîn]]'').<ref>{{webcite|author=|articleurl=http://thainsbook.net/mountains.html|articlename=Mountains of Middle-earth: Dol Tarlang, Cûl Veleg & Cûl Bîn|dated=|website=[http://thainsbook.net/ The Thain's Book]|accessed=19 February 2013}}</ref>
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The name ''Cûl Bîn'' is glossed as "Little Load",<ref name=N/> consisting of ''[[cûl]]'' ("load") and ''[[pîn|bîn]]'' ("little", from ''[[pîn]]'').<ref>{{webcite|author=|articleurl=http://thainsbook.net/mountains.html|articlename=Mountains of Middle-earth: Dol Tarlang, Cûl Veleg & Cûl Bîn|dated=|website=[http://thainsbook.net/ The Thain's Book]|accessed=19 February 2013}}</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 20:44, 19 February 2013

Cûl Bîn was the southernmost of three peaks (the other two being Dol Tarlang and Cûl Veleg) located in the pass of Tarlang's Neck. The three mountains formed a spur on the southern side of the White Mountains.

According to legend, Cûl Bîn was in origin part of the load of rocks carried by the giant Stiff-neck.[1]

Etymology

The name Cûl Bîn is glossed as "Little Load",[1] consisting of cûl ("load") and bîn ("little", from pîn).[2]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 J.R.R. Tolkien, Nomenclature of The Lord of the Rings, omitted entry quoted in Wayne G. Hammond, Christina Scull, The Lord of the Rings: A Reader's Companion, pp. 536-7
  2. "Mountains of Middle-earth: Dol Tarlang, Cûl Veleg & Cûl Bîn" , The Thain's Book (accessed 19 February 2013)