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Elanor (disambiguation)

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The word '''''elanor''''' means "Star-sun" in [[Sindarin]] (from ''[[êl]]'', "star" and ''[[anor]]'', "[[Sun]]"), and can refer to:
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The word '''''elanor''''' means "Star-sun" in [[Sindarin]] (from ''[[êl]]'', "star" and ''anor'', "[[Sun]]"), and can refer to:
 
==Middle-earth==
 
==Middle-earth==
 
* ''[[elanor (flower)|elanor]]'', a flower that grew in the forests of [[Lothlórien]]
 
* ''[[elanor (flower)|elanor]]'', a flower that grew in the forests of [[Lothlórien]]
 
* '''[[Elanor Gardner]] (born {{TA|3021}}), the first child of [[Samwise Gamgee]].'''
 
* '''[[Elanor Gardner]] (born {{TA|3021}}), the first child of [[Samwise Gamgee]].'''
 
==Adaptations==
 
==Adaptations==
* ''[[Elanor (song)]]'', the sixth song of Disc 4 of ''[[The Return of the King: The Complete Recordings]]''.
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* ''[[Elanor (song)]]'', the sixth song of Disc 4 of ''[[The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King - The Complete Recordings]]''.
 
==Fandom==
 
==Fandom==
* [[Elanor (society)]], former Belgian Tolkien Society, succeeded by the Flemish Fantasy Society of the same name.
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* [[Elanor (Tolkien Society)]], former Belgian Tolkien Society, succeeded by the Flemish Fantasy Society of the same name.
 
* ''[[Elanor (journal)]]'', a journal of the Japanese Tolkien Society ''[[Shiro no Norite]]''.
 
* ''[[Elanor (journal)]]'', a journal of the Japanese Tolkien Society ''[[Shiro no Norite]]''.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:52, 14 July 2012

The word elanor means "Star-sun" in Sindarin (from êl, "star" and anor, "Sun"), and can refer to:

[edit] Middle-earth

[edit] Adaptations

[edit] Fandom


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