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Elbereth (disambiguation)

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'''Elbereth''' (pronounced {{IPA|[ˈelbereθ]}}) is a [[Sindarin]] name. It can refer to:
 
'''Elbereth''' (pronounced {{IPA|[ˈelbereθ]}}) is a [[Sindarin]] name. It can refer to:
 
* '''[[Varda|Elbereth Gilthoniel]], the Sindarin name for Varda, Queen of the [[Valar]].'''
 
* '''[[Varda|Elbereth Gilthoniel]], the Sindarin name for Varda, Queen of the [[Valar]].'''
** [[Elven Hymn to Elbereth]], a song sung by [[Gildor Inglorion]] in ''[[The Fellowship of the Ring]]''.
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** [[Elven Hymn to Elbereth]], a song sung by [[Gildor|Gildor Inglorion]] in ''[[The Fellowship of the Ring]]''.
 
** [[A Elbereth Gilthoniel]], a poem in both ''[[The Fellowship of the Ring]]'' and ''[[The Road Goes Ever On (book)|The Road Goes Ever On]].
 
** [[A Elbereth Gilthoniel]], a poem in both ''[[The Fellowship of the Ring]]'' and ''[[The Road Goes Ever On (book)|The Road Goes Ever On]].
  
==Etymology==
 
''Elbereth'' derives from ''[[elen]]-[[bereth|barathi]]'' meaning "star-queen". The final ''-i'' umlauted the word to ''berethi'' forming thus ''elemberethi'' > ''elbereth''.
 
 
==Other versions of the Legendarium==
 
==Other versions of the Legendarium==
 
* [[Elrohir]], son of [[Elrond]], occasionally referred to as ''Elbereth'' in earlier writings.
 
* [[Elrohir]], son of [[Elrond]], occasionally referred to as ''Elbereth'' in earlier writings.
* [[Elurín]], son of [[Dior Eluchíl]], originally referred to as ''Elbereth''.
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* [[Elurín]], son of [[Dior|Dior Eluchíl]], originally referred to as ''Elbereth''.
  
 
==Other Works==
 
==Other Works==

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Elbereth (pronounced [ˈelbereθ]) is a Sindarin name. It can refer to:

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