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Elessar (disambiguation)

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'''Elessar''' means "Elf-stone" in [[Quenya]] (from ''[[elen]]'' = "star, Elf" and ''[[sar]]'' = "stone"). The [[Sindarin]] is equivalent is '''Edhelharn'''.
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'''Elessar''' means "Elf-stone" in [[Quenya]] (from ''[[elen]]'', "star, Elf" and ''[[sar]]'', "stone"). The [[Sindarin]] is equivalent is '''Edhelharn'''. ''Elessar'' can refer to:
  
* The [[Elessar of Eärendil]], two fabled gems, one of the [[First Age]] and one of the [[Third Age]]
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* The [[Elessar of Eärendil]], two fabled gems, one of the [[First Age]] and one of the [[Third Age]].
* '''King [[Aragorn II|Elessar]], originally known as Aragorn II, one of the [[Fellowship of the Ring]]'''
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* '''King [[Aragorn II|Elessar]] ({{TA|2931}} - {{FoA|120}}), originally known as Aragorn II, one of the [[Fellowship of the Ring]] and King of [[Arnor]] and [[Gondor]].'''
  
 
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Revision as of 19:57, 2 June 2010

Elessar means "Elf-stone" in Quenya (from elen, "star, Elf" and sar, "stone"). The Sindarin is equivalent is Edhelharn. Elessar can refer to:


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