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Firienfeld

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'''Firienfeld''' was how the [[Rohirrim]] called the flat upland of [[Dunharrow]].
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'''Firienfeld''' was how the [[Rohirrim]] called the flat upland of [[Dunharrow]]; a large grassy area for the encampment of soldiers and refuge-seekers.
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
 
Firien represents [[Old English]] ''firgen'' "mountain". -feld, means "field" and [[Tolkien]] left it unmodernised; the Firienfield of the Index is in error.<ref>{{HM|N}}</ref>
 
Firien represents [[Old English]] ''firgen'' "mountain". -feld, means "field" and [[Tolkien]] left it unmodernised; the Firienfield of the Index is in error.<ref>{{HM|N}}</ref>
 
[[category:rohan]]
 
[[category:rohan]]
 
[[category:Fields, Plains and Deserts]]
 
[[category:Fields, Plains and Deserts]]

Revision as of 10:26, 14 October 2010

Firienfeld was how the Rohirrim called the flat upland of Dunharrow; a large grassy area for the encampment of soldiers and refuge-seekers.

Etymology

Firien represents Old English firgen "mountain". -feld, means "field" and Tolkien left it unmodernised; the Firienfield of the Index is in error.[1]


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