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'''Forlindon''' was a name for the northern part of [[Lindon]], formed when the land was divided by the [[Gulf of Lune|Gulf of Lhûn]] after the end of the [[First Age]].  
  
 
On its southern shores was the haven of [[Forlond]], while off its northwestern coasts stood the island of [[Himring]], where [[Maedhros]]' fortress had once stood.
 
On its southern shores was the haven of [[Forlond]], while off its northwestern coasts stood the island of [[Himring]], where [[Maedhros]]' fortress had once stood.

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Forlindon
Region
General Information
LocationNorth of Gulf of Lune, west of Blue Mountains
TypeRegion
RegionsLindon
InhabitantsElves of Lindon

Forlindon was a name for the northern part of Lindon, formed when the land was divided by the Gulf of Lhûn after the end of the First Age.

On its southern shores was the haven of Forlond, while off its northwestern coasts stood the island of Himring, where Maedhros' fortress had once stood.

Etymology

The name Forlindon likely means "North Lindon",[1] derived from forod ("north") + lindon.

See also

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, "The Rivers and Beacon-hills of Gondor" (edited by Carl F. Hostetter), in Vinyar Tengwar, Number 42, July 2001, p. 30 (note 47)