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Gelmir (messenger of Círdan)

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'''Gelmir''' was a [[Noldor|Noldorin Elf]], originally of [[Angrod]]'s people. After the [[Dagor Bragollach]] ("Battle of Sudden Flame"), he wandered into the southern regions of [[Beleriand]], and settled with the people of [[Círdan]]. He was later sent by Círdan, with his companion [[Arminas]], as a messenger to [[Nargothrond]].<ref>{{S|Turin}}</ref>
 
'''Gelmir''' was a [[Noldor|Noldorin Elf]], originally of [[Angrod]]'s people. After the [[Dagor Bragollach]] ("Battle of Sudden Flame"), he wandered into the southern regions of [[Beleriand]], and settled with the people of [[Círdan]]. He was later sent by Círdan, with his companion [[Arminas]], as a messenger to [[Nargothrond]].<ref>{{S|Turin}}</ref>
 
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Revision as of 07:00, 9 May 2015

This article is about the companion of Arminas. For the son of Guilin, see Gelmir (son of Guilin).
Gelmir
Noldo
Biographical Information
LocationDorthonion, Mouths of Sirion
Physical Description
GenderMale
GalleryImages of Gelmir

Gelmir was a Noldorin Elf, originally of Angrod's people. After the Dagor Bragollach ("Battle of Sudden Flame"), he wandered into the southern regions of Beleriand, and settled with the people of Círdan. He was later sent by Círdan, with his companion Arminas, as a messenger to Nargothrond.[1]

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Silmarillion, "Quenta Silmarillion: Of Túrin Turambar"