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'''Golug''' was a word from a language of the [[Orcs]], whose only recorded use was during the later [[First Age]], used to describe the Deep Elves (the [[Noldor]]). Its origins are unknown, but it may be related to the [[Sindarin]] name for this same people, [[Golodhrim]].
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'''Golug''' was a word from a language of the [[Orcs]], whose only recorded use was during the later [[First Age]], used to describe the Deep Elves (the [[Noldor]]). Its origins are unknown, but it may be related to the [[Sindarin]] name for this same people, [[Golodhrim]].<ref>{{CH|6}}, p. 111</ref>
  
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Golug was a word from a language of the Orcs, whose only recorded use was during the later First Age, used to describe the Deep Elves (the Noldor). Its origins are unknown, but it may be related to the Sindarin name for this same people, Golodhrim.[1]

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  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Children of Húrin, "Túrin among the Outlaws", p. 111