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'''Hareth''' lived during the [[First Age]] of Middle-earth, and was the elder daughter of Halmir, chieftain of the [[Haladin]], and sister of [[Haldir of the Haladin|Haldir]], [[Hundar]], and [[Hiril]]. She married [[Galdor of Dor-lómin|Galdor]], lord of the [[House of Hador]], and bore him two sons, [[Húrin]] and [[Huor]].
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'''Hareth''' lived during the [[First Age]] of [[Middle-earth]], and was the elder daughter of Halmir, chieftain of the [[Haladin]], and sister of [[Haldir of the Haladin|Haldir]], [[Hundar]], and [[Hiril]]. She married [[Galdor of Dor-lómin|Galdor]], lord of the [[House of Hador]], and bore him two sons, [[Húrin]] and [[Huor]].
  
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
'''Hareth''' also appears in ''[[Tûr Haretha]]'', the [[Haudh-en-Arwen|Ladybarrow]], so the name probably means "Lady" in the Haladin tongue.
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''Hareth'' also appears in ''[[Haudh-en-Arwen#Names|Tûr Haretha]]'', the "Ladybarrow", so the name probably means "Lady" in the Haladin tongue.{{or}}
 
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Hareth lived during the First Age of Middle-earth, and was the elder daughter of Halmir, chieftain of the Haladin, and sister of Haldir, Hundar, and Hiril. She married Galdor, lord of the House of Hador, and bore him two sons, Húrin and Huor.

Etymology

Hareth also appears in Tûr Haretha, the "Ladybarrow", so the name probably means "Lady" in the Haladin tongue.Template:Or