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Isengrim (disambiguation)

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*[[Isengrim Took II]] ({{SR|1020}} - {{SR|1122}}), twenty-second Thain of [[the Shire]] who begins the excavation of [[Great Smials]].
 
*[[Isengrim Took II]] ({{SR|1020}} - {{SR|1122}}), twenty-second Thain of [[the Shire]] who begins the excavation of [[Great Smials]].
 
*[[Isengrim Took III]] ({{SR|1232}} - {{SR|1330}}), eldest son of the [[Gerontius Took|Old Took]] and twenty-seventh Thain of the Shire.
 
*[[Isengrim Took III]] ({{SR|1232}} - {{SR|1330}}), eldest son of the [[Gerontius Took|Old Took]] and twenty-seventh Thain of the Shire.
==Etymology==
 
The name is old Germanic one meaning "iron fierce"
 
 
==Inspiration==
 
The name was known for appearing in the romance of [[Wikipedia:Reynard the Fox|Reynard the Fox]], as the name adopted for the Wolf.<ref>[[Nomenclature]]</ref>
 
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Latest revision as of 11:38, 11 October 2010

Isengrim is a name born by three Thains of the Shire, all from the Took Family:

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