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*nazgul - it remains remarkable that nasc is the word for 'ring' in Gaelic [Irish; in Scottish usually written nasg]... I have no liking at all for *Gaelic from Old Irish downwards, as a language, but it is of course of great historical and philological interest, and I have at times studied it [With alas! very little success] ?
 
*nazgul - it remains remarkable that nasc is the word for 'ring' in Gaelic [Irish; in Scottish usually written nasg]... I have no liking at all for *Gaelic from Old Irish downwards, as a language, but it is of course of great historical and philological interest, and I have at times studied it [With alas! very little success] ?
 
*annatar – finnish antaa, anna
 
*annatar – finnish antaa, anna
*valinor - Valhalla, http://www.lotrplaza.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=217644
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*valinor - Valhall
 
*arveduis ship - lemminkäinens ship
 
*arveduis ship - lemminkäinens ship
 
*gold and silver - gold and silver in kalevala
 
*gold and silver - gold and silver in kalevala

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