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'''Legolin''' was the third of [[Gelion]]'s six tributary rivers, that like the others rose among the western slopes of the [[Blue Mountains]]. It flowed west through [[Ossiriand]] between the [[Thalos]] to the north and the [[Brilthor]] to the south. The name Legolin means 'free-running'.
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'''Legolin''' was the third of [[Gelion]]'s six tributary rivers, that like the others rose among the western slopes of the [[Blue Mountains]]. It flowed swiftly west through [[Ossiriand]] between the [[Thalos]] to the north and the [[Brilthor]] to the south.<ref>{{S|Map}}</ref>  The name Legolin means 'free-running'.
 
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Legolin was the third of Gelion's six tributary rivers, that like the others rose among the western slopes of the Blue Mountains. It flowed swiftly west through Ossiriand between the Thalos to the north and the Brilthor to the south.[1] The name Legolin means 'free-running'.

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  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Silmarillion, "Map of Beleriand and the Lands to the North"