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Lenwë

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'''Lenwë''' ([[Quenya|Q]], pron. {{IPA|[ˈlenwe]}}; also named '''[[Dan]]''') was an [[Elf]] of [[Teleri|Telerin]] origin who set out on the [[Great Journey]] from [[Cuiviénen]]. When the Lenwë and the other [[Teleri]] reached the Great River [[Anduin]], and saw the [[Misty Mountains]] across their path to the west he fell away from the Journey, and led a part of the Teleri south down the [[Vales of Anduin]]. Lenwë's people afterwards became known as the [[Nandor]].
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'''Lenwë''' ([[Quenya|Q]], pron. {{IPA|[ˈlenwe]}}; also named '''[[Dan]]''') was an [[Elf]] of [[Teleri|Telerin]] origin who set out on the [[Great Journey]] from [[Cuiviénen]]. Lenwë and the other [[Teleri]] reached the Great River [[Anduin]], and saw the [[Misty Mountains]] across their path to the west he fell away from the Journey, and led a part of the Teleri south down the [[Vales of Anduin]]. Lenwë's people afterwards became known as the [[Nandor]].
  
 
Lenwë had a son, [[Denethor of the Nandor|Denethor]], who eventually crossed the Misty Mountains with a group of his father's people.
 
Lenwë had a son, [[Denethor of the Nandor|Denethor]], who eventually crossed the Misty Mountains with a group of his father's people.

Revision as of 00:10, 7 March 2010

Lenwë (Q, pron. [ˈlenwe]; also named Dan) was an Elf of Telerin origin who set out on the Great Journey from Cuiviénen. Lenwë and the other Teleri reached the Great River Anduin, and saw the Misty Mountains across their path to the west he fell away from the Journey, and led a part of the Teleri south down the Vales of Anduin. Lenwë's people afterwards became known as the Nandor.

Lenwë had a son, Denethor, who eventually crossed the Misty Mountains with a group of his father's people.