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'''Lord of the Ring''' or '''Lord of the Rings''' was a title for [[Sauron]], the master of the [[One Ring]]. The singular form appeared only once, uttered by [[Peregrin Took]], who was ignorant of its meaning. The plural form appeared only thrice; once in [[Gandalf]]'s correction of the above mishap, once by [[Glorfindel]] during the [[Council of Elrond]], and once by Gandalf there.  
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'''Lord of the Ring''' or '''Lord of the Rings''' was a title for [[Sauron]], the master of [[the One Ring]]. The singular form appeared only once, uttered by [[Peregrin Took]], who was ignorant of its meaning. The plural form appeared only thrice; once in [[Gandalf]]'s correction of the above mishap, once by [[Glorfindel]] during the [[Council of Elrond]], and once by Gandalf there.  
  
 
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"...It is a long tale..." — Aragorn
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The name The Lord of the Rings refers to more than one character, item or concept. For a list of other meanings, see The Lord of the Rings (disambiguation).
"The Lord of the Ring is not Frodo, but the master of the Dark Tower of Mordor..."
Gandalf, Many Meetings

Lord of the Ring or Lord of the Rings was a title for Sauron, the master of the One Ring. The singular form appeared only once, uttered by Peregrin Took, who was ignorant of its meaning. The plural form appeared only thrice; once in Gandalf's correction of the above mishap, once by Glorfindel during the Council of Elrond, and once by Gandalf there.

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