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Lothíriel

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Lothíriel married [[Éomer]], King of [[Rohan]], in 3020. They had at least one son named [[Elfwine]] [[the Fair]] who became the 19th King of Rohan on the death of his father in the year 63 of the [[Fourth Age]]. Lothíriel's date of death is not known.
 
Lothíriel married [[Éomer]], King of [[Rohan]], in 3020. They had at least one son named [[Elfwine]] [[the Fair]] who became the 19th King of Rohan on the death of his father in the year 63 of the [[Fourth Age]]. Lothíriel's date of death is not known.
  
===Etymology===
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==Etymology==
 
Lothíriel means ''"flower garlanded maiden."'' The word loth means ''"flower, blossom."''  
 
Lothíriel means ''"flower garlanded maiden."'' The word loth means ''"flower, blossom."''  
  

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File:Lothíriel.jpg
Princess Lothíriel, drawn by Gregor Roffalski.

Lothíriel was the Princess of Dol Amroth and wife of King Éomer of Rohan. Lothíriel was the daughter of Prince Imrahil of Dol Amroth; her mother's name is not known. Lothíriel was born in 2999 of the Third Age. She had three older brothers: Elphir, Erchirion, and Amrothos.

Lothíriel married Éomer, King of Rohan, in 3020. They had at least one son named Elfwine the Fair who became the 19th King of Rohan on the death of his father in the year 63 of the Fourth Age. Lothíriel's date of death is not known.

Etymology

Lothíriel means "flower garlanded maiden." The word loth means "flower, blossom."

The element riel means "garlanded maiden" from the root rig meaning "twine, wreathe" and the feminine ending -iel.