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==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
''Maglor'' is not glossed in the mature [[Sindarin]], but being the [[Sindarinized]] version of the [[Quenya]] name ''Makalaurë'',<ref name=Vinyar>{{VT|41b}}, p. 10</ref> it would mean "Forging Gold".<ref name=Feanor>{{PM|Feanor}}, pp. 352-353</ref> In a pure Sindarin rendition it would have been '''''Magalor'''''.<ref name=Vinyar></ref>
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''Maglor'' is not glossed in the mature [[Sindarin]], but being the [[Sindarinized]] version of the [[Quenya]] name ''Makalaurë'',<ref name=Vinyar>{{VT|41}}, p. 10</ref> it would mean "Forging Gold".<ref name=Feanor>{{PM|Feanor}}, pp. 352-353</ref> In a pure Sindarin rendition it would have been '''''Magalor'''''.<ref name=Vinyar>{{VT|41}}, p. 10</ref>
  
 
In the [[Noldorin]] phase of the name, it is interpreted as "Gold-cleaver", also coming from ''Makalaurë''.<ref>{{LR|Etymologies}}, "MAK-"</ref>
 
In the [[Noldorin]] phase of the name, it is interpreted as "Gold-cleaver", also coming from ''Makalaurë''.<ref>{{LR|Etymologies}}, "MAK-"</ref>

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