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<b>Nahald</b> 'secret' is the original Hobbit name of [[Déagol]], the [[Stoors|Stoor]] who originally found the [[One Ring]] and was murdered by [[Sméagol]] ([[Trahald]]).
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'''Nahald''' ("secret") is the original Hobbit name of [[Déagol]], the [[Stoors|Stoor]] who originally found the [[One Ring]] and was murdered by [[Sméagol]] ([[Trahald]]).
  
In Déagol's days (mid-25th century Third Age) the hobbits who lived in the [[Vales of Anduin]] used language which was related to the Northern tongues of the Men.
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In Déagol's days (mid-25th century [[Third Age]]) the hobbits who lived in the [[Vales of Anduin]] used language which was related to the Northern tongues of the Men.
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==References==
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* ''[[The Lord of the Rings]]'', [[Appendices|Appendix]] [[Appendix F|F]] II: On Translation.
  
Source: [[The Return of the King|LoTR III]], [[Appendix F]] II, p. 1136<sup>2005</sup>.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 07:07, 19 June 2008

Nahald ("secret") is the original Hobbit name of Déagol, the Stoor who originally found the One Ring and was murdered by Sméagol (Trahald).

In Déagol's days (mid-25th century Third Age) the hobbits who lived in the Vales of Anduin used language which was related to the Northern tongues of the Men.

References