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Nan Dungortheb

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'''Nan Dungortheb''' was the dreadful valley in northern [[Beleriand]] that ran west to east between the haunted mountains of the [[Ered Gorgoroth]] and the enchanted northern marches of [[Doriath]].
 
'''Nan Dungortheb''' was the dreadful valley in northern [[Beleriand]] that ran west to east between the haunted mountains of the [[Ered Gorgoroth]] and the enchanted northern marches of [[Doriath]].
  
Nan Dungortheb means "Valley of Western Horror" in [[Sindarin]] (from ''[[nan]]'' = "valley", ''[[dûn]]'' = "west", and ''[[gortheb]]'' = "horror").
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Nan Dungortheb means "Valley of Horrible West" in [[Sindarin]] (from ''[[nan]]'' = "valley", ''[[dûn]]'' = "west", and ''[[gortheb]]'' = "horrible").
  
 
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Revision as of 07:04, 16 July 2006

Nan Dungortheb was the dreadful valley in northern Beleriand that ran west to east between the haunted mountains of the Ered Gorgoroth and the enchanted northern marches of Doriath.

Nan Dungortheb means "Valley of Horrible West" in Sindarin (from nan = "valley", dûn = "west", and gortheb = "horrible").