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Nandorin

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The language of the [[Nandor]], those [[Telerin]] [[Elves]] who broke from the [[Great Journey]] east of the [[Misty Mountains]]. As [[Sindarin]] became the dominant [[Elvish]] tongue of [[Middle-earth]], Nandorin became little-spoken, and by the [[Third Age]], was represented mainly in old place-names and [[Silvan]] dialects developed under its influence.
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The language of the [[Nandor]], those [[Telerin]] [[Elves]] who broke from the [[Great Journey]] east of the [[Misty Mountains]]. As [[Sindarin]] became the dominant [[Elvish]] tongue of [[Middle-earth]], Nandorin became little-spoken, and by the [[Third Age]], was represented mainly in old place-names and [[Silvan Elves|Silvan]] dialects developed under its influence.

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The language of the Nandor, those Telerin Elves who broke from the Great Journey east of the Misty Mountains. As Sindarin became the dominant Elvish tongue of Middle-earth, Nandorin became little-spoken, and by the Third Age, was represented mainly in old place-names and Silvan dialects developed under its influence.