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'''''nilmo''''' or '''''nildo''''' is a [[Quenya]] masculine noun meaning ''friend''.  For the feminine see ''[[nilde]]''.  See also ''[[nilda]]'' "friendly", and ''[[nilme]]'' "friendship".  The [[Sindarin]] counterpart is ''[[mellon]]''.
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'''''nilmo''''' or '''''nildo''''' is a [[Quenya]] masculine noun meaning ''friend''.  For the feminine see ''[[nilde]]''.  See also ''[[nilda]]'' "friendly", and ''[[nilme]]'' "friendship".<ref>{{LR|Etymologies}}, '''NIL-, NDIL''</ref> The [[Sindarin]] counterpart is ''[[mellon]]''.
  
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nilmo or nildo is a Quenya masculine noun meaning friend. For the feminine see nilde. See also nilda "friendly", and nilme "friendship".[1] The Sindarin counterpart is mellon.

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  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Lost Road and Other Writings, "Part Three: The Etymologies", 'NIL-, NDIL