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Nóri is a dwarf from the Norse mythology and the name means 'Peewee'
 
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Nori
Dwarf
Family
ParentageUnknown
Physical Description
GenderMale

Nori was a Dwarf of Durin's folk who lived in the northern Blue Mountains and later Erebor. He had two brothers named Dori, and Ori, and was a remote kinsmen of Thorin Oakenshield. His hood was purple, he played the flute, and he was very fond of regular and plentiful meals.


The Quest of Erebor

In 2941, Nori was selected as one of the twelve Dwarves to accompany King Thorin II Oakenshield to the Lonely Mountain to defeat the Dragon Smaug on the Quest of Erebor. When Thorin and Company fled from the Wargs and Goblins they had climbed some trees to safety, where Nori was the first to realize that Bilbo had been left behind on the ground. To which Dori saved him. He later fought and survived the Battle of Five Armies, was given his share of the treasure by Dáin II Ironfoot, and made his home in the mountain.


Erebor, and the War of the Ring

During the War of the Ring Nori was still living in Erebor, and possibly fought in the Battle of Dale.

His date of death is not known.

Etymology

Nóri is a dwarf from the Norse mythology and the name means 'Peewee'

Members of Thorin and Company
Thorin · Balin · Dwalin · Fíli · Kíli · Dori · Nori · Ori · Óin · Glóin · Bifur · Bofur · Bombur · Gandalf · Bilbo Baggins