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'''Oghor-hai''' was the name used by the [[Orcs]] to describe that race of [[Men]] otherwise known as the [[Drúedain]] or [[Woses]]. They were believed by the Orcs to possess magical powers, and they therefore feared the Oghor-hai greatly.
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'''Oghor-hai''' was the name used by the [[Orcs]] to describe that race of [[Men]] otherwise known as the [[Drúedain]] or [[Woses]]. They were believed by the Orcs to possess [[magic|magical]] powers, and they therefore feared the Oghor-hai greatly.<ref>{{UT|Druedain}}</ref>
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==Etymology==
  
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''oghor'' + ''[[hai]]''
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{{references}}
 
[[Category:Orkish words]]
 
[[Category:Orkish words]]
 
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[[Category:Black Speech words]]
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[[de:Drúedain#Etymologie und andere Namen]]
 
[[fr:encyclo/peuples/hommes/oghor-hai]]
 
[[fr:encyclo/peuples/hommes/oghor-hai]]
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[[fi:Oghor-hai]]

Latest revision as of 06:09, 17 October 2011

Oghor-hai was the name used by the Orcs to describe that race of Men otherwise known as the Drúedain or Woses. They were believed by the Orcs to possess magical powers, and they therefore feared the Oghor-hai greatly.[1]

[edit] Etymology

oghor + hai

[edit] References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), Unfinished Tales, "The Drúedain"