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The name ''Béma'' is from the [[Rohirric|tongue of Rohan]] ([[J.R.R. Tolkien|Tolkien]] was inspired by the [[Old English]] word ''[[Wiktionary:beme|béme]]'' "trumpet").<ref>{{PE|17}}, p. 153</ref>
 
The name ''Béma'' is from the [[Rohirric|tongue of Rohan]] ([[J.R.R. Tolkien|Tolkien]] was inspired by the [[Old English]] word ''[[Wiktionary:beme|béme]]'' "trumpet").<ref>{{PE|17}}, p. 153</ref>
  
In [[Eriol]]'s [[Old English]] translations, Oromë is referred to as ''Wáðfréa'' "Huntinglord", ''Huntena  fréa'' "Hunting  Lord and Lord of  Hunters" and ''Wealdafréa'' "Lord of Forests". The name ''Béaming'' is a translation of Q. ''Aldaron''.<ref>{{SM|QA1}}</ref>
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In [[Eriol]]'s [[Old English]] translations, Oromë is referred to as ''Wadfrea'' "Huntinglord", ''Huntena  frea'' "Hunting  Lord and Lord of  Hunters" and ''Wealdafrea'' "Lord of Forests". The name ''Beaming'' is a translation of Q. ''Aldaron''.<ref>{{SM|QA1}}</ref>
  
 
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