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'''Súlimo''' was the title and surname given to [[Manwë]] the chief of the [[Valar]], master of the airs and lord of birds, especially [[Eagles]]. The [[Elvish]] root-word [[sûl]] that appears in this name literally means 'breath', but is also used in connection with wind and weather. For example, the [[Elvish]] name for the hill [[Weathertop]] was '[[Weathertop|Amon Sûl]]'.
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'''Súlimo''', "Lord of the Breath of [[Arda]]", was the title and surname given to [[Manwë]]<ref>{{S|Vala}}</ref> the chief of the [[Valar]], master of the airs and lord of birds, especially [[Eagles]]. The [[Elvish]] root-word [[sûl]] that appears in this name literally means 'breath', but is also used in connection with wind and weather. For example, the [[Elvish]] name for the hill [[Weathertop]] was '[[Weathertop|Amon Sûl]]'.
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Latest revision as of 05:37, 9 December 2012

Súlimo, "Lord of the Breath of Arda", was the title and surname given to Manwë[1] the chief of the Valar, master of the airs and lord of birds, especially Eagles. The Elvish root-word sûl that appears in this name literally means 'breath', but is also used in connection with wind and weather. For example, the Elvish name for the hill Weathertop was 'Amon Sûl'.

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  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Silmarillion, "Valaquenta: Account of the Valar and Maiar According to the Lore of the Eldar"