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Sador

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'''Sador''' was a bondsman and servant of the [[Húrin of Dor-lómin]], and the childhood friend of Húrin's son [[Túrin]].
 
'''Sador''' was a bondsman and servant of the [[Húrin of Dor-lómin]], and the childhood friend of Húrin's son [[Túrin]].
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==Etymology==
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''sador'' is a [[Sindarin]] word which most likely translates to "faithful one". This is deduced from [[sadron]] if we assume these two terms share the same relation as [[hador]] and [[hadron]]. [http://www.jrrvf.com/hisweloke/sindar/online/sindar/dict-sd-en.html#sador]
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

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Sador
Man
Biographical Information
Other namesLabadal (hopafoot), Onefoot, Sadog
BirthY.S. c. 430
DeathY.S. 495
Physical Description
GenderMale
"Give with a free hand, but give only your own."
Sador, The Children of Húrin

Sador was a bondsman and servant of the Húrin of Dor-lómin, and the childhood friend of Húrin's son Túrin.

Etymology

sador is a Sindarin word which most likely translates to "faithful one". This is deduced from sadron if we assume these two terms share the same relation as hador and hadron. [1]

See also