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If we can find enough information for the History section it can possibly be broken up further. I'll try and find some more images of him as well. --[[User:Hyarion|Hyarion]] 13:11, 27 January 2008 (EST)
 
If we can find enough information for the History section it can possibly be broken up further. I'll try and find some more images of him as well. --[[User:Hyarion|Hyarion]] 13:11, 27 January 2008 (EST)
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:Well, I don't think there is much on that. No "Other versions", in any case. The etymology is straightforward. Quoth Hisweloke:<br>*'''sador''' S. [sˈɑdr̩] n. faithful one ← Sador (name) ◈ '''Sador''' was Túrin's faithful servant. The meaning of this noun is deduced from '''sadron''', assuming that these words are in the same kind of relation as '''hador''' and '''hadron'''.

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This article definitely needs a lot of expansion, here's a basic outline:

  • Introduction
  • History
  • Other versions of the legendarium
  • Etymology
  • References

If we can find enough information for the History section it can possibly be broken up further. I'll try and find some more images of him as well. --Hyarion 13:11, 27 January 2008 (EST)

Well, I don't think there is much on that. No "Other versions", in any case. The etymology is straightforward. Quoth Hisweloke:
*sador S. [sˈɑdr̩] n. faithful one ← Sador (name) ◈ Sador was Túrin's faithful servant. The meaning of this noun is deduced from sadron, assuming that these words are in the same kind of relation as hador and hadron.