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'''Thorin''' is a name [[J.R.R. Tolkien|Tolkien]] adapted from the ''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/V%C3%B6lusp%C3%A1 Völuspá]'', a part of the epic ''Poetic Edda''. It means "Daring" in Old Norse.
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'''Thorin''' is a name [[J.R.R. Tolkien|Tolkien]] adapted from the ''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/V%C3%B6lusp%C3%A1 Völuspá]'', a part of the epic ''Poetic Edda'', and it means "Daring" in Old Norse. Here ''Thorin'' can refer to:
  
* [[Thorin I]], a [[Dwarf]]-lord of the [[Grey Mountains]]
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* [[Thorin I]] ({{TA|2035}} - {{TA|2289}}), a [[Dwarves|dwarf]]-king left [[Lonely Mountain|Erebor]] in favour of the [[Grey Mountains]].
* '''[[Thorin II Oakenshield]], a companion of [[Bilbo Baggins]] in ''[[The Hobbit]]'''''
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* '''[[Thorin|Thorin II ''Oakenshield'']] ({{TA|2746}} - {{TA|2941}}), a companion of [[Bilbo Baggins]] in ''[[The Hobbit]]''.'''
* [[Thorin III Stonehelm]], [[King under the Mountain]] during the [[Fourth Age]]
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* [[Thorin Stonehelm|Thorin III ''Stonehelm'']] (born {{TA|2866}}), [[Kings under the Mountain|King under the Mountain]] during the [[Fourth Age]].
  
 
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Thorin is a name Tolkien adapted from the Völuspá, a part of the epic Poetic Edda, and it means "Daring" in Old Norse. Here Thorin can refer to:


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