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'''Thorongil''' ([[Sindarin]] for "Eagle of the Star"), was an alias taken by [[Aragorn II|Aragorn]] in his youth, when he journeyed to [[Rohan]] and [[Gondor]] and performed services to their lords.
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'''Thorongil''' (pronounced thoro'ngeel), was an alias taken by [[Aragorn II|Aragorn]] in his youth ([[Third Age|T.A.]] 2957-2980), when he journeyed to [[Rohan]] and [[Gondor]] and performed services to their lords.
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==Etymology==
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Thorongil is [[Sindarin]] for ''Eagle of the Star''. [[thoron]] = eagle, [[gil]] = star.
  
 
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The main article on this subject is located at Aragorn II.

Thorongil (pronounced thoro'ngeel), was an alias taken by Aragorn in his youth (T.A. 2957-2980), when he journeyed to Rohan and Gondor and performed services to their lords.

Etymology

Thorongil is Sindarin for Eagle of the Star. thoron = eagle, gil = star.