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'''Uinéniel''', meaning "Daughter of Uinen", was an epithet given to [[Erendis]] by [[Valandil (Lord of Andúnië)|Valandil]], the first [[Lords of Andúnië|Lord of Andúnië]], at a great feast he held for the [[Guild of Venturers]].
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'''Uinéniel''', meaning "Daughter of Uinen", was an epithet given to [[Erendis]] by [[Valandil (Lord of Andúnië)|Valandil]], the first [[Lords of Andúnië|Lord of Andúnië]], at a great feast he held for the [[Guild of Venturers]], celebrating the one hundredth year of their founding.<ref>{{UT|Wife}}</ref>
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Uinéniel, meaning "Daughter of Uinen", was an epithet given to Erendis by Valandil, the first Lord of Andúnië, at a great feast he held for the Guild of Venturers, celebrating the one hundredth year of their founding.[1]

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  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), Unfinished Tales, "Aldarion and Erendis: The Mariner's Wife"