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Ulmondil

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'''''Ulmondil''''' ([[Quenya|Q.]] 'Friend of Ulmo') was one of the epithets of '''[[Tuor]]'''. Tuor was a man chosen and guided by the [[Valar|Vala]] [[Ulmo]] to do great deeds, and throughout his life harboured a [[sea-longing]] that eventually drove him to depart from [[Middle-earth]] in his ship [[Eärrámë]].
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'''''Ulmondil''''' ([[Quenya|Q.]] 'Friend of Ulmo') was one of the epithets of '''[[Tuor]]'''.<ref>{{WJ|West}}, ''(ii) The House of Hador'', p. 235</ref> Tuor was a man chosen and guided by the [[Valar|Vala]] [[Ulmo]] to do great deeds, and throughout his life harboured a [[sea-longing]] that eventually drove him to depart from [[Middle-earth]] in his ship [[Eärrámë]].
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==Etymology==
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The name contains the name [[Ulmo]] and the well known Quenya ending ''[[-ndil]]''
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
 
* [[Eladar]]
 
* [[Eladar]]
  
==References==
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* {{HM|WJ}}, "[[Of the Coming of Men into the West]]".
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Latest revision as of 02:42, 2 February 2013

Ulmondil (Q. 'Friend of Ulmo') was one of the epithets of Tuor.[1] Tuor was a man chosen and guided by the Vala Ulmo to do great deeds, and throughout his life harboured a sea-longing that eventually drove him to depart from Middle-earth in his ship Eärrámë.

[edit] Etymology

The name contains the name Ulmo and the well known Quenya ending -ndil

[edit] See also

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The War of the Jewels, "Part Two. The Later Quenta Silmarillion: Of the Coming of Men into the West (Chapter 14)", (ii) The House of Hador, p. 235