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Zigil

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'''Zigil''' is a word in [[Khuzdul]], occuring as an element in [[Zirakzigil]], the [[Dwarves]]' name for the mountain called [[Celebdil]] or [[Silvertine]] by other races, and in [[Zigil-nâd]], a rejected [[Dwarvish]] name for [[Kibil-nâla]], the river known to the [[Elves]] as [[Celebrant]] and to [[Men]] as the [[Silverlode]].
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'''Zigil''' is a word in [[Khuzdul]], occuring as an element in [[Celebdil]], the [[Dwarves]]' name for the mountain called [[Celebdil]] or [[Silvertine]] by other races, and in [[Zigil-nâd]], a rejected [[Dwarvish]] name for [[Kibil-nâla]], the river known to the [[Elves]] as [[Celebrant]] and to [[Men]] as the [[Silverlode]].
  
 
'''Zigil''' therefore evidently means ''silver''.
 
'''Zigil''' therefore evidently means ''silver''.
  
 
[[Category:Khuzdul words]]
 
[[Category:Khuzdul words]]

Revision as of 11:53, 11 July 2010

Zigil is a word in Khuzdul, occuring as an element in Celebdil, the Dwarves' name for the mountain called Celebdil or Silvertine by other races, and in Zigil-nâd, a rejected Dwarvish name for Kibil-nâla, the river known to the Elves as Celebrant and to Men as the Silverlode.

Zigil therefore evidently means silver.