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Talk:Sador

[edit] Rewrite

This article definitely needs a lot of expansion, here's a basic outline:

  • Introduction
  • History
  • Other versions of the legendarium
  • Etymology
  • References

If we can find enough information for the History section it can possibly be broken up further. I'll try and find some more images of him as well. --Hyarion 13:11, 27 January 2008 (EST)

Well, I don't think there is much on that. No "Other versions", in any case. The etymology is straightforward. Quoth Hisweloke:
*sador S. [sˈɑdr̩] n. faithful one ← Sador (name) ◈ Sador was Túrin's faithful servant. The meaning of this noun is deduced from sadron, assuming that these words are in the same kind of relation as hador and hadron.