|"Glirhuin" by Stefan Meisl|
|Position||Seer and harp-player|
|Birth||First Age (6th century) |
|Notable for||Forsaw that the Stone of the Hapless would remain undefiled as Tol Morwen after the War of Wrath.|
|Gallery||Images of Glirhuin|
Glirhuin composed a song that said that the Stone of the Hapless would never be defiled by Morgoth nor sink below the sea. Indeed after Beleriand fell beneath the waves, still Tol Morwen stood alone above the waters.
The name is not glossed, but as Paul Strack notices, it contains the element glir- ("sing").