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- Turambar (F.A. 464 - 499), the name taken by the son of Húrin when he dwelt among the Haladin of the Forest of Brethil.
- Turambar (T.A. 397 - 667), the ninth King of Gondor who expanded Gondor's territories into Rhûn.
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In the Qenya Lexicon, Tolkien equated it with the Norse name Sigurðr.
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