Sindarin

Anórien

topon. Sunlending, (lit.) *Sun-lands

The region of Gondor between Minas Tirith and Rohan (LotR/750), translated “Sunlending” (RC/776). Its initial element is clearly Anor “Sun”, and its final element is the plural -ien of the suffix -ian “land”, common in place names. Thus, the literal meaning of the name is “*Sun-lands”.
Conceptual Development: On the draft maps for the Lord of the Rings from the 1940s, this name first appeared as (Quenya?) Anarion (TI/310) and once (rejected) in the draft texts as Anárion (TI/282), but this was changed to N. Anórien on both the maps (TI/318) and later drafts (WR/141).

[LotR/1115.2010, LotRI/Anórien.001, LotRI/Sunlending.003, MRI/Anórien.001, PE17/042.3012, PE17/042.4210, PMI/Anórien.001, RC/776.2802, SA/nár.064, UTI/Anórien.001, WJI/Anórien.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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