Sindarin

Mitheithel

topon. Hoarwell, (lit.) Grey Spring

Sindarin name of the river Hoarwell (LotR/200), also translated “Hoary Spring” (RC/15), a combination of mith¹ “grey” and eithel “spring” (RC/772; SA/mith, eithel).
Conceptual Development: This name was already N. Mitheithel when it first appeared in Lord of the Rings drafts from the 1940s (TI/14).

[LotR/0200.2702, LotRI/Hoarwell.002, LotRI/Mitheithel.001, RC/015.2610, RC/772.0805, SA/eithel.012, SA/mith.009, UT/261.3210, UTI/Mitheithel.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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