Sindarin

Amon Amarth

topon. Mount Doom, (lit.) Hill of Doom

The Sindarin name of “Mount Doom” (LotR/1037), a combination of amon “hill” and amarth “fate, doom”, literally “Hill of Doom” (RC/769).
Conceptual Development: In Lord of the Rings drafts from the 1940s, this name first appeared as N. Amarthon >> Dolamarth (TI/343), with the element dôl for “hill” instead of amon.

[LotR/1037.3902, LotRI/Mount Doom.004, PE17/066.0401, PE17/093.0302, PE17/104.1208, PE17/114.1402, PE17/123.4308, PMI/Amon Amarth.001, RC/233.2210, RC/769.1101, S/293.0702, SA/amarth.004, SI/Amon Amarth.001, SI/Mount Doom.004, SI/Orodruin.017, TII/Amon Amarth.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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