Sindarin

Eregion

topon. Hollin, (lit.) Holly-region

The realm of the Noldor in Middle Earth during the Second Age, translated “Hollin” (LotR/305) but more accurately “Holly-region” (RC/772). This name is a combination of ereg “holly” and the suffix -ion² “-region” (SA/ereg; PE17/37, 42).
Conceptual Development: In Lord of the Rings drafts from the 1940s, this region was first named N. Nan-eregdos in a chronology for Chapter XV (TI/166), but appeared in the draft text as N. Eregion (TI/124-5). This form also appeared in the Etymologies, already with the derivation given above (Ety/ÉREK).

[LotR/0305.0603, LotRI/Eregion.001, LotRI/Hollin.003, MRI/Eregion.001, PE17/037.0603, PE17/042.2702, PE17/042.3906, PMI/Eregion.001, RC/772.1602, RSI/Eregion.001, S/286.1702, SA/ereg.005, SI/Eregion.001, UTI/Eregion.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Region

topon. Hollin

A forested region within Doriath (S/121). The name resembles Eregion, and probably has a similar meaning. Christopher Tolkien indicated its initial element is a variant form of ereg “holly” (SA/ereg), and its final element may be -ion² “-region” (as suggested by David Salo, GS/389).
Conceptual Development: In Silmarillion drafts from the 1930s, this region was first named Ilk. Region (LR/126), which was designated a Doriathrin [Ilkorin] name in the Etymologies, the genitive plural of Ilk. reg (Ety/ÉREK).

[SA/ereg.006, SI/Region.001, SMI/Region.001, WJI/Region.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Doriathrin

Regornion

topon. Hollin

A Doriathrin variation of Region appearing in the Etymologies from the 1930s (Ety/ÉREK). It was translated “Hollin” and appears to be the genitive plural of Ilk. regorn “holly-tree”.

[Ety/ERÉK.047, RSI/Regornion.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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