_prop. n. _Sindarized form of Q. Finicā(n. Tolkien proposed to change it : Finion or Fingorn. . This gloss was rejected.
Fingonnoun. Sindarized form of Q
hair shout (if interpretable at all); find (“hair, a tress”) + caun (“outcry, clamour”) S name of Findekáno.
Fingonnoun. Tolkien proposed revision of this name: Finion or Fingorn
_prop. n. _Tolkien proposed revision of this name: Finion or Fingorn (PE17:112). . This gloss was rejected.
fingonmasculine name. Hair Shout
Eldest son of Fingolfin and second high king of the Noldor in Beleriand until his father’s death (S/60). His name is an adaptation of his Quenya name Findecáno which roughly means “Hair Shout” (PM/345), a combination of fîn “hair” and the suffix -gon seen in the several names (SA/fin, káno).
Conceptual Development: The name of this character was Fin(n)weg in the earliest Silmarillion drafts (SM/14), though the name Fingon appeared in later revisions of the Lays of Beleriand from the 1920s (LB/80). In Silmarillion drafts from the early 1930s, the name Finweg was consistently revised to Fingon (SM/89), and remained thus thereafter.
In the Etymologies from the 1930s, N. Fingon was given as a derivative of ᴹ✶Phindekāno containing ON. phinde “skill” and the suffixal form -gon of caun¹ “valour” (Ety/PHIN, KAN). Later Tolkien briefly considered revising this name to S. Fingorn “Revered Finwe” using the same final element as Aragorn, but quickly rejected this idea (PE17/113). He then considered various etymologies for Fingon using the roots √KUN(DU), √KON and √KAN, the last of which is given above.
Ingolnoun. Sindarized form of Q
prop. n. Sindarized form of Q. Ingoldo.
Feanornoun. Sindarized form of Q
prop. n. Sindarized form of Q. Feanór.
Glorfindelnoun. Sindarized form of Q
prop. n. Sindarized form of Q. Laurefin(de), Laurefindele. findel
ArnorSindarized form of Q
topon. Sindarized form of Q. Aranor 'kingly, chief land'. Pure Sindarin forme Ardor. Ardor
* FingonFingon (name)
Fingon's father-name was Findekáno (Q: "Skilled Hero", pron. N , V ). Fingon is the Sindarin version of his father-name.