bar (“house”) + en (gen. article) + #dan (“back”) +#gwedh (“bond”) #We would expect it to be Bar-e-Ndanwedh, but this could be a dialectal variant of the name
noun. house of ransom
place name. House of Ransom
The name that Mîm gave to his home after he was forced to give it to Túrin in exchange for his life, translated “House of Ransom” (S/203). The initial element of the name is bâr “house” (SA/bar), followed by en “of” and danwedh “ransom”.
Word Gloss bâr “home, house, dwelling, home, house, dwelling; [N.] earth” en “of the” danwedh “ransom”