Sindarin iT2#7T5

Caradhras

noun. red horn

caran (“red”) + ras (“horn, mountain peak”) Dhr is < n-r in secondary contact; the original form of ras is probably rass with the final s dropped at the end of a polysyllable [HKF].

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Caradhras

'Redhorn'

topon. 'Redhorn', a great mountain tapering upwards. Dw. Baraz-inbar.

Sindarin [(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:35-6] < S. _caran-rass_ ruddy-horn. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

caradhras

place name. Redhorn, Red-horn, ruddy-horn

Sindarin name of a peak in the Misty Mountains translated “Redhorn”, itself a translation of Kh. Barazinbar of the same meaning (LotR/283). This name is a combination of caran “red” and rass “horn”, with the dh appearing because [nr] became [ðr] in the phonological history of Sindarin (LotR/1113, PE17/36).

Conceptual Development: In Lord of the Rings drafts from the 1940s, Tolkien first considered and rejected the names N. Bliscarn and N. Carnbeleg before settling on N. Taragaer “Ruddyhorn” (RS/419, 433), with Taragaer also appearing in the Etymologies (Ety/TARÁK). In these early drafts, Tolkien also considered the names N. Caradras and Rhascaron (RS/433), and he eventually switched to Caradras >> Caradhras (TI/166), keeping the final name thereafter.

Sindarin [LotR/0283.1808; LotR/1113.2706; LotRI/Barazinbar.004; LotRI/Caradhras.001; LotRI/Redhorn.003; PE17/035.1902; PE17/036.0102; PE21/86.2011; RC/266.3904; RSI/Caradras.007; RSI/Taragaer.005; SA/caran.011; SA/ras.008; SDI1/Caradhras.001; TI/166.2306; TI/174.0701; TII/Caradras.002; UTI/Caradhras.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

caran-rass

place name. Redhorn

The archaic form of Caradhras; see that entry for further discussion.

Sindarin [LotR/1113.2709; PE17/036.0103; SA/caran.013; TI/174.0702] Group: Eldamo. Published by

* Caradhras

Redhorn

The name is Sindarin and means Redhorn. It is composed of caran "red" and ras "horn". As a compound, the contact of n next to r presents a phenomenon similar to prestanneth: Caran-ras is assimilated to Caradhras.

Barazinbar (or also Baraz) is the literal Khuzdul translation of "Redhorn".

Sindarin [Tolkien Gateway "Caradhras"] Published by

* Caradhras

Caradhras

The name is Sindarin and means Redhorn. It is composed of caran "red" and ras "horn". As a compound, the contact of n next to r presents a phenomenon similar to prestanneth: Caran-ras is assimilated to Caradhras. Barazinbar (or also Baraz) is the literal Khuzdul translation of "Redhorn".

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Khuzdûl

barazinbar

place name. Redhorn
Khuzdûl [LotR/0283.1804; LotRI/Barazinbar.001; LotRI/Caradhras.004; PE17/035.1804; PE17/035.3902; PMI/Barazinbar.001; RC/266.3807; TI/166.2302; TI/174.0310; TII/Barazinbar.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Noldorin 5^mY7T5

caradras

place name. Redhorn, Ruddihorn
Noldorin [Ety/DEN.014-2; Ety/RAS.021; LRI/Caradras.001; LRI/Taragaer.005; PMI/Barazinbar.003; PMI/Caradras.001; RS/433.0709; RSI/Caradras.001; TI/166.2505; TII/Caradras.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

rhascaron

place name. Redhorn

Earlier name of Caradhras “Redhorn” in Lord of the Rings drafts from the 1940s (RS/433). Its elements were reversed, with rhas “horn” first and caran “red” second.

Noldorin [RS/433.0802; RSI/Rhascaron.001; RSI/Rhascaron.006] Group: Eldamo. Published by