Sindarin 

dol(l)

noun. head, hill

Derivations

  • ᴹ√NDOL “*head”

Element in

  • S. Cardolan “?Red Hill Land”
  • S. Dol Amroth “*Hill of Amroth”
  • S. Dol Baran “*Bare Hill” ✧ PE17/036; RC/433
  • S. Dol Guldur “Hill of Sorcery” ✧ PE17/032; PE17/036; SA/dol
  • S. Dolmed “Wet Head” ✧ SA/dol
  • S. Dol Tarlang “Tarlang’s Head” ✧ RC/536
  • S. Fanuidhol “Cloudyhead” ✧ PE17/036; PE17/173; RC/268; RGEO/66; SA/dol
  • S. Glórindol “Goldenhead” ✧ SA/dol
  • S. Mindolluin “Towering Blue-head” ✧ SA/dol
  • S. Nardol “Fire-hilltop” ✧ SA/dol

Variations

  • dol ✧ PE17/032; PE17/036; PE17/173; RC/268; SA/dol
  • doll ✧ PE17/032; PE17/036
  • Dol ✧ RC/433; RC/536
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doll

head

_ n. _head (often applied to hills or mountains that had _not _a sharp apex). >> -dhol, dol, Dol-fanui, Fanuidhol

Sindarin [(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:32:36] -. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

dol

noun. head

Sindarin [Ety/376, S/430, RC/268] Group: SINDICT. Published by

dol

noun. hill or mountain

Sindarin [Ety/376, S/430, RC/268] Group: SINDICT. Published by

dol

head

_ n. _head (often applied to hills or mountains that had _not _a sharp apex). >> -dhol, doll, Dol-fanui, Fanuidhol

Sindarin [(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:32:36:173] -. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

-dhol

head

_ suff. _head (often applied to hills or mountains that had _not _a sharp apex). >> Fanuidhol

Sindarin [(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:36] < S. _dol/doll_ head (often applied to hills or mountains that had _not _a sharp apex). Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

dôl

head

dôl (i dhôl, construct dol) (hill), pl. dŷl (i nŷl). Note: In the Etymologies, this word was derived from a root with initial nd- (NDOL), which would make the mutations different (i nôl, pl. i ndŷl). However, the later name Fanuidhol "Cloudyhead" apparently indicates that the lenited form of this d was later to be dh (whereas it would be n if the former derivation had been maintained).