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Doriathrin

dol dúghol

place name. Dol Dúghol

An earlier name for Dol Guldur appearing in Lord of the Rings drafts from the 1940s (WR/122), with variations Dol Dúgol (TI/178) and Dol Dûghul (TI/244). The word dûghol appears an earlier rejected word for “sorcery” in The Etymologies (EtyAC/ÑGOL), so perhaps this word was originally intended to be Ilkorin.

Variations

  • Dol Dûgul ✧ PMI/Dol Guldur
  • Dol Dúghul ✧ PMI/Dol Guldur; TII/Dol Dúgol
  • Dol Dúgol ✧ PMI/Dol Guldur; TI/244; TI/296 (Dol Dúgol); TII/Dol Dúgol
  • Dol-Dúgol ✧ TI/178
  • Dol Dûghul ✧ TI/244; TI/296

Changes

  • Dol DûgulDol Guldur ✧ PMI/Dol Guldur
  • Dol DúghulDol Guldur ✧ PMI/Dol Guldur
  • Dol DúgolDol Dúghul ✧ PMI/Dol Guldur
  • Dol DúgolDol Dûghul ✧ TI/244
  • Dol DúgolDol Dûghul ✧ TI/296
  • Dol DúgolDol Dúghul ✧ TII/Dol Dúgol
  • Dol DúghulDol Guldur ✧ TII/Dol Dúgol
  • Dol DúgholDol Guldur ✧ WR/122

Elements

WordGloss
dol“head, *hill”
durgul“sorcery”
Doriathrin [PMI/Dol Guldur; TI/178; TI/244; TI/296; TII/Dol Dúgol; WR/122; WRI/Dol Dúghol] Group: Eldamo. Published by