Sindarin 


noun. 'Grey Pilgrim'

prop. n. 'Grey Pilgrim', a name of Gandalf. mith, randir

Sindarin [(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:47:60] _-_. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by


noun. grey wanderer

mith (“grey”) + ran (“wander, stray”) + dîr (“man, adult male”)

Sindarin [Tolkiendil] Group: Tolkiendil Compound Sindarin Names. Published by


masculine name. Grey Pilgrim, Grey Pilgrim, Grey Wanderer, Grey Wanderer, Pilgrim Grey

Sindarin name of Gandalf, translated “Grey Pilgrim” (LotR/670) or “Grey Wanderer” (LotR/827). This name is a combination of mith “grey” and randir “wanderer, pilgrim” (SA/mith, PE17/60, VT42/13).

Conceptual Development: When this name first appeared in Lord of the Rings drafts from the 1940s, it was already N. Mithrandir with the translations given above (TI/251).

Sindarin [LotR/0359.1701; LotR/0670.3001; LotR/0827.1103; LotR/1085.0111; LotRI/Gandalf.004; LotRI/Mithrandir.001; LRI/Mithrandir.001; PE17/047.1308; PE17/060.2302; PMI/Mithrandir.001; RC/758.3110; SA/mith.005; SA/ran.010; SI/Mithrandir.001; UT/242.3604; UT/392.0506; UT/397.3301; UTI/Mithrandir.001; VT42/13.2111] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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masculine name. Grey Wanderer/Pilgrim
Noldorin [TI/251.1501; TII/Mithrandir.001; WRI/Mithrandir.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by