Sindarin 


noun. land of seven rivers

od (from odog, Q otso “seven”) + sîr (“river”) + and (commonly used suffix in the names of regions and countries)

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


place name. 'Land of Seven Rivers'

topon. 'Land of Seven Rivers'.

Sindarin [(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:81] -. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by


place name. Land of Seven Rivers

A region in eastern Beleriand translated Ossiriand glossed “Land of Seven Rivers” (S/94), a reduction of primitive otoso “seven” combined with sîr “river” and the suffix -ian(d) “-land” (RC/384).

Conceptual Development: In the earliest Silmarillion drafts from the 1930s, this name first appeared as Assariad (SM/133) and on early maps as Ossiriath “of the Seven Rivers” (SM/233), but was soon revised to N. Ossiriand “Land of Seven Streams” (SM/116), the form it retained thereafter. Later in the 1930s its gloss was changed to “Land of Seven Rivers” (LR/128).


sîr“river, stream”
-ian(d)“-land, country”
Sindarin [LotR/0469; LotRI/Ossiriand; LT2I/Ossiriand; MRI/Ossiriand; PE17/081; PMI/Ossiriand; RC/384; S/094; SA/sîr; SI/Ossiriand; UTI/Ossiriand; WJI/Ossiriand] Group: Eldamo. Published by


beleriand, elf of

(i Núnedhel), pl. *Dúnedhil*** (i Ndúnedhil*) (WJ:378, 386)*