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Prince of Doriath

Celeborn was a Prince of Doriath and a kinsman of Thingol, the King of Doriath. Celeborn was said to be the grandson of Thingol’s brother Elmo. Celeborn’s father was Galadhon and he had a brother named Galathil.

The name Celeborn means “Silver tree”, from the Sindarin words celeb (“silver”) and orn (“tree”). His original name was Teleporno, a Telerin name which means “Silver-high”, from Quenyan tyelpe (“silver”).

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Prince of Doriath

Celeborn was a Prince of Doriath and a kinsman of Thingol, the King of Doriath. Celeborn was said to be the grandson of Thingol’s brother Elmo. Celeborn’s father was Galadhon and he had a brother named Galathil.

The name Celeborn means “Silver tree”, from the Sindarin words celeb (“silver”) and orn (“tree”). His original name was Teleporno, a Telerin name which means “Silver-high”, from Quenyan tyelpe (“silver”).

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N a m á r i ë | Galadriel’s Song

Ah! like gold fall the leaves in the wind,
long years numberless as the wings of trees!
The years have passed like swift draughts
of the sweet mead in lofty halls beyond the West,
beneath the blue vaults of Varda wherein the stars
tremble in the song of her voice, holy and queenly.

Who now
shall refill the cup for me?

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L ó r i e n

Lórien is the fairest realm of the Elves remaining in Middle-earth during the Third Age.

Other Names: The Golden Wood, Valley of Singing Gold,
Lothlórien, Laurelindórinan, Lórinand (Valley of Gold), Dwimordene (by
the Rohirrim: ‘Vale of Illusion’).
In Unfinished Tales a footnote to The History of Galadriel
and Celeborn states “It may be noted that Treebeard interpreted
Lothlórien as ‘Dream-flower.”

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Estë

in the Gardens of Lorien


Estë was a one of the Valier and the wife of Irmo. She had the power to heal all hurts and weariness. Her favourite place was an island on the tree-shadowed lake of Lorellin in the Gardens of Lorien.

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Estë was a one of the Valier and the wife of Irmo. She had the power to heal all hurts and weariness. Her favourite place was an island on the tree-shadowed lake of Lórellin in the Gardens of Lórien.


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