A map showing Andram, and the surrounding lands

Andram was the long wall of hills that ran across Beleriand west to east for nearly three-hundred miles, according to The Atlas of Middle-earth, from Nargothrond to the Gates of Sirion and ending to Ramdal.

Its easternmost hill was Amon Ereb, which usually was not considered a part of Andram.[1]

Etymology Edit

Andram was a Sindarin word meaning 'long wall'.[2] And means long, and ram means wall.

Translations around the World Edit

Foreign Language Translated name
Amharic ዓንድራም ?
Arabic اندرام
Armenian Անդրամ
Belarusian Cyrillic Андрам
Bengali আন্দ্রাম
Bulgarian Cyrillic Андрам
Chinese (Hong Kong) 安德蘭姆
Georgian ანდრამი
Greek Ανδραμ
Gujarati એન્ડ્રમ
Hebrew אנדראם
Hindi आन्द्रम
Japanese アンドラム
Kannada ಆಂಡ್ರಮ್
Kazakh Андрэм (Cyrillic) Andrém (Latin)
Korean 안드람
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Андрам
Macedonian Cyrillic Андрам
Malayalam ആന്ദ്രം
Marathi अँड्राम
Mongolian Cyrillic Андрам
Nepalese आन्द्रम
Persian اندرام
Punjabi ਅਨ੍ਦ੍ਰਮ
Russian Андрам
Serbian Андрам (Cyrillic) Andram (Latin)
Sindhi اندرام
Sinhalese ඇන්ඩ්රාම්
Tajik Cyrillic Андрам
Tamil ஆந்த்ரம்
Telugu అందరం
Ukrainian Cyrillic Андрам
Urdu اندرام
Yiddish ײַנדראַם

References Edit

  1. The Atlas of Middle-earth, The First Age, The Elder Days, "Beleriand and the Lands to the North"
  2. The Complete Guide to Middle-earth
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