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Belthronding was the bow of Beleg Cúthalion.

History

Belthronding was a bow of black yew-wood. Beleg might have gotten the name "Strongbow" from Belthronding. It was buried with him by Túrin and Gwindor after the accidental slaying of Beleg at the hands of Túrin, his friend.[2]

Etymology

In Sindarin, Belthronding is comprised of the words bel ("strong"), staran or thron ("stiff, hard"), and ding ("an onomatopoeic variant of ting").[3]

Other versions of the legendarium

In earlier writings, the great bow of Beleg was called "Balthronding".[4]

Translations

Foreign Language Translated name
Amharic በልጥሮንዲንግ
Arabic بيلتهروندينع
Armenian Բելտհրոնդինգ
Belarusian Cyrillic Белтрондінг
Bengali বেলতরন্দিঙ
Bulgarian Cyrillic Белтрондинг
Chinese 贝尔斯隆丁
Georgian ბელთრონდინგი
Greek Βελρονδινγ
Gujarati બેલ્થ્રોન્ડિંગ
Hebrew בלתרונדינג
Hindi बेलथरोन्दिङ
Japanese ベルトロンディング
Kannada ಬೆಲ್ಥ್ರೊಂಡಿಂಗ್
Kazakh Бельтрондінг (Cyrillic) Beltronding (Latin)
Korean 벨트론딩
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Бэлтhрондинг
Macedonian Cyrillic Белтрондинг
Marathi बेल्थ्रॉन्डिंग
Mongolian Cyrillic Белтрондинг
Nepalese बेल्थ्रोन्दिङ
Pashto بېلتهروندینګ
Persian بلتروندینگ
Russian Белтрондинг
Sanskrit बेल्थ्रोन्दिङ्
Serbian Белтхрондинг (Cyrillic) Belthronding (Latin)
Sinhalese බෙල්ථ්‍රොඳිඞ්
Tajik Cyrillic Белтҳрондинг
Tamil பெள்தரொந்திங்
Telugu బెల్థ్రొన్దిఙ
Turkish Beltronding
Ukrainian Cyrillic Белтрондінґ
Urdu بیلتھروندینگ
Uzbek Белтҳрондинг (Cyrillic) Belthronding (Latin)
Yiddish בעלטהראָנדינג


References

  1. The History of Middle-earth, Vol. 3: The Lays of Beleriand, I: "The Lay of the Children of Húrin"
  2. The Silmarillion, Quenta Silmarillion, Chapter XXI: "Of Túrin Turambar"
  3. The History of Middle-earth, Vol. 5: The Lost Road and Other Writings, Part Three: "The Etymologies"
  4. The History of Middle-earth, Vol. 3: The Lays of Beleriand, I: "The Lay of the Children of Húrin", Notes
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