Cabed-en-Aras was a deep gorge near Brethil through which the river Taeglin ran.

History Edit

Cabed-en-Aras was known for being the place where Túrin slew Glaurung when the dragon was trying to get through the ravine to attack Brethil. Later both were found by Nienor, and as a result of Glaurung's machinations, she cast herself down the ravine, which was then named by Túrin the Cabed Naeramarth, the Leap of Dreadful Doom.[1] The spot was later considered haunted, and even animals did not come there.[2]

Etymology Edit

Cabed-en-Aras was Sindarin[3] for Leap of the Deer.[citation needed]

Translations around the world Edit

Foreign Language Translated name
Amharic ጫበድ፡አን፡ዓራስ
Armenian Ծաբեդ-են-Արաս
Belarusian Cyrillic Цабед-ен-Арас
Bengali চাবেদ্-এন্-আরাস
Bulgarian Cyrillic Цабед-ен-Арас
Dari چابهدءهنء اراس
Georgian კაბედ-ენ-არასი
Gujarati કેબેડ-એન-રાસ
Hebrew שאבידעינעאראס
Hindi चबेद्-एन्-आरस
Kannada ಕ್ಯಾಬೆಡ್-ಎಂ-ಅರಸ್
Kazakh Cyrillic Цабед-ен-Арас
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Цабэд-эн-Арас ?
Macedonian Cyrillic Цабед-ен-Арас
Mongolian Cyrillic Цабед-ен-Арас
Marathi चबेद्-एन्-आरस
Nepalese चबेद्-एन्-आरस
Persian چابهدءهنءاراس ?
Russian Кабед-эн-Арас
Sanskrit चबेद्-एन्-आरस्
Serbian Кабед-ен-Арас (Cyrillic) Cabed-en-Aras (Latin)
Sinhalese චබෙද්-එන්-ආරස්
Tajik Cyrillic Чабед-ен-Арас
Tamil சபெத்-எந்-ஆரஸ் ?
Telugu చబెద-ఎన్-అరస్
Ukrainian Cyrillic Цабед-ен-Арас
Urdu چابےدءےنء اراس
Uyghur چابەد-ەن-ئراس
Uzbek Чабед-ен-Арас (Cyrillic) Cabed-en-Aras (Latin)
Yiddish קאַבעד-ענ-אַראַס

References Edit

  1. The Silmarillion, Quenta Silmarillion, Chapter XXI: "Of Túrin Turambar"
  2. Unfinished Tales, "Narn i Chîn Húrin (The Lay of the Children of Húrin)"
  3. The Complete Guide to Middle-earth
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