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Carchost was one of the two Towers of the Teeth built by the Men of Gondor for defence against the servants of the Dark Lord but later abandoned by them and occupied by their enemies.

This tower, along with Narchost, overlooks the Black Gate of Mordor, and is situated on one side of Cirith Gorgor, the Haunted Pass, on a hill that is at the extreme western end of the Ered Lithui.

Etymology

The name Carchost means "Fang Tower" in Sindarin.

Portrayal in adaptions

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor

in Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, Carchost was described to have been built by Gondor with the use of prison labour following the Battle of Dagorlad.

Translations

Foreign Language Translated name
Arabic كارشوست
Belarusian Cyrillic Кархост
Bengali কার্চোস্ট
Bulgarian Cyrillic Кархост
Danish Carchost ("Hugtandstårnet")
Georgian ხარჰოსთ
Greek Κάρκοστ
Gujarati કર્કોસ્ટ
Hebrew קארכוסט
Japanese カルコホスト
Kannada ಕಾರ್‌ಕೋಸ್ಟ್
Korean 카초 스트
Macedonian Cyrillic Кархост
Marathi कार्कोस्ट
Punjabi ਕਾਰਹੋਸਟ
Russian Кархост
Serbian Кархост (Cyrillic) Karhost (Latin)
Tajik Cyrillic Карчост
Telugu కార్చోస్ట్
Ukrainian Cyrillic Каркост

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