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The Carrock

Carrock was a stony eyot in the upper reaches of the River Anduin, to the north of the Old Ford a few miles west of Beorn's farmstead.

HistoryEdit

The stairs had been built by Beorn who sometimes would be seen climbing to the top in the form of a bear to look at the Moon or the Misty Mountains. During their journey to the Lonely Mountain, Thorin and Company were housed there overnight by the Eagles before they went to see Beorn.[1]

Gandalf states that the steps from the base of the rock to the flat top were made by Beorn and that "Carrock" is Beorn's name for it.[2]

EtymologyEdit

The word Carrock is somewhat of a linguistical joke on Tolkien's part; in Anglo-Saxon carr means "rock" and in Welsh, carreg also means "rock, stone".[citation needed]

GalleryEdit

Translations around the worldEdit

Foreign Language Translated name
Amharic ጫርሮችክ
Arabic كارروك
Armenian Ծառոծկ
Belarusian Cyrillic Карроцк
Bengali চার্রচ্ক
Bulgarian Cyrillic Царроцк
Czech Skalbal
Estonian Karurahn
Georgian ქარაფი
Greek Καρροκκ
Gujarati ચર્રોચ્ક
Hindi चर्रोच्क
Italian Carroccia
Kannada ಕರಾಕ್
Kazakh Каррок (Cyrillic) Karrock (Latin)
Korean 케럭
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Карроцк
Macedonian Cyrillic Карроцк
Marathi चर्रोच्क
Mongolian Cyrillic Карроцк
Norwegian Karokken
Vardnuten
Drangsnyken
Nepalese चर्रोच्क
Pashto چاړوچک
Persian چارروچک
Punjabi ਕਾਰਟਰੌਕ
Portuguese (Brazil) Carrocha (The Hobbit translation)
Carrock (posthumous works translations)
Portuguese (Portugal) Carrock
Russian Каррок
Sanskrit चर्रोच्क्
Serbian Карок (Cyrillic) Karok (Latin)
Sinhalese චර්‍රොච්ක්
Spanish (Spain and Latin America) Carroca
Tajik Cyrillic Каррочк
Tamil சறொச்க்
Telugu చర్రొచ్క
Turkish Vagonkaya
Ukrainian Cyrillic Царроцк
Urdu چاڑوچک
Uzbek Чаррочк (Cyrillic) Charrochk (Latin)

ReferencesEdit

  1. The Hobbit, Chapter VI: "Out of the Frying-Pan into the Fire"
  2. The Hobbit, Chapter VII: "Queer Lodgings"