This article is about the Dain I, son of Náin II. For the the King under the Mountain, see Dain II Ironfoot.

Dáin I was a Dwarf and a King of Durin's Folk in the Third Age. He was the son of Náin II and had a younger brother, Borin. He had three sons: Thrór, Frór, and Grór.

Biography Edit

Dain's Halls

Dáin's Halls

During Dáin I's reign, attacks by dragons including the "Great Cold Drake" on Dwarven mines in the Grey Mountains continued. In TA 2589, Dáin I and his second son Frór were slain at the doors of their hall by a Cold-Drake. He was the last King of Durin's Folk to live in the Grey Mountains; shortly after Dáin I was laid to rest in the tombs of the mountain halls, the Grey Mountains were abandoned by the Dwarves.

Dáin I was succeeded by his son Thrór, who returned to the Lonely Mountain and unsuccessfully attempted to reclaim Moria. His younger son Grór founded his own realm in the Iron Hills.[1]

See also Edit

House of DurinEdit

Dáin I
Thráin II
Thorin II
Dáin II Ironfoot
Thorin III

Translations around the world Edit

Foreign Language Translated name
Arabic ضاين الأول
Armenian Դաին I
Belarusian Cyrillic Даін I
Bengali ডাইন প্রথম ?
Bulgarian Cyrillic Дайн I
Chinese 丹恩一世
Georgian დაინ I
Greek Δαιν Α΄
Gujarati ડૈન પહેલું
Hebrew דאינ הראשון
Hindi ड्ऐन प्रथम
Japanese ダイン 1世
Kannada ಡೈನ್ ಪ್ರಥಮ
Kazakh Cyrillic Даін I
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Даин I
Macedonian Cyrillic Даин I
Marathi डैन पहिला
Mongolian Cyrillic Даин I
Nepalese डैन पहिलो
Pashto ضاین لمړی ?
Persian ضاین یکم ?
Punjabi ਡੈਨ ਪਹਿਲੀ
Russian Даин I
Serbian Даин I (Cyrillic) Dain I (Latin)
Tajik Cyrillic Даин I
Telugu డైన ప్రధమ
Thai ดาอิน 1
Ukrainian Cyrillic Дейн I
Urdu داان پہلہ
Uzbek Даин I (Cyrillic) Dain I (Latin)
Yiddish דאַין דער ערשטער
King of Durin's Folk
Preceded by
Náin II
Dáin I Succeeded by
TA 2585 - TA 2589

References Edit

  1. The Complete Guide to Middle-earth
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