Diamond "of Long Cleeve" Took was a Hobbit of the Shire.

Biography Edit

Diamond was born in the Long Cleeve in the Northfarthing to unnamed parents who were possibly one of the North-Tooks, descended from Bandobras "Bullroarer" Took. She became the wife of Thain Peregrin Took in the FO 6 (SR 1427) about eight years after the War of the Ring. She had one son Faramir, named for a Steward of Gondor. Her date of death is not known, but some people assume Diamond probably died sometime before the year FO 63 when Pippin left the Shire to live in Gondor.[1][2]

Portrayal in adaptations Edit

The Lord of the Rings trilogy Edit

Diamond was portrayed by Emma Deakin in the film adaptation of The Return of the King.

Translations around the world Edit

Foreign Language Translated name
Arabic الماس توك (Diamond Took)

الماس من لونغ كليف (Diamond of Long Cleeve)

Catalan Diamant Tuc (Diamond Took)

Diamant d'Esquerdallarga (Diamond of Long Cleeve)

Chinese 鑽石·圖克 (Diamond Took)

龍克理夫鑽石·圖克 (Diamond of Long Cleeve)

Finnish Timantti Touque (Diamond Took)

Suuralhon Timantti (Diamond of Long Cleeve)

German Dietmute Tuk (Diamond Took)

Dietmute aus Lang-Cleeve (Diamond of Long Cleeve)

Italian Diamante Tuc (Diamond Took)

Diamante di Lungo Squarcio (Diamond of Long Cleeve)

Polish Diamentem Tuk (Diamond Took)

Perła z Long Cleeve (Diamond of Long Cleeve)

Russian Бриллиана Тук

References Edit

  1. The Lord of the Rings: Appendix C, "Took of Great Smials"
  2. The Lord of the Rings: Appendix B, "Later events concerning the members of the Fellowship of the Ring"
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