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Dor-en-Ernil, also known as the Land of the Prince, was one of Gondor's most southerly coastal regions. [1]

It was located north of Harondor, and was often used as a road for the armies of Gondor and Dol Amroth. The name is a presumable reference to the Princes of Dol Amroth, subjects to the Kings of Gondor, who ruled the lands from the Ringló to the Gilrain. Besides that, the lands of Dor-en-Ernil had their own lords. The lands of Dor-en-Ernil were the ones between an unspecified mountainous area and the Gilrain, although Christopher Tolkien suspects the regions Belfalas and the Land of the Prince to be the same. The borders of this region were not specified by Tolkien himself.



Foreign Language Translated name
Arabic دور أون إرنيل
Armenian Դոր-են-Երնիլ
Belarusian Cyrillic Дор-ан-Эрніль
Bengali দোর-এন-এরনিল
Bulgarian Cyrillic Дор-ан-Ернил
Chinese 多爾恩俄尼爾
Danish Dor-en-Ernil ("Prinsens land")
Georgian დორ-ენ-ერნელი
Greek Ντορ-εν-Έρνιλ
Gujarati ડોર-એન-એર્નીલ
Hebrew דור אן ארניל
Hindi डोर-एन-एर्निल
Kannada ಡೋರ್-ಎನ್-ಎರ್ನಿಲ್
Kazakh Дор-ан-Эрнил (Cyrillic) Dor-an-Érnïl (Latin)
Korean 도르 앙 르닐
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Дор-ан-Эрнил
Marathi दोर-एन-एर्निल
Mongolian Cyrillic Дор-эн-Эрнил
Nepalese डोर्-एन्-एर्निल
Persian دور-ان-ارنیل
Punjabi ਡੋਰ-ਏਨ-ਅਰਨੀਲ
Russian Дор-эн-Эрниль
Sinhalese ඩෝර්-එන්-අර්නිල්
Tajik Cyrillic Дор-ен-Эрнил
Tamil டோர்-என்-எர்னில்
Tatar Дор-ан-Эрнил
Telugu దోర్-ఎం-రాణి
Thai ดอร์-เอน-แอร์นิล
Ukrainian Cyrillic Дор-ен-Ерніл
Urdu ڈور-این-ارنیل
Yiddish דאָר-ען-ערניל


  1. The Lord of the Rings, The Return of the King, "Map of Rohan, Gondor, and Mordor"
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