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Leaving [[Fangorn forest]], the river flowed past the [[The Wold|Wold of Rohan]], and then headed south, dividing Rohan into [[Westemnet]] and [[Eastemnet]]. At the latitude of [[Edoras]] it was joined by the river [[Snowbourn]], and then flowed west towards [[Anduin]], which it joined just south of the [[Falls of Rauros]], in the huge inland delta known as the ''Mouths of the Entwash''. The [[Mering Stream]] or ''Glanhír'' met one of the Entwashes' arms there. The influence of water was so great that at the other end of the Anduin the marshes of [[Nindalf]] (Wetwang) and the [[Dead Marshes]] arose.
 
Leaving [[Fangorn forest]], the river flowed past the [[The Wold|Wold of Rohan]], and then headed south, dividing Rohan into [[Westemnet]] and [[Eastemnet]]. At the latitude of [[Edoras]] it was joined by the river [[Snowbourn]], and then flowed west towards [[Anduin]], which it joined just south of the [[Falls of Rauros]], in the huge inland delta known as the ''Mouths of the Entwash''. The [[Mering Stream]] or ''Glanhír'' met one of the Entwashes' arms there. The influence of water was so great that at the other end of the Anduin the marshes of [[Nindalf]] (Wetwang) and the [[Dead Marshes]] arose.
   
[[Image:MouthsOfEntwashLOTRO.jpg|thumb|left|The Mouths of the Entwash as seen from [[Amon Hen]] in [[The Lord of the Rings Online]].]]
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[[Image:MouthsOfEntwashLOTRO.jpg|thumb|right|The Mouths of the Entwash as seen from [[Amon Hen]] in [[The Lord of the Rings Online]].]]
   
 
The Entwash was named for the [[Ents]] (Onodrim) of [[Fangorn forest|Fangorn]], but the origin of the name was largely forgotten by the [[Rohirrim]].
 
The Entwash was named for the [[Ents]] (Onodrim) of [[Fangorn forest|Fangorn]], but the origin of the name was largely forgotten by the [[Rohirrim]].
   
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==Portrayal in Adaptations==
 
===Translations around the World===
 
===Translations around the World===
   

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The Entwash

The Entwash was a great river in Rohan, notable for its huge inland delta.

The Entwash, a translation of the Sindarin name Onodló, had its sources in the springs that arose on Mount Methedras, the southernmost peak of the Misty Mountains, near Treebeard's home.

Leaving Fangorn forest, the river flowed past the Wold of Rohan, and then headed south, dividing Rohan into Westemnet and Eastemnet. At the latitude of Edoras it was joined by the river Snowbourn, and then flowed west towards Anduin, which it joined just south of the Falls of Rauros, in the huge inland delta known as the Mouths of the Entwash. The Mering Stream or Glanhír met one of the Entwashes' arms there. The influence of water was so great that at the other end of the Anduin the marshes of Nindalf (Wetwang) and the Dead Marshes arose.

MouthsOfEntwashLOTRO

The Mouths of the Entwash as seen from Amon Hen in The Lord of the Rings Online.

The Entwash was named for the Ents (Onodrim) of Fangorn, but the origin of the name was largely forgotten by the Rohirrim.

Portrayal in Adaptations

Translations around the World

Foreign Language Translated name
Portuguese (Brazil) Entágua
Portuguese (Portugal) Água dos Ents
Spanish (Spain and Latin America) Entaguas
Italian Entalluvio
French Entalluve
German Entwasser


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