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'''Ezellohar''' was a green mound of grass near the western gate of [[Valmar]].
 
'''Ezellohar''' was a green mound of grass near the western gate of [[Valmar]].
   
==History==
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== History ==
   
Ezellohar was raised up and hallowed by [[Yavanna|Yavanna Kementári]] during the [[Years of the Trees|time before the sun]]. Here, she sat singing songs of power which rang through all the growing things. Then, [[Nienna]] appeared and wept and her tears watered the mound and afterwards the [[Two Trees]] of [[Valinor]], [[Telperion]] and [[Laurelin]] grew and stood.<ref>''[[The Silmarillion]], [[Quenta Silmarillion]],'' Chapter I: "[[Of the Beginning of Days]]"</ref> When the Two Trees were poisoned it was blackened. It remains as a part of the grave site of the two trees in Valinor until they rise again.<ref>''[[The Silmarillion]], [[Quenta Silmarillion]],'' Chapter VIII: "[[Of the Darkening of Valinor]]"</ref>
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Ezellohar was raised up and hallowed by [[Yavanna|Yavanna Kementári]] during the [[Years of the Trees|time before the sun]]. Here, she sat singing songs of power which rang through all the growing things. Then, [[Nienna]] appeared and wept, and her tears watered the mound and afterwards the [[Two Trees]] of [[Valinor]], [[Telperion]] and [[Laurelin]], grew and stood.<ref>''[[The Silmarillion]]'','' [[Quenta Silmarillion]]'', Chapter I: "[[Of the Beginning of Days]]"</ref> When the Two Trees were poisoned it was blackened. It remains as a part of the grave site of the two trees in Valinor until they rise again.<ref>''[[The Silmarillion]]'','' [[Quenta Silmarillion]]'', Chapter VIII: "[[Of the Darkening of Valinor]]"</ref>
   
==Etymology==
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== Etymology ==
   
Ezellohar was a [[Quenya]] word that meant "the green mound."<ref name=Complete>''[[The Complete Guide to Middle-earth]]''</ref>
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'''''Ezellohar''''' was a [[Quenya]] word that meant "the green mound."<ref name=Complete>''[[The Complete Guide to Middle-earth]]''</ref>
   
==Other Names==
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=== Other names ===
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This mound was also known as ''Corollairë'', ''Coron Oiolairë'', and the Green Mound.<ref name=Complete/>
   
Also known as Corollairë, Coron Oiolairë, and the Green Mound.<ref name=Complete>''[[The Complete Guide to Middle-earth]]''</ref>
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== Translations around the world ==
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| width="300" |'''Foreign Language'''
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| width="300" |'''Translated name'''
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|-
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|Amharic
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|ዐዘልሎሃር
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|-
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|Arabic
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|ازيللوهار
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|-
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|Belarusian Cyrillic
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|Езеллоhар
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|-
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|Bengali
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|এজিল্লহার
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|-
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|Bulgarian Cyrillic
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|Езеллохар
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|-
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|Georgian
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|ეზელოჰარი
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|-
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|Greek
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|Εζελλοχαρ
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|-
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|Gujarati
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|એઝેલહોહર
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|-
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|Hebrew
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|אזלוהאר
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|-
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|Hindi
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|ऐज़्ऐल्लोहर
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|-
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|Japanese
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|エゼロハル
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|-
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|Kannada
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|ಎಝೆಲ್ಲಾರ್
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|-
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|Kazakh
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|Езеллохар (Cyrillic) Ezellohar (Latin)
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|-
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|Kyrgyz Cyrillic
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|Эзэллоhар
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|-
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|Macedonian Cyrillic
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|Езелохар
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|-
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|Marathi
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|एझेलोहार
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|-
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|Mongolian Cyrillic
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|Езелоар
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|-
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|Nepalese
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|एज़ेल्लोहर
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|-
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|Pashto
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|ېزېللوهار
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|-
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|Persian
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|هزهللوهار
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|-
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|Punjabi
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|ਅਜ਼ੈਲੋਹਰ
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|-
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|Russian
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|Эзеллохар
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|-
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|Serbian
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|Езеллохар (Cyrillic) Ezellohar (Latin)
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|-
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|Sinhalese
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|එසෙලෝහාර්
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|-
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|Tamil
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|எஸிலோஹர்
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|-
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|Tajik Cyrillic
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|Энгеллохар ?
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|-
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|Telugu
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|ఏజీల్లోహర్
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|-
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|Ukrainian Cyrillic
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|Езелохар
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|-
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|Urdu
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|ازیللوحر
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|-
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|Uzbek
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|Езеллоҳар (Cyrillic) Ezellohar (Latin)
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|-
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|Yiddish
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|ײזעללאָהאַר
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|}
   
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==References==
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== References ==
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==External link==
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Latest revision as of 07:06, July 26, 2019

Ezellohar was a green mound of grass near the western gate of Valmar.

History Edit

Ezellohar was raised up and hallowed by Yavanna Kementári during the time before the sun. Here, she sat singing songs of power which rang through all the growing things. Then, Nienna appeared and wept, and her tears watered the mound and afterwards the Two Trees of Valinor, Telperion and Laurelin, grew and stood.[1] When the Two Trees were poisoned it was blackened. It remains as a part of the grave site of the two trees in Valinor until they rise again.[2]

Etymology Edit

Ezellohar was a Quenya word that meant "the green mound."[3]

Other names Edit

This mound was also known as Corollairë, Coron Oiolairë, and the Green Mound.[3]

Translations around the world Edit

Foreign Language Translated name
Amharic ዐዘልሎሃር
Arabic ازيللوهار
Belarusian Cyrillic Езеллоhар
Bengali এজিল্লহার
Bulgarian Cyrillic Езеллохар
Georgian ეზელოჰარი
Greek Εζελλοχαρ
Gujarati એઝેલહોહર
Hebrew אזלוהאר
Hindi ऐज़्ऐल्लोहर
Japanese エゼロハル
Kannada ಎಝೆಲ್ಲಾರ್
Kazakh Езеллохар (Cyrillic) Ezellohar (Latin)
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Эзэллоhар
Macedonian Cyrillic Езелохар
Marathi एझेलोहार
Mongolian Cyrillic Езелоар
Nepalese एज़ेल्लोहर
Pashto ېزېللوهار
Persian هزهللوهار
Punjabi ਅਜ਼ੈਲੋਹਰ
Russian Эзеллохар
Serbian Езеллохар (Cyrillic) Ezellohar (Latin)
Sinhalese එසෙලෝහාර්
Tamil எஸிலோஹர்
Tajik Cyrillic Энгеллохар ?
Telugu ఏజీల్లోహర్
Ukrainian Cyrillic Езелохар
Urdu ازیللوحر
Uzbek Езеллоҳар (Cyrillic) Ezellohar (Latin)
Yiddish ײזעללאָהאַר

References Edit

  1. The Silmarillion, Quenta Silmarillion, Chapter I: "Of the Beginning of Days"
  2. The Silmarillion, Quenta Silmarillion, Chapter VIII: "Of the Darkening of Valinor"
  3. 3.0 3.1 The Complete Guide to Middle-earth
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Regions of the Valar
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Other Regions
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Mountains and Passes
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Bodies of Water
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