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Fram was the son of Frumgar and the fourth Lord of the Éothéod.

Biography

Fram and his people lived in the far northern part of the Wilderland just below the Grey Mountains in mid-Third Age. He was most famous for slaying the evil worm Scatha in TA 2000. Afterwards he claimed the Dragon's treasure horde which the Dwarves believed rightfully belonged to them. Knowing this, he sent back to them a necklace made from the teeth of Scatha along with a message that the Dwarves found insulting. His fate is unspecified.

He may have founded the Éothéod capital of Framsburg.[1][2]

Portrayal in adaptations

Fram in The Lord of the Rings Online

In The Lord of the Rings Online Fram appear in a series of flashbacks narrating the history of Éothéod. When Scatha attacked Framsburg, Frumgar lost the use of his sword-arm, after which Fram swore revenge and hunted Scatha alone for two years. Frumgar died shortly after Fram returned with Scatha's treasure, while Fram himself was not killed by Dwarves, but by the servants of the Enemy who made it look like Dwarves were involved to sow dissent in the North. Fram left three sons, Gifica, Gundamári and Gisilhári. None of them were at age at the time of Fram's death and the two eldest died in battles against Orcs.

Translations

Foreign Language Translated name
Arabic فرام
Armenian Ֆրամ
Belarusian Cyrillic Фрам
Bengali ফ্রাম
Bulgarian Cyrillic Фрам
Chinese 存储器
Georgian ფრამი
Greek Φραμ
Gujarati ફ્રેમ
Hebrew פראם
Hindi फ्रैम
Japanese フラム
Kannada ಫ್ರಮ್
Kazakh Фрам (Cyrillic) Fram (Latin)
Korean 프레임 ?
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Фрам
Laotian ຟຣະມ
Macedonian Cyrillic Фрам
Malayalam ഫ്രാം
Marathi फ्रॅम
Mongolian Cyrillic Фрим
Pashto فرام
Persian فرام
Punjabi ਫਰਾਮ
Russian Фрам
Serbian Фрам (Cyrillic) Fram (Latin)
Sinhalese ෆ්රම්
Tajik Cyrillic Фрам
Tamil ப்ரம்
Telugu ఫ్రామ్
Thai ฟระม
Ukrainian Cyrillic Фрам
Urdu فرام
Uzbek Фрам (Cyrillic) Fram (Latin)
Yiddish פֿראַם
Lord of the Éothéod
Preceded by
Frumgar
Fram Succeeded by
Unknown, eventually Léod
TA 2001 - TA ?


References

  1. The Lord of the Rings, Appendix A: Annals of the Kings and Rulers, II: The House of Eorl
  2. Unfinished Tales, Part Three: The Third Age, II: "Cirion and Eorl and the Friendship of Gondor and Rohan"
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