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Lake Mithrim was a great lake in the land of Mithrim in Hithlum.

History

Lake Mithrim was where on the second year of the sun where the Ñoldor first dwelt in Middle-earth: the Sons of Fëanor on the northern shore and Fingolfin's host on the southern shore.[1]

It was fed by three streams coming from the Ered Wethrin.[2]

Etymology

The Sindarin word Mithrim consists of mith meaning 'grey' and rim meaning 'folk'.[3]

Translations

Foreign Language Translated name
Afrikaans Mithrim-Meer
Albanian Liqen Mithrim
Amharic ባሕር ሚጥሪም
Arabic بحيرة ميثريم
Armenian Լիճ Միտհրիմ
Azerbaijani Mithrim gölü
Balinese Danu Mithrim
Basque Aintzira Mithrim
Belarusian Cyrillic Возера Мітрім
Bengali মিথ্রিএম হ্রদ
Bosnian Jezero Mithrim
Breton Lenn Mithrim
Bulgarian Cyrillic Езеро Митхрим
Catalan Llac Mithrim
Cebuano Linaw Mithrim
Chichewa Nyanja Mithrim
Chinese (Hong Kong) 米斯林湖
Chinese (Min Nan) Mithrim Ô
Cornish Lydn Mithrim
Corsican Lago Mithrim
Croatian Jezero Mithrim
Czech Mithrimské jezero
Danish Mithrimsø
Dutch Mithrim-Meer
Esperanto Lago-Mithrim
Estonian Mithrim järv
Faroese Mithrimvatn
Filipino Dagat-dagatan Mithrim
Finnish Mithrimjärvi
French Lac Mithrim
Galician Lago Mithrim
Georgian მითჰრიმ ტბა
German Mithrim-See
Greek Λίμνη Μιθριμ
Gujarati ળકે મિથ્રિમ
Haitian Creole Lak Mithrim
Hausa Tafki Mithrim
Hebrew אגם מיתרים
Hindi झील मिथ्रिम
Hungarian Mithrim-tó
Icelandic Mithrim-vatn
Indonesian Danau Mithrim
Irish Gaelic Loch Mithrim
Italian Lago Mithrim
Javanese Tlaga Mithrim
Kannada ಲೇಕ್ ಮಿತ್ರಿಂ
Kazakh Мітрім Көл (Cyrillic) Mitrim Köl (Latin)
Kurdish Gol Mithrim (Latin)
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Митрим Көл
Latin Lacus Mithrim
Latvian Mithrim ezers
Lithuanian Mithrim ežeras
Luxembourgish Séi Mithrim
Macedonian Cyrillic Езеро Митрим
Malaysian Tasik Mithrim
Malagasy Farihy Mithrim
Malayalam തടാകം മിത്രിം
Maltese Għadira-Mithrim
Manx Mithrim Lough
Marathi लेक मिठ्रीम
Mongolian Cyrillic Нуур Митрим
Nepalese ताल मिथ्रिम
Norwegian Mithrim Sjøen
Novial Lago Mithrim
Occitan Lac Mithrim
Persian دریاچه میتریم
Polish Jezioro Mithrim
Portuguese Lago Mithrim
Romanian Lacul Mithrim
Romansh Lai Mithrim
Russian Озеро Митрим
Samoan Lepa Mithrim
Scots Loch Mithrim
Scottish Gaelic Loch Mithrim
Serbian Језеро Митхрим (Cyrillic) Jezero Mithrim (Latin)
Sinhalese විල මිථ්‍රිම්
Shona Nyanza Mithrim
Slovak Mithrimské jazero
Slovenian Mithrimsko jezero
Somalian Gudubno Mithrim
Spanish Lago Mithrim
Sundanese Dano Mithrim
Swahili Ziwa Mithrim
Swedish Mithrimsjön
Tamil மித்ஹ்ரிம் ஏரி
Tajik Cyrillic Кӯл Митрим
Tatar Митрим Күл
Telugu ళకె మిథ్రిమ
Turkish Mithrim Gölü
Turkmen Mithrim Köl
Ukrainian Cyrillic Озеро Мітрім
Urdu جھیل ماٹہرام
Uzbek Лаке Митҳрим (Cyrillic) Ko'l Mithrim (Latin)
Vietnamese Hồ Mithrim
Welsh Llyn Mithrim
Xhosa Ichibi Mithrim
Yiddish אזערע מיטהרים
Yoruba Adágún Mithrim
Zazaki Mithrim Gol
Zulu Ichibi Mithrim


Lakes of Arda

Bywater Pool | Forbidden Pool | Gollum's lake | Great Lake | Kheled-zâram (Mirrormere) | Lake Evendim | Lake Helevorn | Lake Mithrim | Linaewen | Long Lake | Lórellin | Nen Hithoel | Nísinen | Tarn Aeluin



References

  1. The Silmarillion, Quenta Silmarillion, Chapter IX: "Of the Flight of the Noldor"
  2. The Atlas of Middle-earth, The First Age, The Elder Days, "Beleriand and the Lands to the North"
  3. The Complete Guide to Middle-earth
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