The river Lefnui was counted as first of the Seven Rivers of Gondor.

Lefnui began in the south-western valleys of the Starkhorn peak of the White Mountains, and flowed south-west parallel to the mountain range. Becoming a great and wide river, it entered the Bay of Belfalas at the end of the Anfalas region of Gondor, in a bay of its own. West of the river's mouth lay the long cape of Andrast.

According to Karen Wynn Fonstad's The Atlas of Middle-earth, the river is over two-hundred miles in length.[1]

Translations

Foreign Language Translated name
Amharic ለፍኑኢ
Arabic ليفنوي
Armenian Լեֆնուի
Belarusian Cyrillic Лефнуі
Bengali লেফনুই
Bulgarian Cyrillic Лефнуи
Chinese (Hong Kong) 萊夫紐河
Georgian ლეფნუი
Greek Λεφνυι
Gujarati લેફનુઇ
Hebrew לפנואי
Hindi ळेफ़्नुइ
Japanese レフヌイ
Kannada ಲೆಫ್ನುಯಿ
Kazakh Лефнұі (Cyrillic) Lefnui (Latin)
Korean 레프 누이
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Лэфнуи
Laotian ລເຝນຸິ
Macedonian Cyrillic Лефнуи
Malayalam ളെഫ്നുഇ
Marathi लेफ्नूई
Mongolian Cyrillic Лефнуи
Nepalese ळेफ़्नुइ
Pashto لېفنوی
Persian لهفنوی ?
Punjabi ਲੇਫਨੁਈ
Russian Лефнуи
Serbian Лефнуи (Cyrillic) Lefnui (Latin)
Sinhalese ලෙෆ්නුයි
Tajik Cyrillic Лефнуи
Telugu లెఫ్నూయి
Ukrainian Cyrillic Лефнуі
Uzbek Лефнуи (Cyrillic) Lefnui (Latin)
Yiddish לעפנוי


References

  1. The Atlas of Middle-earth, Regional Maps, "The White Mountains"
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