Rhona Beare asked another set of questions to Tolkien regarding The Lord of the Rings:
- According to Tolkien, Aragorn's boast in The Steward and the King referred to his paternal ancestry, which Aragorn considered to be "unmingled" Númenórean ancestry.
- In Treebeard (chapter), Treebeard was using ancient Elvish words mixed up in Entish fashion.
- Mae govannen meant "Well met".
- Treebeard's greeting to Celeborn and Galadriel in Many Partings meant "O beautiful ones, parents of beautiful children".
- Tolkien translated parts of the song of praise "The Field of Cormallen".
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