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Lindo was a Ñoldor Elf of Tol Eressëa, and the owner and keeper of the Cottage of Lost Play in early stages of J.R.R. Tolkien's mythology.

Biography

Lindo lived in the cottage with his wife Vairë where they both entertained many visitors, including the Man Ælfwine (Eriol) who visited there.

He was known to be very wise in many things[1], and once told to Eriol the tale of the Sun and Moon's creation.

Translations

Foreign Language Translated name
Amharic ሊንዶ
Arabic ليندو
Armenian Լինդո
Belarusian Cyrillic Ліндо
Bengali লিন্ডো
Bulgarian Cyrillic Линдо
Chinese 林多
Georgian ლინდოი
Greek Λινδο
Gujarati લિન્ડો
Hebrew לינדו
Hindi लिंडो
Japanese リンド
Kannada ಲಿಂಡೋ
Kazakh Ліндо (Cyrillic) Lïndo (Latin)
Korean 린도
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Линдо
Lao ລິນດໂ
Macedonian Cyrillic Линдо
Marathi लिंडो
Mongolian Cyrillic Линдо
Nepalese ळिन्दो
Pashto لیندو
Persian لیندو
Punjabi ਲਿੰਡੋ
Russian Линдо
Sanskrit ळिन्दो
Serbian Линдо (Cyrillic) Lindo (Latin)
Sinhalese ළිඳො
Tajik Cyrillic Линдо
Tamil லிங்டோ
Telugu ళిన్దొ
Thai ลินโด
Ukrainian Cyrillic Ліндо
Urdu لیندو
Uzbek Линдо (Cyrillic) Lindo (Latin)
Yiddish לינדאָ

References

  1. The History of Middle-earth, Vol. I, The Book of Lost Tales, chapter I: "The Cottage of Lost Play"
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