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Min-Rimmon, also spelled Minrimmon, was the fifth of the seven Warning beacons of Gondor and stood on the mountain of Rimmon, between Erelas and Calenhad.

History

Like most of the other warning beacons, it was located in the White Mountains overlooking the landmass known as Anórien. Before the onset of the Siege of Gondor, Min-Rimmon was the fifth beacon to be lit to signal Rohan for aid.[1]

Etymology

Though min is Sindarin for "mountain", rimmon was a word of unknown meaning, originating in Middle-earth before the arrival of the Númenóreans.[2]

Translations

Foreign Language Translated name
Amharic ሚን፡ሪምሞን
Arabic مين-ريمون
Armenian Մին-Րիմմոն
Belarusian Cyrillic Мін-Рымон
Bengali মিন-রিম্মোণ
Bulgarian Cyrillic Мин-Риммон
Burmese မိန္-ရိမ္မုန်
Cambodian មីនរីម៉ូន
Chinese 明瑞蒙
Georgian მინ-რიმონი
Greek Μιν-Ρίμον
Gujarati મીન-રીમમોન
Hindi मिन-रिम्मोन
Kannada ಮಿನ್-ರಿಮ್ಮನ್
Kazakh Мин-Риммон (Cyrillic) Mïn-Rïmmon (Latin)
Korean 민 린몬
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Мин-Риммон
Macedonian Cyrillic Мин-Риммон
Marathi मिन रिम्मोन
Mongolian Cyrillic Мин-Риммон
Nepalese मिन-रिमोन
Pashto مین-ریممون
Persian مین ریمون
Punjabi ਮਿਨ-ਰਿਮੋਨ
Russian Мин-Риммон
Sanskrit मिन्-रिम्मोन्
Serbian Мин-Риммон (Cyrillic) Min-Rimmon (Latin)
Sinhalese මින්-රිම්මොන්
Tamil மிந்-றிம்மொந்
Telugu మిన-రిమ్మోను
Thai มิน-ริมโมน
Ukrainian Cyrillic Мін-Ріммон
Urdu کم از کم-راماون
Uzbek Мин-Риммон (Cyrillic) Min-Rimmon (Latin)
Yiddish מינ-ריממאָן
Warning beacons of Gondor
Amon Dîn | Eilenach | Nardol | Erelas | Min-Rimmon | Calenhad | Amon Anwar (Halifirien)


References

  1. The Lord of the Rings, The Return of the King, Book Five, Ch. I: "Minas Tirith"
  2. The Lord of the Rings, Appendix F
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