Rómenna was the main seaport of Númenor on its east coast.


Rómenna was a great seaport and many of the realms greatest shipyards were located here. The great Númenórean mariner Vëantur had a house here and his friend Aldarion came there often and kept his ships there as well.[2] Here much of the traffic with the old lands of Middle-earth passed. When Ar-Gimilzôr came to power, the Faithful of Númenor were relocated to Rómenna late in Númenor's history so that the King's Men could watch them.[3][4]


Rómenna is a Quenyan word that means 'Eastwards'.[5]


Foreign Language Translated name
Amharic ሮመንና
Arabic روميننا
Armenian Ռոմեննա
Belarusian Cyrillic Роменна
Bengali ড়মেন্না
Bulgarian Cyrillic Роменна
Georgian რომენა
Greek Ρομεννα
Gujarati રોમેના
Hebrew רומנה
Hindi रोमिन्ना
Japanese ローメンナ
Kannada ರೊಮೆನ್ನಾ
Kazakh Роменна (Cyrillic) Romenna (Latin)
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Ромэнна
Macedonian Cyrillic Роменна
Marathi रोमेनिया
Mongolian Cyrillic Роменна
Nepalese ड़ोमेन्न
Pashto رومېڼا
Persian رومهننا
Punjabi ਰੋਮੇਨਾ
Russian Роменна
Sanskrit रोमेन्न
Serbian Роменна (Cyrillic) Rómenna (Latin)
Sinhalese රොමේනා
Tajik Cyrillic Роменна
Tamil ரோமென்ன
Telugu రొమెన్న
Ukrainian Cyrillic Роменна
Urdu رومےننا
Uzbek Роменна (Uzbek Cyrillic) Romenna (Latin)
Yiddish ראָמעננאַ


  1. The Atlas of Middle-earth, The Second Age, "Númenor"
  2. Unfinished Tales, Part Two: The Second Age, II: "Aldarion and Erendis: The Mariner's Wife"
  3. The Silmarillion, Akallabêth (The Downfall of Númenor)
  4. Unfinished Tales, Part Two: The Second Age, I: "A Description of the Island of Númenor"
  5. The Complete Guide to Middle-earth
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