Rhosgobel was the home of the wizard Radagast the Brown.

History Edit

Rhosgobel was located somewhere on the southwest borders of Mirkwood. The dates of when Radagast dwelt there are unclear, as is its exact location within the wood. It is unclear if he was the only inhabitant of Rhosgobel; the alternate view being that it was simply a Woodman settlement where Radagast resided.[citation needed]
Rhosgobel METC

Etymology Edit

The term Rhosgobel originates from the Sindarin words rhosg ("brown") and gobel ("enclosed dwelling, walled house or village").[citation needed]

Portrayal in adaptations Edit

The Hobbit film trilogy Edit

In the first The Hobbit film, Rhosgobel is depicted as a ramshackle cottage, with various walls and roofs from other cabins being pieced together haphazardly around the base of an old tree. It has several holes in the roof, through which spiders could be seen.

Translations around the world Edit

Foreign Language Translated name
Amharic ርሆስጎበል
Arabic روسغوبيل
Armenian Րհոսգոբել
Belarusian Cyrillic Рhосгобел
Bengali রহস্যবেল
Bulgarian Cyrillic Рхосгобел
Chinese 羅斯加堡
Georgian როსგობელში
Gujarati ર્હોસ્ગોબેલ
Hebrew ברוסגובל
Hindi र्होस्गोब्ऐल
Kannada ರಿಹಾಸಗೋಬೆಲ್
Kazakh Росгобел (Cyrillic) Rosgobel (Latin)
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Рhосгобэл
Macedonian Cyrillic Росгобел
Marathi रॉसोगोबेल
Mongolian Cyrillic Рhосгобэл
Nepalese र्होस्गोबेल
Persian روسگوبل
Punjabi ਰੋਸਗੋਬੈੱਲ
Russian Росгобель
Serbian Розгобел (Cyrillic) Rozgobel (Latin)
Sinhalese රෝස්ගොබෙල්
Tajik Cyrillic Рҳосгобел
Tamil ரஹோஸ்கொபெல்
Telugu రహోస్గోబెల్
Ukrainian Cyrillic Росгобел
Urdu رہعثگوبال
Yiddish רהאָסגאָבעל
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