The river Ringló was counted as the fourth of the Seven Rivers of Gondor in the land of Lamedon in Gondor.

The Ringló began in the White Mountains, and arose as two smaller rivers (unnamed) on the southern arm that bend towards Belfalas. It flowed through the Gondor city of Ethring and passed north of the Hills of Tarnost where it was met by its tributary Ciril, and met the sea at Edhellond, near Cobas Haven above Dol Amroth in southern Gondor. It's main tributary was the river Blackroot According to Karen Wynn Fonstad's The Atlas of Middle-earth, its length was almost one-hundred and fifty miles.[1][2]

Etymology Edit

Ringló was a Sindarin word that meant 'Cold-flood'.[1]

Translations around the World Edit

Foreign Language Translated name
Amharic ሪንግሎ
Arabic رينجلو
Armenian Րինգլո
Belarusian Cyrillic Рінгло
Bengali ড়িন্গ্লো
Bulgarian Cyrillic Рингло
Burmese ရိင္လော
Chinese (Hong Kong) 林羅河
Dari رینگلو
Georgian რინგლო
Greek Ρινγλο
Gujarati રિન્ગ્લો
Hebrew רינגלו
Hindi ऋइङ्ग्लो
Japanese リングロー
Kannada ಋಇಂಗ್ಲೊ
Kazakh Cyrillic Рінгло
Kurdish رینگلۆ (Arabic script) Rînglo (Latin)
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Рингло
Macedonian Cyrillic Рингло
Malayalam റിങ്ഗ്ലൊ ?
Marathi ऋइङ्ग्लो
Mongolian Cyrillic Рингло
Nepalese रिनगलो
Pashto رینګلو
Persian رینگلو
Punjabi ਰਿਨ੍ਗ੍ਲੋ
Uyghur رىنگلو
Russian Рингло
Sanskrit रिङ्लो
Serbian Рингло (Cyrillic) Ringló (Latin)
Tajik Cyrillic Рингло
Tamil ற்இந்க்ல்ஒ ?
Thai ริงโกล
Tibetan རིནྒློ
Tigrinya ሪንግሎ
Ukrainian Cyrillic Рінґло
Urdu رانگلو
Uzbek Рингло (Cyrillic) Ringló (Latin)
Yiddish רינגלאָ

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 The Complete Guide to Middle-earth
  2. The Atlas of Middle-earth, Regional Maps, "The White Mountains"
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