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"There my pretty lady is, a River-woman's daughter."
Tom Bombadil

The River-woman is a debated subject of J.R.R. Tolkien's world, mentioned once in The Fellowship of the Ring. It is speculated that the River-woman is a name for a single character of Goldberry's mother, or a name of an unspecified "nature spirit" or "magical being".

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