Sammath Naur

The Sammath Naur was a structure and hall upon and within Mount Doom, at which Frodo met his final struggle against the One Ring.

History

Sammath Naur was located in the Cracks of Doom Sauron forged the One Ring in the mid-Second Age there, and this was the only location in which the One Ring could be destroyed. Therefore, it was the destination for Frodo Baggins and the Quest of the Ring.

The final fated drama that put an end to the One Ring and to Gollum was played out in this chamber of doom, after which it was destroyed, along with the mountain.[1]

Etymology

Sammath Naur is Sindarin for 'Chambers of Fire'.[2]

Translations

Foreign Language Translated name
Arabic صماته ناور
Armenian Սամատ Նաուր
Belarusian Cyrillic Саммат Наўр
Bengali সাম্থ নওর
Bulgarian Cyrillic Саммат Наур
Chinese 萨姆马斯·瑙尔
Danish Sammath Naur (Ildkamrene)
Georgian სამმათ ნაური
Greek Σάμμαθ Νάουρ
Gujarati સંમથ નૌર
Hebrew סאמאת נאור
Hindi सम्माँथ नौर
Japanese サムマトナウル
Kannada ಸಮ್ಮತ್ ನೌರ್
Kazakh Саммат Наұр (Cyrillic) Sammat Naur (Latin)
Korean 샘매스 나우어
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Саммат Наур
Macedonian Cyrillic Самамат Наур
Marathi समथ नौर
Mongolian Cyrillic Саммат Наур
Nepalese सम्माथ नौर
Odia ସାମଥ ନାଉର
Persian سامماته ناور
Punjabi ਸੰਮਤ ਨੂਰ
Russian Саммат Наур
Serbian Саммат Наур (Cyrillic) Sammat Naur (Latin)
Sindhi سمنته ناور
Sinhalese සමත් නූර්
Tajik Cyrillic Саммат Наур
Tamil சம்மத் நாயஉர்
Tatar Саммат Наур
Telugu సమ్మత్ నౌర్
Thai แซมมัธเนาร์
Urdu سماتہ ناور
Ukrainian Cyrillic Саммат-Наур
Yiddish סאַממאַטה נאַור

References

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