The Ulumúri were the great horns of the Vala Ulmo, the Lord of Waters.

History Edit

Ulumúri made for him by his Maia friend and servant Salmar. They were wrought of white shell Conches. Ulmo would play the great horns when he came to the coasts or up through the rivers of Middle-earth, and all who heard it longed forever in their hearts for the sea never forgetting what they heard.[1]

Etymology Edit

Ulumúri is a Quenyan word.[2]

Translations around the World Edit

Foreign Language Translated name
Amharic ዑሉሙሪ
Arabic اولومري
Armenian Ուլումուրի
Belarusian Cyrillic Улумурі
Bengali উলুমুড়ি
Bulgarian Cyrillic Улумури
Chinese 烏歐牟那仁
Greek Ολυμόρι ?
Gujarati ઉલુમુરી
Hebrew אולומורי
Hindi ऊलुमुरि
Japanese ウルムーリ
Kannada ಉಲ್ಯೂಮರಿ
Kazakh Ұлұмұрі (Cyrillic) Ulumuri (Latin)
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Улумури
Macedonian Cyrillic Улумури
Malayalam ഉലുമുറി
Marathi उलुमुरी
Mongolian Cyrillic Улумури
Nepalese ऊलुमुरि
Persian ولوموری ?
Punjabi ਉਲੂਮੂਰੀ
Russian Улумури
Serbian Улумури (Cyrillic) Ulumuri (Latin)
Sinhalese උලුමුරි
Tajik Cyrillic Улумури
Tamil உலூமுறி
Telugu ఉలుమూరి
Ukrainian Cyrillic Улумурі
Uzbek Улумури (Cyrillic) Ulumuri (Latin)
Yiddish ולומורי

References Edit

  1. The Silmarillion, Valaquenta, "Of the Valar"
  2. The Complete Guide to Middle-earth
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