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KrnDudeMAN::~

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#41 14 years ago

mine is Maeglin Fëfalas and my hobbit name is Moro Overhill of Nobottle




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#42 14 years ago

Aranel Telemnar, that's mine. Hey, Gildor Anwamanë




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#43 14 years ago

My Elvish Name is - "Lenwë Elensar"




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#44 14 years ago
pr3|)/-\t0rAikanáro ciryatan golradir séregon:sitonit: have a fun time translating that

how rude. :lol:




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#45 14 years ago

ha ha ha ha ha! :p




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#46 14 years ago

:p :p :p he sid something like beep bep beeep beep your beeeeping beep




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#47 14 years ago

elvish name: Arminas Telrunya shortened: Celahir Telrunya hobbit name: Marmadas Gamgee-Took of Bywater




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#48 14 years ago

My Hobbit name is: Wilibald Sandybanks of Frogmorton ha, Sandybanks, that's cool. oh and this: George Bush: Squinty of Simpleton :naughty:




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#49 14 years ago

Squinty of Simpleton - actually in some context that's quite accurate for Bush - ever see how he squints when he says something not so smart (it's like the "oh dammit" face). Also, Simpleton is pretty accurate in some ways - as it is clear that many see Bush as a simple man. It is funny that's for sure.

I'd like to see them have a Elvish-to-human name generator - to find out what some of the Elves would be called if they spoke English! And also for the hobbit one as well. Since Dwarvish language(s) are kept secret more than the schematics to our military technology, they don't have a Dwarvish language converter yet. Tolkien has words of Dwarvish, but I'm not too familiar with the language of the Dwarves, except that "Khazad" means "Dwarf" and "Dum" must mean "Kingdom or Home or Haven" - thus, "Khazad-Dum" means "Home of the Dwarves" - which would be correct in its context.




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#50 14 years ago

Elf= Findecáno of Dorthonion

Hobbit= Olo Brandybuck of Buckland


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