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Herunmen 'Lord of the West', Quenya name of Ar-Adunakhr.

330 Hidden Kingdom Name given both to Doriath, 135, 198, 200,277, and to Gondolin, 1 56,298 High-elven See Quenya. High Elves See Eldar. 370 High Faroth See Taur-en-Faroth. Hildor 'The Followers', 'The Aftercomers', Elvish name for Men, as the Younger Children of Ilvatar. 114, 119 Hildrien The land in the east of Middle-earth where the first Men (Hildor) awoke. 120, 169 Himlad 'Cool Plain', the region where Celegorm and Curufin dwelt south of the P ass of Aglon. 147, 158, 161 Himring The great hill west of Maglor's Gap on which was the stronghold of Maedh ros; translated in the text as 'Evercold'. 131,147-8,157, 183-4, 214, 223, 231 Hrilorn The great beech-tree in Doriath with three trunks, in which Lthien was imp risoned. The name means 'Tree of the Lady'. 208, 226 Hsilm 'Land of Mist', Quenya name of Hithlum. 140 Hithaeglir 'Line of Misty Peaks': the Misty Mountains, or Mountains of Mist. (Th e form Hithaeglin on the map to The Lord of the Rings is an error.) 55, 104, 107, 360, 364, 366 Hither Lands Middle-earth (also called the Outer Lands). 57, 59-61, 296, 304, 31 1, 315, 323, 371 Hithlum 'Land of Mist' (see 140), the region bounded on the east and south by E red Wethrin and on the west by Ered Lmin; see Hsilm. 52, 90, 123, 126-8, 130, 137, 140-1, 144, 146, 157, 171, 18 1-9, 193, 221, 231-4, 2389, 242-4,254, 280, 281, 294-5 Hollin See Eregion. 354 Hollowbold Translation of Nogrod: 'hollow dwelling' (early English bold, noun re lated to the verb build). 104 Huan The great wolfhound of Valinor that Orom gave to Celegorm; friend and helpe r of Beren and Lthien; slew and slain by Carcharoth. The name means 'great dog, hound'. 209-18, 222, 225-6 Hunthor A Man of the Haladin in Brethil who accompanied Trin in his attack on Gla urung at Cabed-en-Aras and was killed there by a falling stone. 273 Huor Son of Galdor of Dor-lmin, husband of Ran and father of Tuor; went to Gondol in with Hrin his brother; slain in the Nirnaeth Arnoediad. 150, 177, 190, 232, 236, 237, 242, 294 , 296, 298, 301, 311 Hrin Called Thalion 'the Steadfast', 'the Strong'; son of Galdor of Dor-lmin, hus band of Morwen and father of Trin and Nienor; lord of Dor-lmin, vassal of Fingon. Went with Huor his brother to Gondolin; captured by Morgoth in the Nirnaeth Arnoediad and set upon Thangorodrim for many years; a fter his release slew Mm in Nargothrond and brought the Nauglamr to King Thingol. 150, 177, 191-4, 232-46, 25 2, 255-9, 261-7, 271, 274-6, 278-87, 294, 298, 311 Hyarmentir The highest mountain in the regions south of Valinor. 81 Iant Iaur 'The Old Bridge' over the Esgalduin on the northern borders of Doriath ; also called the Bridge of Esgalduin, 144-5, 157 Ibun One of the sons of Mm the Petty-dwarf. 249, 251-2 Idril Called Celebrindal 'Silverfoot'; the daughter (and only child) of Turgon and Elenw; wife of Tuor,

mother of Erendil, with whom she escaped from Gondolin to the Mouths of Sirion; d eparted thence with Tuor into the West 151, 160, 163, 165-6, 296-300, 303-4, 308, 315,322 Illuin One of the Lamps of the Valar made by Aul. Illuin stood in the northern p art of Middle-earth, and after the overthrow of the mountain by Melkor the Inland Sea of Helcar was forme d there. 30-1, 48, 59 Ilmar A Maia, the handmaid of Varda, 24 Ilmen The region above the air where the stars are. 116-9, 349 Ilvatar 'Father of All, Eru. 3-11, 17-8, 23, 25, 34-42, 46-50, 58, 70, 73, 74, 8 6, 93, 102, 121, 227, 313, 322-3, 326-7, 336, 344-5 Imlach Father of Amlach. 173 Imladris 'Rivendell' (literally, 'Deep Dale of the Cleft'), Elrond's dwelling in a valley of the Misty Mountains. 282, 364, 367-70, 377 Indis Vanyarin Elf, close kin of Ingw; second wife of Finw, mother of Fingolfin a nd Finarfin. 63, 69-70, 75 Ingw Leader of the Vanyar, the first of the three hosts of the Eldar on the west ward journey from Cuivinen. In Aman he dwelt upon Taniquetil, and was held High King of all the Elv es. 53-4, 60, 62, 65, 69, 117, 310 Inziladn Elder son of Ar-Gimilzr and Inzilbth; afterwards named Tar-Palantir. 332 Inzilbth Queen of Ar-Gimilzr; of the house of the lords of Andni. 331 Irmo The Vala usually named Lrien, the place of his dwelling. Irmo means 'Desire r' or 'Master of Desire'. 21, 24, 68