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Lord of the rings names

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Thingymaboob Tue 06-Jun-17 20:26:14

Quite like Arwen and Galadriel... dunno if boy or girl yet but love these names. Any other LOTR names?

Creatureofthenight Tue 06-Jun-17 20:27:39

I know a boy called Rohan.
Eowyn is pretty.

SweetDee33 Tue 06-Jun-17 20:29:30

Elanor or lothLorien, love them both

Salmotrutta Tue 06-Jun-17 21:57:13

I knew someone years ago who called their daughter Arwen.

I think that works but Galadriel is possibly a step too far.

I think Rohan is an Indian name isn't it?

Creatureofthenight Tue 06-Jun-17 21:57:51

I thought Rohan was Celtic?

shamoffour Tue 06-Jun-17 22:06:39

Gandalf?

ShuttyTown Tue 06-Jun-17 22:07:00

Khaleesi

ShuttyTown Tue 06-Jun-17 22:07:26

Oops sorry, that's GOT not LOTR!

ZacharyQuack Tue 06-Jun-17 22:08:07

Hodor

BellMcEnd Tue 06-Jun-17 22:10:39

Arwen is lovely.

I also like Orlando which obvs isn't LOTR but for Orlando Bloom who was luscious as Legolas.

Not so keen on Treebeard or Gollum grin

Soslowmo Tue 06-Jun-17 22:11:16

I know an Indian Rohan who is 10.

Teachervoice Tue 06-Jun-17 22:24:31

Thorin.
If I didn't think we'd be mercilessly ridiculed, we would definitely choose this name for baby due in Nov (if it's a boy.)

We don't have the nerve.

SirNiallDementia Tue 06-Jun-17 22:42:40

Theoden
Anarion
Curios

hollieberrie Tue 06-Jun-17 22:45:49

Merry and Pippin? grin
Faramir?
Eowyn is lovely.

AdaColeman Tue 06-Jun-17 22:47:01

I wanted to use Frodo but it was vetoed.

Creatureofthenight Wed 07-Jun-17 09:01:11

Google tells me Rohan is both a Sanskrit and a Celtic name!

Justjibberish Wed 07-Jun-17 09:14:38

Tom, Sam, Bill, Sauron, Rosie, Goldberry, Haldir, Belladonna, Lúthien Tinúviel.
I may know more about this than is good for me

weaselscanfly Wed 07-Jun-17 09:54:41

I'm not up on LOTR or GOT at all...but 2 of our boys are called Rowan & Torin (means 'Chief' in Irish) & have been told it's quite Tolkienesque!

mollyminniemo Wed 07-Jun-17 16:02:56

LOVE Arwen, please use if its a girl!

Creatureofthenight Wed 07-Jun-17 16:03:51

You can't call a child Sauron!

Justjibberish Wed 07-Jun-17 17:44:20

creatureofthenight smilespoilsport, personally I thought Bill (the pony) was pushing it. Mind you, this comes from someone who had Dickon and Troy vetoed as names

Hobbitch Wed 07-Jun-17 17:47:28

I love Arwen and Elanor. For a boy I love Fëanor and Finarfin but would never dare use them.

00100001 Wed 07-Jun-17 17:52:01

I like Eomer for a boy and Eowyn for a girl smile

WinifredAtwellsOtherPiano Wed 07-Jun-17 17:56:56

I like Elanor. Peregrine is a legitimate name but Merry and Pippin wind me up so it's out of the question.

RiverTam Wed 07-Jun-17 17:57:47

@Teachervoice There was a Thorin at DD's nursery, he was as cute as a button so nothing like Thorin in actual fact, but that's no bad thing unless you're after the grumpiest, mardiest person on the planet. Who's quite hot. But anyway, I don't think the name is so out there as to raise eyebrows much.

I worked with an Aslan once as well. He was disappointingly dull.

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