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'''Elmir''' was, along with [[Ermon]], one of the two first [[Men]] to be awoken by an [[Elf]] named [[Nuin]].<ref>{{LT1|X}}, p. 267</ref>
 
'''Elmir''' was, along with [[Ermon]], one of the two first [[Men]] to be awoken by an [[Elf]] named [[Nuin]].<ref>{{LT1|X}}, p. 267</ref>
 
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==Etymology==
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[[Christopher Gilson]] has noted that the name ''Elmir'' is "presumably [[Ilkorin]] in origin".<ref>[[Christopher Gilson]], "His Breath Was Taken Away: Tolkien, Barfield, and Elvish Diction", in {{TS|14}}</ref>
 
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Elmir
Man
Physical Description
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Elmir was, along with Ermon, one of the two first Men to be awoken by an Elf named Nuin.[1]

Etymology

Christopher Gilson has noted that the name Elmir is "presumably Ilkorin in origin".[2]

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Book of Lost Tales Part One, "Gilfanon's Tale: The Travail of the Noldoli and the Coming of Mankind", p. 267
  2. Christopher Gilson, "His Breath Was Taken Away: Tolkien, Barfield, and Elvish Diction", in Tolkien Studies, Vol. XIV (eds. David Bratman, Michael D.C. Drout, Verlyn Flieger)