Urulóki (Dragons)


Ancalagon – The mightiest of Morgoth’s winged dragons, loosed from Angband against the host of the Valar at the end of the War of Wrath. Even that mighty army was driven back by the onset… Read more

Glaurung – Glaurung was the first of the Dragons, and one of the greatest. He first issued from Angband in I 260, but not being fully grown at that time, the Noldor under Fingon were able to drive him back… Read more

Scatha – One of the greatest of the dragons to infest the Grey Mountains of the north. Of his life little is known, except that he was slain by Fram son of Frumgar (an ancestor of Eorl the Young) in the early days of… Read more

Smaug – Smaug was the last of the great fire-drakes, and said to be the greatest dragon of his time. At some time during the twenty-eighth century of the Third Age, he came to hear of the immense wealth held by… Read more

8 responses to “Urulóki (Dragons)

  1. Irúndel

    quetendë is my translation for the past-tense verb “translated”. If Tecendil means transcriber then surely quetendil must mean translator. Not only does it naturally shorten down to quetendë but tendë is also the word for mean, as in to mean something. ‘É Savin i nat tendies ya hatanyel ná, lá?” I do beleive that what is means is thankyou, no.

    • Quetendil is the agglutination of the verb quetë “to speak, to talk” and the suffix -ndil “lover, friend”.

      What is the source that shows tendë as meaning “mean”?

  2. Irúndel

    Aiiya! Ello, anin quetendë ‘Dragon Rider’ Quenyanna: Roquénfenumë.

  3. Nehtarwë Etmacilsovallë 人斬り抜刀斎

    Lócë KóMa Zî! (ドラゴンボールZ)
    Tarrauko Thimli/Piccolóth (ピッコロ大魔王, Pikkoro Daimao)
    Tuntuia indyo(孫 悟空 Son Gokū)
    vardo Salaba (ベジータ王子, Bejīta Ōji)

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