Meaning: Flower sayer? --- 'Inzil' - Flower 'bêth' - expression, saying, word
Type/Kind: 2nd age Numenoreans
Parents: Lindórië (mother)
Children: Inziladûn (Tar-Palantir), Gimilkhâd
granddaughter: Tar-Míriel/Ar Zimraphel
Ar-Gimilzôr ... was the greatest enemy of the Faithful that had yet arisen; ... He was wedded to Inzilbêth, a lady descended from Tar-Calmacil; but she was secretly of the Faithful, for her mother was Lindórië of the House of the Lords of Andúnië, and there was small love between them, and strife between their sons.
Unfinished Tales, Part 2, Ch 3, The Line of Elros, Kings of Númenor
There was a lady Inzilbêth, renowned for her beauty, and her mother was Lindórië, sister of Eärendur, the Lord of Andúnië in the days of Ar-Sakalthôr father of Ar-Gimilzôr. Gimilzôr took her to wife, though this was little to her liking, for she was in heart one of the Faithful, being taught by her mother; but the kings and their sons were grown proud and not to be gainsaid in their wishes. No love was there between Ar-Gimilzôr and his queen, or between their sons. Inziladûn [later called Tar-Palantir], the elder, was like his mother in mind as in body; but Gimilkhâd, the younger, went with his father, unless he were yet prouder and more wilful. To him Ar-Gimilzôr would have yielded the sceptre rather than to the elder son, if the laws had allowed.
The Silmarillion, Akallabêth
added quote: Elena Tiriel 3Nov05