How the East Was Won: 2. Glossary and Acknowledgments

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2. Glossary and Acknowledgments

Many thanks to the Lizard Council for invaluable critical feedback and reptilian support.

Limpë (Quenya): drink of the Valar.

Mairon (Quenya) – Sauron's early name (see Parma Eldamberon 17)

Máhaxanar (Quenya) derived from Valarin Mâchananaskad, Ring of Doom, the place where the Valar held their councils.

Please see the Ardalamberon site for Primitive Elvish:

Turo -- "Leader, lord"

Fajad'rak – constructed from Primitive Elvish, phaja, "spirit" and d'rak, "wolf."

Elêna - Elf

Anâro -- the sun

I would be remiss if I did not attribute the remarks of the disembodied voice (Melkor perhaps?) — "Be yourself, don't take anyone's shit, and never let them take you alive" — to Gerard Way.

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Story Information

Author: pandemonium_213

Status: General

Completion: Complete

Era: 2nd Age - Pre-Rings

Genre: Action

Rating: Adult

Last Updated: 12/18/11

Original Post: 12/18/11

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