Enerdhil was a possibly mythical jewel-smith of Gondolin.


He was a lover of all things that grew green in the world and ever desired to see the sunlight through the leaves of the trees, and so he created a great green gem which was beloved by all who looked through it. He apparently gave it Idril, who in turn gave it to her son Eärendil; and from there it is said that it went over the sea with Enerdhil.[1]

Other versions of the legendariumEdit

In other versions of the Middle-earth legendarium, the Elessar gem was made not by Enerdhil but by Celebrimbor, son of Curufin of Eregion.

Translations around the WorldEdit

Foreign Language Translated name
Amharic ዐነርድሂል ?
Arabic ىنيردهيل ?
Armenian Էներդհիլ
Belarusian Cyrillic Енердhіл
Bengali এনের্ধিল
Bulgarian Cyrillic Енердхил
Georgian ენერდილი
Greek Ενερδ-ιλ
Gujarati ઍનેર્ધિલ
Hebrew ינירדהיל ?
Hindi एनेर्धिल
Kazakh Cyrillic Енердhил
Kurdish ه‌نه‌ردهیل (Arabic script) Enerdhîl (Latin)
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Энэрдhил
Macedonian Cyrillic Енердхил
Marathi एनेर्धिल
Mongolian Cyrillic Енердhил
Nepalese एनेर्धिल
Pashto ېنېردهیل
Persian هنهردهیل
Punjabi ਏਨੇਰ੍ਧਿਲ
Sanskrit एनेर्धिल्
Russian Энердиль
Serbian Енердхил (Cyrillic) Enerdhil (Latin)
Sinhalese ඒනෙර්ධිල්
Tajik Cyrillic Енердҳил
Tamil ஏநெர்த்ஹில்
Telugu ఏనెర్ధిల
Tigrinya ዐነርድሂል
Ukrainian Cyrillic Енердгіл
Urdu ےنےردهیل ?
Uyghur ەنەردھىل
Uzbek Енердҳил (Cyrillic) Enerdhil (Latin)
Yiddish ענערדיל


  1. Unfinished Tales, Part Two: The Second Age, IV: "The History of Galadriel and Celeborn, and of Amroth King of Lórien"