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The Grey Wood was a small wooded area between the Warning beacon of Amon Dîn and Mount Mindolluin just outside the Stonewain Valley and the Drúadan Forest.[1]

HistoryEdit

During the War of the Ring, the Drúedain revealed the way through the Stonewain Valley to King Théoden and the Rohirrim and they passed through the Grey Wood and on to Minas Tirith. After the war, King Aragorn II Elessar came to the Grey Wood and there granted Ghân-buri-Ghân and his people the Drúadan Forest to dwell in undisturbed.[2][3]

Translations around the WorldEdit

Foreign Language Translated name
Afrikaans Gryswoud
Albanian Pylli gri
Amharic ግራጫ ደን
Arabic رمادي غابة
Armenian Մոխրագույն անտառ
Azerbaijani Boz meşə
Belerusian Cyrillic шэры лес
Bengali গ্রে বন
Bosnian Sivo drvo
Bulgarian Cyrillic Сивата гора
Burmese မီးခိုးရောင်သစ်တော
Cambodian ព្រៃប្រផេះ
Catalan Fusta gris
Chinese 灰色的森林
Croatian Siva šuma
Czech Šedý les
Danish Gråskov
Dutch Grijs Bos
Estonian Hall puit
Finnish Harmaa metsä
French Bois gris
Galician Bosque gris
Georgian ნაცრისფერი ტყე
German Grauer Wald
Greek Γκρίζο Δάσος
Hebrew יער אפור
Hindi ग्रे वन
Hungarian Szürke erdő
Icelandic Grár skógur
Indonesian Hutan abu-abu
Irish Gaelic Foraoise Liath
Italian Legno grigio
Japanese グレイフォレスト
Kannada ಗ್ರೇ ಅರಣ್ಯ
Kazakh Сұр орман (Cyrillic) Sur orman (Latin)
Korean 회색 숲
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Боз токой
Laotian ປ່າໄມ້ສີຂີ້ເຖົ່າ
Latvian Pelēks mežs
Lithuanian Pilkas miškas
Macedonian Cyrillic Сива шума
Malaysian Hutan kelabu
Malayalam ഗ്രേ വനം
Maltese Griż tal-foresti
Marathi ग्रे वन
Mongolian Cyrillic Саарал ой
Nepalese ग्रे वन
Norwegian Gråskog
Persian جنگل خاکستری
Polish Szary Las
Portuguese Floresta cinzenta
Romanian Pădurea cenușie
Russian Серый лес
Serbian Сива шума (Cyrillic) Siva šuma (Latin)
Sinhalese අළු වනාන්තරය
Slovak Šedý les
Slovenian Sivi gozd
Spanish Bosque Gris
Swedish Gråskog
Tajik Cyrillic Ҷангалҳои хокистарӣ
Tamil சாம்பல் வன
Telugu గ్రే ఫారెస్ట్
Thai ป่าสีเทา
Turkish Gri orman
Ukrainian Cyrillic Сірий ліс
Urdu گرے جنگل
Uzbek Кулранг ўрмон (Cyrillic) Kulrang o'rmon (Latin)
Yiddish גריי וואַלד

ReferencesEdit

  1. The Atlas of Middle-earth, Regional Maps, "The White Mountains"
  2. The Lord of the Rings, The Return of the King, Book Five, Chapter V: "The Ride of the Rohirrim"
  3. The Lord of the Rings, The Return of the King, Book Six, Chapter VI: "Many Partings"

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