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Mithrim

Mithrim and surrounding regions

Mithrim was a region of Hithlum in Middle-earth during the First Age.

Description and ClimateEdit

Mithrim formed a part of Hithlum, and was the south-eastern corner of it, bordering Dor-lómin to the west, from which it was divided by the Mountains of Mithrim. Mithrim's climate was the same as the climate of Hithlum, the air was cool and the winters were cold but it was a fair land.[1]

HistoryEdit

Here was fought the Dagor-nuin-Giliath between the forces of Fëanor and the Orcs of Morgoth.

The area was home to a great lake, the Lake of Mithrim, which was the body of water north of Beleriand where the Ñoldor first dwelt in Middle-earth: the Sons of Fëanor on the northern shore and Fingolfin's host on the southern shore. On FA 7, a council was held here and the Ñoldor chose Fingolfin to be their king.

The Ñoldor dwelt here for a while until their feud was healed, and they removed to other lands. Mithrim was also home to Sindarin Elves, who soon mingled with the Ñoldor after they had learned Sindarin.

Later in the First Age Mithrim was ruled by Fingolfin, as it formed the most densely populated part of Hithlum.[2][3]

Translations around the WorldEdit

Foreign Language Translated name
Amharic ሚጥሪም
Arabic ميتهريم
Armenian Միտհրիմ
Belarusian Cyrillic Мітhрім
Bengali মিথ্রিম
Bulgarian Cyrillic Митхрим
Chinese 米斯林
Georgian მითრიმი
Greek Μίθριμ
Gujarati મિથ્રિમ
Hebrew םיתהרים
Kannada ಮಿಥ್ರಿಮ್
Kazakh Мітһрім (Cyrillic) Mithrim (Latin)
Korean 미트 림
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Митhрим
Macedonian Cyrillic Митхрим
Marathi मिथ्रिम
Mongolian Cyrillic Митhрим
Nepalese मिथ्रिम
Pashto میتهریم
Persian میتهریم ?
Punjabi ਮਿਥ੍ਰਮ
Russian Митрим
Sanskrit मिथ्रिम्
Serbian Митхрим (Cyrillic) Mithrim (Latin)
Sinhalese මිථ්‍රිම්
Tajik Cyrillic Митҳрим
Tamil மித்ஹ்ரிம்
Telugu మిథ్రిమ
Ukrainian Cyrillic Мітрім
Urdu ماٹہرام
Uzbek Митҳрим (Cyrillic) Mithrim (Latin)
Yiddish מיטהרים

ReferencesEdit

  1. The Atlas of Middle-earth, The First Age, The Elder Days, "Beleriand and the Lands to the North"
  2. The Silmarillion, Quenta Silmarillion
  3. The Complete Guide to Middle-earth