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Mount Dolmed was a mountain located in the ancient Blue Mountains.

The Dwarven cities of Nogrod and Belegost were established near Mount Dolmed.[1]

HistoryEdit

Mount Dolmed loomed over the only known pass from Eriador into Beleriand. It was here that according to the Dwarves two of the Fathers of the Dwarves, the founders of the Broadbeams and the Firebeards, awoke.[2] Their descendants later established the Dwarven cities of Nogrod and Belegost.

After the War of Wrath the Blue Mountains were broken at the location of Mount Dolmed and an arm of the sea, the Gulf of Lune, broke through it. Mount Dolmed was completely destroyed together with Nogrod.[3][4]

EtymologyEdit

Dolmed was a Sindarin word for 'Wet-head'.[5]

Translations around the WorldEdit

Foreign Language Translated name
Achinese Gunong Dolmed
Afrikaans Berg Dolmed
Albanian Mali Dolmed
Amharic ዶልመድ ተራራ
Arabic جبل دولميد
Armenian Մոունտ Դոլմեդ
Belarusian Cyrillic Моунт Долмед
Bengali মৌন্ত ডল্মেদ ?
Breton Dolmed Mountañ
Bulgarian Cyrillic Моунт Долмед
Catalan Muntatge Dolmed
Cebuano Sa bukid sa Dolmed
Cornish Menydh Dolmed
Corsican Muntagna Dolmed
Croatian Planina Dolmed
Czech Hory Dolmedu
Dutch Berg Dolmed
Esperanto Monto Dolmed
Estonian Mägi Dolmed
Filipino Bundok Dolmed
Finnish Vuori Dolmed
French Mont Dolmed
Frisian Berchtme Dolmed
German Berg Dolmed
Georgian მოუნთ ძოლმედ
Greek Μουντ Δολμεδ
Gujarati મોઉન્ત ડોલ્મેદ
Haiti Creole Mòn Dolmed
Hausa Dutsen Dolmed
Hawaiian Mauna Dolmed
Hebrew םוונת דולמיד
Hindi मोउन्त डोल्मेद
Hungarian Dolmed hegy
Icelandic Dolmedfjall
Igbo N'ugwu Dolmed
Indonesian Gunung Dolmed
Italian Monte Dolmed
Irish Gaelic Sliabh Dolmed
Kazakh Моұнт Долмед (Cyrillic) Mont Dolmed (Latin)
Kurdish Çiyayê Dolmed (Kurmanji Kurdish)
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Моунт Долмэд
Latin Dolmed mons
Latvian Kalnam Dolmed
Lithuanian Kalno Dolmed
Luxembourgish Montéierung Dolmed
Macedonian Cyrillic Моунт Долмед
Malagasy Tendrombohitra Dolmed
Malaysian Gunung Dolmed
Maori Maunga Dolmed
Manx Cronk Dolmed
Mongolian Cyrillic Уул Долмад
Nāhuatl Tepētl Dolmed
Navajo Dził Dolmed
Neapolitan Monte Dolmed
Nepalese मोउन्त डोल्मेद
Norwegian Montere Dolmed
Old English Dolmed Beorg
Pashto موونت ضولمېد
Persian کوه ضولمهد
Polish Góra Dolmed
Portuguese Monte Dolmed
Querétaro Otomi T'o̲ho̲ Dolmed
Romansh Muntogna Dolmed
Romanian Muntele Dolmed
Russian Моунт Долмед
Samoan Mauga Dolmed
Sanskrit मोउन्त् डोल्मेद्
Scots Munt Dolmed
Scottish Gaelic Sliabh Dolmed
Serbian моунт Долмед (Cyrillic) Planina Dolmed (Latin)
Sindhi مائونٽ ڊولميد
Sinhalese මොඋන්ත් ඩොල්මෙද්
Somalian Buur Dolmed
Spanish Monte Dolmed
Swahili Mlima Dolmed
Tajik Cyrillic Моунт Долмед
Tamil மொஉந்த் டொல்மெத்
Tatar Taw Dolmed ?
Telugu మొఉన్త డొల్మెద
Turkish Dolmed Dağı
Turkmen Münmek Dolmed
Urdu ماؤنٹ ضولمےد
Uzbek Тоғи Долмед (Cyrillic) Tog'i Dolmed (Latin)
Welsh Fynydd Dolmed
Ukrainian Cyrillic Моунт Долмед
Venetian Monte Dolmed
Vietnamese Gắn Dolmed
Waray Bukid Dolmed
Xhosa Entabeni Dolmed
Yiddish בארג דאָלמעד
Yoruba Òke Dolmed
Yucatec Maya K'áaxo' Dolmed
Zulu Entabeni Dolmed

ReferencesEdit

  1. The Silmarillion (inside cover), "Map of Beleriand and the Lands to the North"
  2. The History of Middle-earth, Vol. XII: The Peoples of Middle-earth, X: "Of Dwarves and Men"
  3. The Silmarillion, Quenta Silmarillion, Chapter XXIV: "Of the Voyage of Eärendil and the War of Wrath"
  4. The Atlas of Middle-earth, The Second Age, "Introduction"
  5. The Complete Guide to Middle-earth