During the reign of Ar-Gimilzôr, the tree was neglected and fell into decline but when his successor Tar-Palantir came to the throne it was again tended. Later, sometime after SA 3262 when Sauron had the ear of the powerful king Ar-Pharazôn and after Isildur stole one of its fruits, the White Tree was felled and used as kindling in the Temple.
The term Nimloth consists of the Sindarin terms nim ("white") and loth ("blossom").
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