Nimloth later married Dior the Beautiful, her second cousin once removed making her an heir of the Melian, Queen of Doriath. In the few years before the death of Thingol, she lived near the land of Lanthir Lamath at the base of the Blue Mountains northeast. There her children Eluréd, Elurín and Elwing were born.
When Thingol died, she went northwest to Doriath with her husband and their children and became Queen of Doriath. She was later slain in the Kinslaying of Menegroth by the Sons of Fëanor along with her husband. All of her children perished except Elwing who escaped to the Havens of Sirion.
|Queen of Doriath|
FA 504 - FA 506
None, Kingdom destroyed and title abandoned
|Elves of Arda|
Aegnor | Amarië | Angrod | Aredhel | Arminas | Beleg Cúthalion | Caranthir | Celeborn | Celebrimbor | Celebrían | Celegorm | Círdan | Curufin | Daeron | Denethor | Eärwen | Ecthelion | Elemmakil | Elemmírë | Elenwë | Elmo | Elwë (Thingol) | Elwing | Enel | Enerdhil | Eöl | Erestor | Fëanor | Finarfin | Findis | Finduilas | Fingolfin | Fingon | Finrod Felagund | Finwë | Galadriel | Galion | Galdor of the Havens | Gelmir | Gildor Inglorion | Gil-galad | Glorfindel | Gwindor | Idril | Imin | Indis | Ingwë | Ingwion | Irimë | Legolas | Lúthien | Mablung | Maedhros | Maeglin | Maglor | Mahtan | Míriel Serindë | Nerdanel | Nimloth | Olwë | Orodreth | Oropher | Rúmil | Tata | Thranduil | Turgon | Voronwë
- ↑ The Silmarillion: Quenta Silmarillion, "Of the Ruin of Doriath"
- ↑ The Complete Guide to Middle-earth
- ↑ The Atlas of Middle-earth pg. 13