Sangahyando, like Angamaitë was probably born in Umbar to an unnamed mother and father and as descendants of the rebel Castamir, they carried on the traditional hatred against Gondor. In TA 1634, when King Minardil was at Pelargir, spies of Sangahyndo and Angamaitë, told them about the king's visit to Pelargir and soon they raided the city, killed the king and seized the great amounts of treasures laying about in the city. His ultimate fate is unknown.
Etymology and NamesEdit
Sangahyando was a Quenya word that meant 'throng-cleaver'. Sangahyando was originally called "Sangahyanda" in an earlier text.