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The Celebrant flowing through Lothlórien, as seen in The Lord of the Rings Online.

The river Celebrant, also known as Silverlode and Kibil-nâla, was a stream rising in the eastern Misty Mountains near the exit from Moria. The Celebrant ran through the vale of Azanulbizar east to Lothlórien where it was met by the Nimrodel river, and emptied into the Anduin. The stream ran for about eighty-five miles according to The Atlas of Middle-earth.[1]


The Fellowship of the Ring followed this river when they travelled from Moria to Lórien. It formed the northern boundary of the Field of Celebrant. Celeborn and Galadriel of Lothlórien claimed it as part of their realm.[Source?]


Celebrant was a Sindarin word for 'Silvercourse'. It was called Silverlode in Westron and Kibil-nâla in Khuzdul, the language of Dwarves.[Source?]

Translations around the WorldEdit

Foreign Language Translated name
Portuguese (Brazil) Celebrant a.k.a. Veio de Prata
Portuguese (Portugal) Celebrant a.k.a. Filão de Prata
Spanish (Spain and Latin America) Celebrant a.k.a. Cauce de Plata
Italian Celebrant a.k.a. Argentaroggia
French Celebrant a.k.a. Silverlode
German Celebrant a.k.a. Silverlauf
Chinese (Hong Kong) 銀流河
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  1. The Atlas of Middle-earth, Regional Maps, "The Misty Mountains"

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