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This article refers to the King of Durin's Folk. For other namesakes, see Thorin (disambiguation).

Thorin I was the son of Thráin I, whom he succeeded as King under the Mountain and King of Durin's Folk.

BiographyEdit

Hearing of greater riches in the Grey Mountains, Thorin decided to leave the Lonely Mountain with the greater part of his folk, along with the Arkenstone, leaving the mountain abandoned for over three hundred years until his descendant Thrór reclaimed it. He was succeeded as king by his son Glóin.

His grandfather was Náin I, who was the last ruler of Khazad-dûm before he was killed and the rest of his people driven out by a Balrog. He was also a sixth generation relative and the namesake of Thorin Oakenshield, who led the quest to reclaim the Lonely Mountain from the dragon Smaug, and afterwards died in the Battle of Five Armies.[1]

Translations around the worldEdit

Foreign Language Translated name
Arabic ثورين الأول
Armenian Տորին I
Belarusian Cyrillic Торын I
Bengali দ্বিতীয় ঠরিন
Bulgarian Cyrillic Торин I
Chinese 索林一世
Georgian თორინ I
Greek Θόριν Α΄
Hebrew תורין הראשון
Hindi थोरिन प्रथम
Japanese トーリン1世
Kannada ಪ್ರಥಮ ಥೋರಿನ್
Kazakh I Торин (Cyrillic) I Torïn (Latin)
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Торин I
Macedonian Cyrillic Торин I
Marathi पहिला थोरिन
Mongolian Cyrillic Торин I
Nepalese पहिलो थोरिन
Persian تورین یکم
Serbian Торин I (Cyrillic) Torin I (Latin)
Sinhalese පළමු තෝරින්
Russian Торин I
Tamil முதல் ட்ஹொரிந்
Telugu ప్రధమ తోరం
Thai ธอริน 1
Ukrainian Cyrillic Торін I
Urdu توران اول
Yiddish I טהאָרין
King of Durin's Folk
Preceded by
Thráin I
Thorin I Succeeded by
Glóin
TA 2190 - TA 2289
King under the Mountain
Preceded by
Thráin I
Thorin I Succeeded by
Thrór
TA 2190TA 2210

ReferencesEdit

  1. The Lord of the Rings, Appendix A: Annals of the Kings and Rulers, III: Durin's Folk