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Vairë the Weaver

Vairë

Biographical information

Other names
Gwîr, the Weaver
Titles
Queen of the Valar
Date of birth
Before the creation of Arda
Year ascended to the throne
Date of death
Realms ruled
Spouse
Weapon
Powers of the Valar

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Female
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This article is about the the Valier. For the wife of Lindo, see Vairë (Elf).


Vairë (Quenya; IPA: [ˈvaɪre] or [ˈwaɪre] - "Weaver") is an Ainu and Vala who was responsible for the weaving of the story of Arda.[1]

BiographyEdit

Vairë is counted among the Valier, the Queens of the Valar; though not as great in power or prestige as some. Her "storied webs" cover the Halls of Mandos, where she apparently lived.[1]

With the passage of time and its many ages, her woven tapestries are expanding and will clothe all of the walls of the Halls of the Dead.[1]

After the death of Finwë, Míriel returned to life and dwelt thereafter in the house of Vairë. She was given the task to record the deeds of the House of Finwë.[2]

EtymologyEdit

In Quendian, Vairë means "Weaver", derived from the Primitive Quendian weirē, which derives from the root wey ("weave, wind"). Her Ñoldorin name is Gwîr, from gwi ("net, web").[3]

Translations around the WorldEdit

Foreign Language Translated name
Amharic ቫኢሬ
Arabic ڢايري ?
Armenian Վաիրը
Belarusian Ваірё
Bulgarian Ваире
Chinese (Hong Kong) 薇瑞
Dari وایره
Georgian ვაირე
Greek Βάιρε
Gujarati વ્ઐરે
Hebrew וירה
Hindi व्ऐरे
Japanese ヴァイレ
Kazakh Ваіре
Kurdish ڤایره‌
Kyrgyz Ваирэ
Macedonian Ваире
Marathi व्ऐरे
Mongolian Ваирё
Nepali व्ऐरे
Pashto وایرې
Persian وایره
Russian Вайрэ
Serbian Ваире (Cyrillic) Vaire (Latinised)
Siamese (Thai) วานา
Sinhala ව්ඓරෙ
Tajik Ваире
Tamil வ்ஐரெ
Telugu వైరె
Tigrinya ቫኢሬ
Ukrainian Ваіре
Urdu وایرے ?
Uyghur ۋاىرە
Uzbek Ваире (Cyrillic) Vaire (Latinised)
Yiddish בֿאַירע

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 The Silmarillion, Valaquenta, "Of the Valar"
  2. The History of Middle-earth, Vol. 10: Morgoth's Ring, The Later Quenta Silmarillion, The Second Phase, II: "The Earliest Version of the Story of Finwë and Míriel"
  3. The History of Middle-earth, Vol. 5: The Lost Road and Other Writings, Part Three: "The Etymologies"

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