(Ann-Doo-Inn) A fantastically hard to pronounce name for lazy American tongues, that everyone thinks originated from Tolkien's "Lord of the Rings" novels. It didn't; instead it comes from (wow a real fact?!) nomadic tribes on the western coast of Italy whom (circa 400 BC) used to be, in essence, wandering gypsies known for selling their odd yet highly-ornate and detailed artistic creations. The "chief" of these tribes (either male or female) was called an Anduin.
Anduin is a great artist and is probably running for his life from the Romans. But what a nifty hat!