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1. a series of books written by JRR Tolkien.

2. a homosexual.

Origin: from lord, as in gaylord & ring, as in anus. Such a person belongs to the 'Fellowship of the Ring'.
"that bloke over there is very close to his male friend. He is blatantly a lord of the rings!"
by Ronny St Papps January 05, 2005
 
1.
1) The best work of literary art ever created divided into three books each of which is subdivided into two books. A must–read for any human.

2) Lord Sauron, forger of the Rings of Power which he controlled with the One Ring (Ash Nazg).
1) Lord of the Rings is my favorite book!

2) We must smite the Lord of the Rings!
by BernyPark April 13, 2004
 
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1. The Lord of the Rings...
An epic fantasy novel written half a century ago by J.R.R. Tolkien otherwise known as John Ronald Reuel Tolkien. It carries on after his famous work, The Hobbit. The Lord of the Rings is divided into three parts - The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, and The Return of the King.
The story of how Tolkien wrote his epic adventure is quite unique and his works are very inspiring to millions aroud the world.
2. The Lord of the Rings has been adapted into movies. The more memorable and accurate adaption being Peter Jackson's theatrical trilogy, released from 2001-2003. His films took home dozens of awards including Golden Globes, and many Oscars Academy Awards.
1. ~"I am going to read Tolkien's Lord of the Rings this summer."
~"Oh... Okay... You do that."
2. ~"I've seen The Lord of the Rings trilogy 7 consecutive times."
~"No wonder you're so pale.."
by Plumberry September 07, 2005
 
3.
The existential fantasy story. A model for others to follow.
The Lord Of The Rings is classic storytelling.
by tradesman April 01, 2003
 
4.
The best book(s) ever written
I love the Lord of the Rings!
by anonamous March 09, 2005
 
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1. The Lord of the Rings...
An epic fantasy novel written half a century ago by J.R.R. Tolkien otherwise known as John Ronald Reuel Tolkien. It carries on after his famous work, The Hobbit. The Lord of the Rings is divided into three parts - The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, and The Return of the King.

The story of how Tolkien wrote his epic adventure is quite unique and his works are very inspiring to millions aroud the world.

2. The Lord of the Rings has been adapted into movies. The more memorable and accurate adaption being Peter Jackson's theatrical trilogy, released from 2001-2003. His films took home dozens of awards including Golden Globes, and many Oscars Academy Awards.
1. ~"I am going to read Tolkien's Lord of the Rings Trilogy this summer."
~"Oh... Okay... You do that."

2. ~"I've seen The Lord of the Rings trilogy 87 consecutive times."
~"No wonder your so pale.."
by Plumberry August 18, 2005
 
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1. Sauron.
2. A book written by jrr tolkien.
3. A movie trilogy directed by Peter Jackson
1.Argh! It's the Lord of the Rings! Run!
2.I'm having a hard time getting into "Lord of the Rings".
3. I have seen "Lord of the Rings" far too many times.
by penguin March 22, 2004
 
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Lord of the Rings is a masterpiece. It was originally intended to be all one book, but it was divided into three books, and each separate book is divided into two books (confused yet?). The story actually begins in "The Hobbit," where Bilbo Baggins discovers the One Ring in Gollum's lair (which, at the time, was in a cavern within the Misty Mountains). Then in "The Fellowship of the Ring," Bilbo grants the ring to his nephew, Frodo, and then departs to start a new and relaxed life (but they soon meet up in Rivendell). Gandalf teaches Frodo that the One Ring was forged in the fires of Mount Doom for the Dark Lord, Sauron. Three rings were given to the Elves, seven to the dwarves, and nine to the men, but it was the One Ring that could mean peril to all that is good in Middle Earth if it was brought back into the hands of the Dark Lord. Frodo had to return it to the one place it could be destroyed, Mount Doom, in the heart of Mordor. Frodo originally sets off with Pippin, Sam, and Merry. They find themselves in Rivendell, where the council of Elrond takes part. Elrond adds Boromir, Aragorn, Legolas, Gandalf, and Gimli to Frodo's party, and they become the Fellowship. To read of their perilous adventures through Middle Earth is to take an adventure through the ancient trees of Lorien, to journey through the dank darkness of Moria, and to wade in the waters of the sacred Nimrodel. If you're into fantasy, then Lord of the Rings is for you.
One ring to rule them all, one ring to find them, one ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them...
- Lord of the Rings
by 62orion86 February 17, 2006