Derivative of the elvish words "mith" meaning grey and "randir" meaning pilgrim or wanderer.

A name made up by the elves as an endearment to the wizard Gandalf from Lord of the rings.
Mithrandir kicks erse
by Mith1982 January 02, 2005
One of the Istari (Wizards) in Tolkien's works. Also Called Gandalf.
"Mithrandir!...Mithrandir! They've taken the river at Osgiliath!!! The Bridge is taken!"
by Manave Eru Sulanul July 06, 2004
NOT a god Mith
God is not a Mithrandir
by Anonymous March 28, 2003

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