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Later name for Dorthonion, after its conquest by the armies of Morgoth. At the time it bore the name, it was a desolate forest from which people and animals had fled, inhabited only by wandering bands of Morgoth's monsters and orcs.
It was a plateau raised above ground, and may have survived the flooding of Beleriand as the island of Tol Fuin.
by Andy May 11, 2004
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The "sea-elves", in the work of Tolkien. One of the three clans of elves who crossed the sea (under the leadership of Olwe), although the elves led by Cirdan, who remained in a region of Beleriand known as the Falas, are also counted among the Teleri. (The Sindar, who are of the same clan, appear to be considered separate because they did not reach the sea).

Closest to Ulmo among the Valar, the Teleri dwell in coastal towns whether in Valinor or Middle-Earth. They play a minor role in the Silmarillion; their main dwelling-places in Beleriand were the cities of Vinyamar and Eglarest in the Falas. In Lord of the Rings, the elves dwelling in Lindon and the Grey Havens, including the still-resident Cirdan, are Teleri.
The Teleri are great ship-builders, although their greatest ships were stolen by Feanor and the Noldor in the Kinslaying. These ships were later burnt by Feanor at Loscar, in a gesture of hostility towards Fingolfin, whom he had left in the lands near Valinor.
by Andy April 26, 2004
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A title of Jesus Christ, indicating his status as Messiah.
I am the witness that he is the Chosen One of God.
John the Baptist
by Andy January 16, 2005
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Paranoia that comes from smoking Marujuana. You'l start getting scared of everything and will turn to your friend and say "Shit, I've got the fear."
You'll start getting scared of everything and will turn to your friend and say "Shit, I've got the fear."
by Andy March 17, 2005
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What a hispanic person who speaks poor English might call McDonald's.
Guelcome to Madonnas! (say: Mah-doe-na's)
by Andy September 28, 2005
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The eldest of the seven sons of Feanor in Tolkien's book, The Silmarillion. He was also the lord of their armies after Feanor was slain.

He was captured by Morgoth shortly after his return to Middle-Earth and was held for a long time, chained by one arm to the wall of Angband, until rescued. He fought in various battles, including Nirnaeth Arnoediad and the attack on Elwing's forces, in an attempt to retrieve the Silmarils.

Eventually able to obtain one of the 2 jewels from Morgoth's crown, he found it unbearable to hold and ended up casting it into a volcano before killing himself.
Maedhros was the most tragic of the sons of Feanor, and seems to have been written out of many of their darkest deeds.
by Andy May 23, 2004
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