Bachor – bachor – "pedlar", member of the Angle's council
Curudir - curu – "skill", dir - "man" = skilled man, friend of Master Maurus
Elesinda – servant to the Lady Nienelen
Gelir – "merry" – youngest son of Pelara, Ranger
Halbarad – hal – "tall", barad – "tower" = "tall tower", kinsman to Aragorn and Ranger of the North
Herdir – herdir – "master", reeve to Lord Aragorn
Linmir – lin –"to sing," mír – "jewel" = "a jewel as if to sing", wife of the smith of Emyn Unial
Landir – tanner and Elder of the Council
Lothel – loth – "flower", êl – "star" = "star flower", granddaughter to Pelara
Mahtan - A great smith of the Noldor, for which the smith of the Angle was named
Maurus – maur – "gloomy", rusc – "fox" = "gloomy fox", Elder of the council of the Angle
Melendir – "melen" past participle of melant – "to love" –dir - "man" = "loved man", father of Nienelen
Melethron – noun- masculine – "lover", Ranger of the Angle
Nesta – nestad- "healing", Healer of the Angle
Nienelen –grief or mourning as in (nienna – Vala of mourning), (Nienor – "mourning" sister of Turin) Elen – star = "mourning star"
Pelara –Pele "fence", ara – "high/noble" = "noble fence/guard", Master Maurus' daughter, once servant and aide to the Lady Gilraen
Sereg – sereg = "blood" plowman of the wanderers
Tanaes – tân – "maker", aes – "meat" "maker of meat", the butcher of the Angle, former Ranger
Tanril - tân – "maker" , ril – "brilliance" = "maker of brilliance", wife of the Angle's smith, metal worker in her own right
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