Detail: In Professor Tolkien’s Elvin language of Quenya, Tuilë is the name for spring
Origin: Literay – Tolkien
Meaning: “Son of red king.”
Nicknames: Rory, Mac
Detail: Possibly derived from the Gaelic rori meaning “red king” and mac “son of”
Rorimac is grandfather of Meriadoc “Merry” Brandybuck. He was present at Bilbo’s famous Birthday Party, and was noted as being the first to suspect that Bilbo’s disappearance at that party meant that “Mad Baggins” had gone off on another adventure. He was nearly a hundred years old at that time, and commonly known as “Old Rory”.
Origin: English / Tolkien
Meaning: “Delightful charger; horse lover.”
Pronunciation: The first syllable of Eowyn sounds like “eh-ah,” with the “ah” just barely pronounced. The y in the second syllable is the same sound as the German letter ü or the French u.
(eh-ah-weun) [French u]
In the films it is pronounced (EY-oh-win)
Nicknames: Eo, Wyn
Detail: J.R.R. Tolkien created the name Eowyn using elements from Old English. In the Old English language the word eoh (or eh) means “war-horse, charger” while wyn means “delight, pleasure.”
Nicknames: Foz, Fos, Fox
Detail: Fosco Baggins was the paternal grandfather of the ring-bearer Frodo in The Lord of the Rings by Tolkien.
Detail: The name is from the Turkish word volkan (‘vulcano’), which is ultimately of the Latin vulcanus (‘vulcano’). The name Vulcanus was borne in Roman mythology by the god of fire.
In honor of Frodo’s journey to Mount Doom.
Meaning: “Daughter of the starry twilight.”
Nicknames: Tini, Tin, Tinu, Nuvi
Detail: Luthien Tinuviel, a half-elven princess, was “the fairest maiden that has ever been among all the children of this world.” It literally means “daughter of the starry twilight”, which signifies “nightingale”.