In the works of J. R. R. Tolkien, the Noldor (also spelled Ñoldor, meaning those with knowledge in Quenya) are High Elves of the Second Clan who migrated to Valinor and lived in Eldamar. The Noldor are called Golodhrim or Gódhellim in Sindarin, and Goldui by Teleri of Tol Eressëa. The singular form of the Quenya noun is Noldo and the adjective is Noldorin. 'Noldor' meant 'the Wise', that is those who have great knowledge and understanding. The Noldor indeed early showed the greatest talents of all the Elves both for intellectual pursuits and technical skills. They were the Second Clan of the Elves in both order and size, the other clans being the Vanyar and the Teleri. Like the Teleri, they typically had grey eyes and dark hair (except for those who had Vanyarin blood, most prominently the

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  • In the works of J. R. R. Tolkien, the Noldor (also spelled Ñoldor, meaning those with knowledge in Quenya) are High Elves of the Second Clan who migrated to Valinor and lived in Eldamar. The Noldor are called Golodhrim or Gódhellim in Sindarin, and Goldui by Teleri of Tol Eressëa. The singular form of the Quenya noun is Noldo and the adjective is Noldorin. 'Noldor' meant 'the Wise', that is those who have great knowledge and understanding. The Noldor indeed early showed the greatest talents of all the Elves both for intellectual pursuits and technical skills. They were the Second Clan of the Elves in both order and size, the other clans being the Vanyar and the Teleri. Like the Teleri, they typically had grey eyes and dark hair (except for those who had Vanyarin blood, most prominently the members of the House of Finarfin). The Noldor Elves were the most intellectually gifted of all the Elves, as well as the strongest and the most proud. The Noldor were the bravest and most powerful people among the Sons of Ilúvatar, with a light in their eyes similar to that of the stars. They fought the greatest wars of which dwarves or men have heard. (en)
  • In the works of J. R. R. Tolkien, the Noldor (also spelled Ñoldor, meaning those with knowledge in Quenya) are a kindred of High Elves, who initially migrated to Valinor from Middle-earth and lived in Eldamar, before the majority of their people returned to Middle-earth following the death of their first leader Finwë. They were the second clan of the Elves in both order and size, the other clans being the Vanyar and the Teleri. The Noldor are called Golodhrim or Gódhellim in Sindarin, and Goldui by Teleri of Tol Eressëa. The singular form of the Quenya noun is Noldo and the adjective is Noldorin. 'Noldor' meant 'the Wise', that is those who have great knowledge and understanding. They typically have grey eyes and dark hair, though diverse features could be found among some notable individuals. Among the Elven people, the Noldor showed the greatest talents for intellectual pursuits, technical skills and physical strength, yet are prone to ambition and pridefulness. Several Noldor characters play a pivotal role in the development and lore of Tolkien's major works, in particular The Lord of the Rings, as well as the posthumously published The Silmarilion. (en)
  • In the works of J. R. R. Tolkien, the Noldor (also spelled Ñoldor, meaning those with knowledge in Quenya) are a kindred of High Elves who initially migrated to Valinor from Middle-earth and lived in Eldamar, before the majority of their people returned to Middle-earth following the death of their first leader Finwë. They were the second clan of the Elves in both order and size, the other clans being the Vanyar and the Teleri. The Noldor are called Golodhrim or Gódhellim in Sindarin, and Goldui by Teleri of Tol Eressëa. The singular form of the Quenya noun is Noldo and the adjective is Noldorin. 'Noldor' meant 'the Wise', that is those who have great knowledge and understanding. Among the Elven people, the Noldor showed the greatest talents for intellectual pursuits, technical skills and physical strength, yet are prone to ambition and pridefulness. They typically have grey eyes and dark hair, though divergent physical features could be found among some individuals. Several Noldo characters play a pivotal role in the development and lore of Tolkien's major works, in particular The Lord of the Rings, as well as the posthumously published The Silmarilion. (en)
  • In the works of J. R. R. Tolkien, the Noldor (also spelled Ñoldor, meaning those with knowledge in Quenya) are a kindred of High Elves who initially migrated to Valinor from Middle-earth and lived in Eldamar, before the majority of their people returned to Middle-earth following the death of their first leader Finwë. They were the second clan of the Elves in both order and size, the other clans being the Vanyar and the Teleri. The Noldor are called Golodhrim or Gódhellim in Sindarin, and Goldui by Teleri of Tol Eressëa. The singular form of the Quenya noun is Noldo and the adjective is Noldorin. 'Noldor' meant 'the Wise', that is those who have great knowledge and understanding. Among the Elven people, the Noldor showed the greatest talents for intellectual pursuits, technical skills and physical strength, yet are prone to ambition and pridefulness. They typically have grey eyes and dark hair, though divergent physical features could be found among some individuals. Several Noldorin characters play a pivotal role in the development and lore of Tolkien's major works, in particular The Lord of the Rings, as well as the posthumously published The Silmarilion. (en)
  • In the works of J. R. R. Tolkien, the Noldor (also spelled Ñoldor, meaning those with knowledge in Quenya) are a kindred of High Elves who initially migrated to Valinor from Middle-earth and lived in Eldamar, before the majority of their people returned to Middle-earth following the death of their first leader Finwë. They were the second clan of the Elves in both order and size, the other clans being the Vanyar and the Teleri. The Noldor are called Golodhrim or Gódhellim in Sindarin, and Goldui by Teleri of Tol Eressëa. The singular form of the Quenya noun is Noldo and the adjective is Noldorin. 'Noldor' meant 'the Wise', that is those who have great knowledge and understanding. Among the Elven people, the Noldor showed the greatest talents for intellectual pursuits, technical skills and physical strength, yet are prone to ambition and pridefulness. They typically have grey eyes and dark hair, though divergent physical features could be found among some individuals. Several Noldorin characters play a pivotal role in the development and lore of Tolkien's major works, in particular The Lord of the Rings, as well as the posthumously published The Silmarillion. (en)
  • In the works of J. R. R. Tolkien, the Noldor (also spelled Ñoldor, meaning those with knowledge in Quenya) are a kindred of High Elves who initially migrated to Valinor from Middle-earth and lived in Eldamar, before the majority of their people returned to Middle-earth following the death of their first leader Finwë. They were the second clan of the Elves in both order and size, the other clans being the Vanyar and the Teleri. Among the Elven people, the Noldor showed the greatest talents for intellectual pursuits, technical skills and physical strength, yet are prone to ambition and pridefulness. They typically have grey eyes and dark hair, though divergent physical features could be found among some individuals. Several Noldorin characters play a pivotal role in the development and lore of Tolkien's major works, in particular The Lord of the Rings, as well as the posthumously published The Silmarillion. (en)
  • In the works of J. R. R. Tolkien, the Noldor (also spelled Ñoldor, meaning those with knowledge in Quenya) are a kindred of High Elves who initially migrated to Valinor from Middle-earth and lived in Eldamar, before the majority of their people returned to Middle-earth following the death of their first leader Finwë. They were the second clan of the Elves in both order and size, the other clans being the Vanyar and the Teleri. Among the Elven people, the Noldor showed the greatest talents for intellectual pursuits, technical skills and physical strength, yet are prone to ambition and prideful behaviour. They typically have grey eyes and dark hair, though divergent physical features could be found among some individuals. Several Noldorin characters play a pivotal role in the development and lore of Tolkien's major works, in particular The Lord of the Rings, as well as the posthumously published The Silmarillion. (en)
  • In the works of J. R. R. Tolkien, the Noldor (also spelled Ñoldor, meaning those with knowledge in Quenya) are a kindred of High Elves who initially migrated to Valinor from Middle-earth and lived in Eldamar, the coastal region of Aman, a continent that lay west of Middle-earth. The majority of the Noldor returned to Middle-earth following the murder of their first leader Finwë by the Dark Lord Morgoth, on the instigation of Finwë's eldest son Fëanor. They were the second clan of the Elves in both order and size, the other clans being the Vanyar and the Teleri. Among the Elven people, the Noldor showed the greatest talents for intellectual pursuits, technical skills and physical strength, yet are prone to ambition and prideful behaviour. They typically have grey eyes and dark hair, though divergent physical features could be found among some individuals. Several Noldorin characters play a pivotal role in the development and lore of Tolkien's major works, in particular The Lord of the Rings, as well as the posthumously published The Silmarillion. (en)
  • In the works of J. R. R. Tolkien, the Noldor (also spelled Ñoldor, meaning those with knowledge in Quenya) are a kindred of High Elves who initially migrated to Valinor from Middle-earth and lived in Eldamar, the coastal region of Aman, a continent that lay west of Middle-earth. The majority of the Noldor returned to Middle-earth following the murder of their first leader Finwë by the Dark Lord Morgoth, on the instigation of Finwë's eldest son Fëanor. They were the second clan of the Elves in both order and size, the other clans being the Vanyar and the Teleri. Among the Elven people, the Noldor showed the greatest talents for intellectual pursuits, technical skills and physical strength, yet are prone to unchecked ambition and prideful behaviour. They typically have grey eyes and dark hair, though divergent physical features could be found among some individuals. Several Noldorin characters play a pivotal role in the development and lore of Tolkien's major works, in particular The Lord of the Rings, as well as the posthumously published The Silmarillion. (en)
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  • In the works of J. R. R. Tolkien, the Noldor (also spelled Ñoldor, meaning those with knowledge in Quenya) are High Elves of the Second Clan who migrated to Valinor and lived in Eldamar. The Noldor are called Golodhrim or Gódhellim in Sindarin, and Goldui by Teleri of Tol Eressëa. The singular form of the Quenya noun is Noldo and the adjective is Noldorin. 'Noldor' meant 'the Wise', that is those who have great knowledge and understanding. The Noldor indeed early showed the greatest talents of all the Elves both for intellectual pursuits and technical skills. They were the Second Clan of the Elves in both order and size, the other clans being the Vanyar and the Teleri. Like the Teleri, they typically had grey eyes and dark hair (except for those who had Vanyarin blood, most prominently the (en)
  • In the works of J. R. R. Tolkien, the Noldor (also spelled Ñoldor, meaning those with knowledge in Quenya) are a kindred of High Elves, who initially migrated to Valinor from Middle-earth and lived in Eldamar, before the majority of their people returned to Middle-earth following the death of their first leader Finwë. They were the second clan of the Elves in both order and size, the other clans being the Vanyar and the Teleri. The Noldor are called Golodhrim or Gódhellim in Sindarin, and Goldui by Teleri of Tol Eressëa. The singular form of the Quenya noun is Noldo and the adjective is Noldorin. 'Noldor' meant 'the Wise', that is those who have great knowledge and understanding. They typically have grey eyes and dark hair, though diverse features could be found among some notable individu (en)
  • In the works of J. R. R. Tolkien, the Noldor (also spelled Ñoldor, meaning those with knowledge in Quenya) are a kindred of High Elves who initially migrated to Valinor from Middle-earth and lived in Eldamar, before the majority of their people returned to Middle-earth following the death of their first leader Finwë. They were the second clan of the Elves in both order and size, the other clans being the Vanyar and the Teleri. (en)
  • In the works of J. R. R. Tolkien, the Noldor (also spelled Ñoldor, meaning those with knowledge in Quenya) are a kindred of High Elves who initially migrated to Valinor from Middle-earth and lived in Eldamar, the coastal region of Aman, a continent that lay west of Middle-earth. The majority of the Noldor returned to Middle-earth following the murder of their first leader Finwë by the Dark Lord Morgoth, on the instigation of Finwë's eldest son Fëanor. They were the second clan of the Elves in both order and size, the other clans being the Vanyar and the Teleri. (en)
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