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Location
Flowing out of Fangorn Forest, south and then east to meet Anduin
Source
The slopes of Methedras, above Wellinghall in Fangorn Forest
Tributaries
Outflow
Pronunciation
e'ntwash
Meaning
'Flooding river of the Ents' (so named because its source was within the Entwood)
Other names

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  • Updated 16 June 2010
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River Entwash

The broad river that flowed out of Fangorn

Map of the River Entwash

Name among Men for the river the Elves called Onodló; it rose in the Fangorn Forest at the southern foothills of the Misty Mountains, and flowed southeastward through Rohan until it met the Great River Anduin below Rauros.


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