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Dates
The House descended from Marach (who entered Beleriand c. I 313); it was named for Marach's great-great-grandson Hador (c. I 389 - I 455); its last representative, Eärendil, sailed into the West I 538
Location
Associated with the land of Dor-lómin
Race
Division
Culture
Pronunciation
Hador is pronounced 'hah'dorr' (where rr indicates that the final 'r' sound should be distinctly pronounced)
Meaning
Hador means 'warrior'
Other names
Titles
Three generations of the House, from Hador to Húrin, ruled as Lords of Dor-lómin

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  • Updated 27 February 1998
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The Three Houses of the Edain

The most renowned of the Three Houses of the Edain; the house of the descendants and followers of Hador Lórindol. Húrin Thalion, Túrin Turambar, Huor and Tuor were all descended from this House.


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About this entry:

  • Updated 27 February 1998
  • Updates planned: 5

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