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One of the most ancient Ents, dating back to the time long before the first rising of the Sun; known to have survived until at least III 3019, Leaflock presumably lived on into the Fourth Age
Leaflock's name is a poetic translation of Finglas, literally meaning 'hair-leaf' (the 'lock' in 'Leaflock' is therefore used in the sense of a 'lock' of hair)
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An ancient Ent of Fangorn Forest

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One of the oldest of the Ents, called Finglas in Elvish, whose name referred to his leafy 'hair'. According to Treebeard, Leaflock had become tired and tree-like, sometimes sleeping entire seasons through.

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