List of Middle-earth characters

The following is a list of characters from J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth legendarium. The list is for characters from Tolkien's writings only; for original characters from Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings film trilogy, please see List of original characters in the Lord of the Rings film trilogy.

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Hobbits are listed by their family names, not given names (for example, Frodo Baggins is under Baggins, Frodo), and rulers of Númenor are listed by their names without Tar- or Ar- prefixes (for example, Ar-Pharazôn is under Pharazôn, Ar-).

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Contents: Top · 0–9 · A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

A

Ælfwine - Abattârik, Ar- - Adanedhel - Adanel - Adrahil - Adrahil II - Adûnakhôr, Ar- - Aegnor - Aerin - Agarwaen - Aikanáro - Aiwendil - Alatar - Alatáriel - Alcarin, Tar- - Aldamir - Aldarion, Tar- - Aldaron - Aldor - Amandil - Amandil, Tar- - Amdír - Amlaith - Amras - Amrod - Amroth - Amrothos - Anairë - Anardil - Anárion - Anárion, Tar- - Ancalagon - Ancalimë, Tar- - Ancalimon, Tar- - Andrast - Anducal, Tar- - Anfauglir - Andreth - Andróg - Angrod - Annatar - Arador - Araglas - Aragorn I - Aragorn II - Aragost - Arahad - Arahad I - Arahad II - Arahael - Aranarth - Arantar - Aranuir - Araphant - Araphor - Arassuil - Aratan - Aratar - Arathorn I - Arathorn II - Araval - Aravir - Aravorn - Aredhel - Ardamin, Tar- - Aredhel - Argeleb - Argeleb I - Argeleb II - Argon - Argonui - Arien - Aros - Arthedain - Arvedui - Arvegil - Arveleg I - Arveleg II - Arwen - Atanamir, Tar- - Atanatar - Atanatar I - Atanatar II - Aulë - Ausir - Avranc - Azaghâl - Azog

B

Baggins, Balbo - Baggins, Bilbo - Baggins, Bungo - Baggins, Frodo - Baldor - Balin - Baragund - Barahir - Barahir (Steward) - Baran - Bard the Bowman - Bauglir - Belecthor I - Belecthor II - Beleg - Beleg of Arnor - Belegorn - Belegund - Belemir - Bëor - Beorn - Bereg - Beregond - Beregond (Steward) - Beren - Beren (Steward) - Bergil - Berúthiel - Bifur - Bill the Pony - Boldog - Boffin, Berylla - Bofur - Bolg - Bolger, Fredegar (Fatty) - Bombadil, Tom - Bombur - Bór - Borin - Boromir (Steward) - Boromir - Boron - Borondir - Brand - Brand II - Brandir - Brandybuck, Gormadoc - Brandybuck, Meriadoc - Brandybuck, Primula - Brego - Bregolas - Bregor - Brodda - Brytta Léofa - Bucca of the Marish - Butterbur, Barliman

C

Calembel - Calimehtar - Calion, Tar- - Calmacil - Calmacil, Tar- - Captain of the Haven - Caranthir - Carcharoth - Castamir the Usurper - Cemendur - Celeborn - Celebrían - Celebrimbor - Celebrindor - Celegorm - Celepharn - Ceorl - Círdan - Cirion - Ciryaher - Ciryandil - Ciryatan, Tar- - Ciryon - Cotton, Rosie - Curufin - Curunír

D

Daeron - Dáin I - Dáin II Ironfoot - Daughters of Finwë - Déagol - Denethor (First Age) - Denethor I - Denethor II - Déor - Deórwine - Dernhelm - Diamond of Long Cleeve - Dior - Dior (Steward) - Dís (Middle-earth) - Dori - Dorlas - Draugluin - Duilin - Durin - Durin II - Durin III - Durin IV - Durin V - Durin VI - Durin VII - Durin's Bane - Dwalin

E

Eärendil - Eärendil of Gondor - Eärendur of Andúnië - Eärendur of Arnor - Eärendur son of Tar-Amandil - Eärnil I - Eärnil II - Eärnur - Eärwen - Ecthelion - Ecthelion of the Fountain - Ecthelion I - Ecthelion II - Egalmoth - Eiliniel - Elanor the Fair - Elbereth - Eldacar - Eldacar of Arnor - Eldacar of Gondor - Eldarion - Elemmakil - Elendil - Elendil, Tar- - Elendor - Elendur of Arnor - Elendur son of Isildur - Elenna - Elenwë - Elessar - Elfhelm - Elfhild - Elfwine - Elladan - Elmo - Elrohir - Elrond - Elros - Elu - Eluréd and Elurín - Elwë - Elwing - Elven-king - Emeldir - Emerië - Enel - Enelyë - Eöl - Éomer - Éomund - Eönwë - Eorl the Young - Éothain - Éothéod - Éowyn - Eradan - Erendis - Erestor - Erkenbrand - Eru Ilúvatar - Estel - Estelmo - Estë

F

Falassion, Tar- - Faniel - Faramir - Fastred of Greenholm - Fëanor - Felaróf - Female hobbits - Fengel - Ferny, Bill - Fíli - Finarfin - Findis - Finduilas - Finduilas of Dol Amroth - Fingolfin - Fingon - Finrod Felagund - Finvain - Finwë - Fíriel - Folcwine - Forlong the Fat - Fréa - Fréaláf Hildeson - Fréawine - Freca - Frerin - Frór - Fuinur - Fundin

G

Galador - Galadriel - Galdor of Gondolin - Galdor the Tall - Galdor of the Havens - Gamgee, Hamfast - Gamgee, Samwise - Gamil Zirak - Gamling - Gandalf - Ghân-buri-Ghân - Gil-galad - Gildor Inglorion - Gilrain - Gimilkhâd - Gimilzôr, Ar- - Gimli - Ginglith - Girion - Glanhír - Glaurung - Glóin - Glóredhel - Glorfindel - Goldberry - Goldwine - Golfimbul - Gollum - Gorbag - Gorlim - Gorthaur - Gothmog (First Age) - Gothmog (Third Age) - Gram - Gríma - Grimbold - Grishnákh - Grór - Gwaihir - Gwathir - Gwindor

H

Hador - Hador (Steward) - Halbarad - Haldad - Haldan - Haldar - Haldir (First Age) - Haldir of Lórien - Haleth - Hallas - Halmir - Háma - Handir - Hardang - Hareth - Helm Hammerhand - Herion - Herucalmo - Herumor - Herunúmen, Tar- - Hirgon - Hiril - Hostamir, Tar- - Huan - Hundar - Huor - Húrin - Húrin I - Húrin II - Húrin the Tall - Hyarmendacil I - Hyarmendacil II

I

Ibûn - Idril - Ilmarë - Ilúvatar - Imbar - Imin - Iminyë - Imrahil - Indis - Inglor - Ingwë - Inziladûn, Ar- - Inzilbêth - Írildë - Irimë - Irmo - Isildur - Isilmë - Isilmo - Ivriniel

K

Khamûl - Khîm - Kíli - Kings of Arnor - Kings of Arthedain - Kings of Gondor - Kings of Rohan - Kings of Númenor

L

Lagduf - Lalaith - Legolas - Lenwë - Léod - Lindir - Lugdush - Lúthien

M

Mablung - Maedhros - Maeglin - Maggot, Farmer - Maglor - Magor - Mahtan - Maiar - Malach - Malbeth the Seer - Mallor - Malvegil - Man in the Moon - Manthor - Manwë - Marach - Mardil Voronwë - Mauhúr - Melian - Meleth - Meneldil - Meneldur, Tar - Mîm - Minalcar - Minardil - Minastir, Tar- - Minyatur, Tar- - Míriel - Mithrandir - Morgoth - Morwen - Morwen Steelsheen - Mouth of Sauron - Muzgash

N

Nahar - Náin - Náin I - Náin II - Námo - Narmacil I - Narmacil II - Narvi - Nerdanel - Nessa - Nienna - Nienor - Nimloth - Nimrodel - Níniel - Nóm - Nori

O

Ohtar - Óin, son of Glóin - Óin, son of Gróin - Old Man Willow - Olórin - Olwë - Ondoher - Ori - Ornendil - Orodreth - Orodreth (Steward) - Oromë - Oropher - Orophin - Ossë - Ostoher

P

Pallando - Palantir, Tar- - Pelendur - Pengolodh - Pharazôn, Ar- - Princes of Dol Amroth

Q

Queen Berúthiel

R

Radagast - Rían - Rómendacil I - Rómendacil II - Rúmil

S

Sackville-Baggins, Lobelia - Sackville-Baggins, Lotho - Sador - Saeros - Sakalthôr, Ar- - Salgant - Salmar - Saruman - Sauron - Scatha - Shadowfax - Shagrat - Shelob - Silmariën - Singollo - Siriondil - Smaug - Sméagol - Snowmane - Soronto - Stewards of Gondor - Strider - Súrion, Tar-

T

Tal-Elmar - Tarcil - Tarondor of Gondor - Tarondor of Arnor - Tarannon Falastur - Tata - Tatië - Telchar - Telemmaitë, Tar- - Telemnar - Telemnar, Tar- - Telperiën, Tar- - Telumehtar - Thengel - Théoden - Théodred - Théodwyn - Thingol - Thorin I - Thorin II Oakenshield - Thorin III Stonehelm - Thorondir - Thorondor - Thráin I - Thráin II - Thranduil - Thrór - Tilion - Tindomiel - Tinúviel - Tom Bombadil - Took, Adalgrim - Took, Belladonna - Took, Bullroarer - Took, Faramir - Took, Ferumbras III - Took, Fortinbras II - Took, Gerontius - Took, Isumbras - Took, Paladin - Took, Paladin II - Took, Pearl - Took, Peregrin - Took, Pervinca - Took, Pimpernel - Treebeard - Trotter - Tulkas - Tuor - Turgon - Turgon (Steward) - Turambar - Túrin - Túrin I - Túrin II

U

Ufthak - Uglúk - Uinen - Uldor - Ulfang - Ulfast - Ulwarth - Ulmo - Umbardacil - Undómiel - Ungoliant - Uolë Kúvion - Urwen

V

Vairë - Valacar - Valandil of Andúnië - Valandil of Arnor - Valandur - Vána - Vanimeldë, Tar- - Varda - Vardamir Nólimon - Vidugavia - Vidumavi - Vinyarion - Vorondil the Hunter - Voronwë

W

Walda - Watcher in the Water - Witch-king of Angmar - Wormtongue - Wulf - Will Whitfoot

Y

Yavanna - Yávien

Z

Zimraphel, Ar- - Zimrathôn, Ar-


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