What does Aragorn say to Legolas?
Aragorn [to Legolas]: 'Bring him down, Legolas! ' [lit. 'Kill it! Kill it Legolas!
The simple truth is that the first video is a joke. It's a funny, clever distortion of an important scene in the movie but it was never filmed that way and there would be no reason for Peter Jackson to edit the scene to look that way. So, no, Aragorn did NOT forget the name of Legolas' father.
The name Legolas is a Silvan dialect form of pure Sindarin Laegolas, which means "Greenleaf".
Gimli calls Legolas “lad” because the elf is more youthful than him in appearance, if not in actual age.
In fact, there's only one line that Legolas says to Frodo: “And you have my bow.”
Tauriel truly threw a wrench in Legolas' life when he fell in love with her. She was brave, fierce, and a protective leader of the guard. He was meant to be the dutiful son of King Thranduil, but in loving her, he became a stubborn, masterful archer instead. He loved exploration and adventure over his duties.
Myth: Gimli is the last dwarf.
Though Gimli has no children, he is not the last Dwarf of Middle-earth. After the fall of Sauron, his people continued to thrive in the Lonely Mountain. Gimli made his home in Rohan, in the Glittering Caves of Aglarond, and many of his kinsfolk came with him.
Legolas and Gimli's relationship is strong in The Lord of the Rings, even though it wasn't explicitly romantic in canon. The members of the Fellowship in The Lord of the Rings forge an unbreakable bond while on their mission to destroy the One Ring.
Legolas is a Sindarin Elf from the Woodland Realm of Northern Mirkwood. His father, Thranduil, is the King of the Silvan Elves living in that realm, making Legolas the Prince of Mirkwood.
The actor is suffering from Legolas Syndrome — where you accidentally get cast into a role that suits you far more than your real-life looks, leaving you with a tricky predicament after the wrap party.
Is Legolas a GREY elf?
Legolas was the son of Thranduil, King of the Woodland Realm of Northern Mirkwood, who appeared as "the Elvenking" in The Hobbit. Thranduil, one of the Sindar or "Grey Elves", ruled over the Silvan Elves or "Wood-elves" of Mirkwood.
In the films, Bloom wore contacts to make his eyes blue, probably to distinguish him from the Silvan elves of Mirkwood, Legolas, the son of Thranduil, is a Sindarin, often treated as nobility by elves of less distinguished lineage.
Either way, Gimli of course takes offense at this, and replies with "Ishkhaqwi ai durugnul" which means "I spit on your grave" in the common tongue. It is said in an old form of Dwarvish, known as Khuzdul.
Arod (old English for “swift”) was the gray horse given to Legolas by Éomer at their first meeting, near the beginning of The Two Towers. Arod was played by Percy, a Percheron-cross stallion. Orlando Bloom claimed he was the friendliest horse on set.
|Spouse||loved Kíli; never married|
The paranoid-schizoid position is fragile and challenged constantly; Frodo's first challenge is to see the hobbit Sméagol in the wretched remains of his alter ego, Gollum, a good hobbit turned bad.
Arwen: 'I'm the faster rider - I'll take him.
'I will take him. I am the swifter rider. '
Legolas to Thranduil (same scene): L: „Cí hen naethathog, oru degithon.” [The second part actually sounds rather like „ulu genithon” in the movie, but this version makes no sense to me either.] Subtitle: „If you harm her, you will have to kill me.”
That said, the people behind the “official movie guide” for The Lord of the Rings list Legolas as being born in the year 87 of the Third Age of Middle-earth, which makes him some 2,931 years old around the time of the War of the Ring, which happened over 3,000 years into the Third Age of Middle-earth.
However, Tauriel also has a "softer side", and her character arc includes a love story. Though she and Legolas first met as children, and their relationship is significant, her romantic arc is not with him, as she develops a mutual attraction to the dwarf Kíli.
Who was the oldest elf in Middle-earth?
|Language||Sindarin, Quenya, Westron|
|Birth||Between Y.T. 1050 and 1105 Cuiviénen|
After the death of Thorin in the Battle of Five Armies, Dain becomes King under the Mountain. He redeems the Arkenstone from Bard with a fourteenth of the treasure, which is used to re-establish Dale. Over the next three years, Bard rebuilds the city of Dale and becomes its ruler.
Combining the poor communication between Erebor and Moria with the Dwarves' extended lifespans, Gimli might not have known about the fall of Moria simply because Erebor had not grown too worried about the lack of information yet.
- Thorin III 'Stonehelm' ...
- Gimli, Son of Glóin. ...
- Glóin the Dwarf, Champion of Erebor. ...
- Thorin Oakenshield, King Under the Mountain. ...
- Dwalin the Dwarf, Champion of Erebor. ...
- Thrór. ...
- Dáin Ironfoot, Lord of the Iron Hills. ...
- Durin, King of Khazad-dûm.
Now, as far as I can remember, Tolkien doesn't say “Legolas does not have children.” But Legolas is never mentioned as being a father, and there aren't any mentions in any genealogy charts of Legolas having descendants.
Arwen is one of the half-elven who lived during the Third Age; her father was Elrond half-elven, lord of the Elvish sanctuary of Rivendell, while her mother was the Elf Celebrian, daughter of the Elf-queen Galadriel, ruler of Lothlórien.
Fans know from the later Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit tales, that Galadriel eventually finds, falls in love with, and marries Celeborn, the elf who accompanies her down the stairs when the fellowship first arrives in Lothlorien.
Legolas never marries. The closest he gets is spending the rest of his life, as far as we know, with Gimli; they travel around Middle Earth for decades together, and eventually Gimli is given special dispensation to travel to the Undying Lands with his "friend" Legolas—the only dwarf ever to do so.
Legolas is the Elvish component of the group of characters known as the Fellowship of the Ring, on a quest to destroy the One Ring. He certainly speaks Westron, the common language of men, elves, and hobbits in the world of Middle Earth.
It's quite clear to readers of LotR that Legolas is male; he's referred to as the son of the Elvenking and always with male pronouns. That's also the case in the movies.
What is written on Andúril?
The inscription down the length of the blade on both sides is in the Tolkien language of Quenya, written in the runes of Eregion, that say “Nányë Andúril i né Narsil i macil Elendilo. Lercuvanten i máli Mordórëo”. This translates to “I am Andúril who was Narsil, the sword of Elendil. Let the thralls of Mordor flee me.”
There is no similar phrase in Sindarin, but David Salo coined a (Neo) Sindarin verb hanna- “to thank” as a counterpart to Neo-Quenya hanta-, and this Neo-Sindarin verb was used in Peter Jackson's Lord of the Ring movies in the phrase hannon le “thank you”.
Narsil is a Quenya name meaning "red and white flame". The name is said to consist of the stems NAR ("fire"; cf. nár "fire") + THIL ("white light").
aragorn: Be iest lîn. aragorn: 'Stay with the Hobbits - I will send horses for you. ' Arwen: 'I'm the faster rider - I'll take him.
Inscribed on the blade are runes in the Elven language of Sindarin that say: aen estar Hadhafang i chathol hen, thand arod dan i thang an i Arwen, which translates to: This blade is called Hadhafang, a noble defense against the enemy throng for a noble lady.
As one of the nine Nazgûl, Isildur was forced to serve the Dark Lord for all time until he was defeated and freed by Talion. The ranger later claimed his ring to survive after Celebrimbor abandoned him and eventually took Isildur's place among the Nazgûl after holding back Sauron's forces for decades.
By all that you hold dear on this good earth, I bid you stand, Men of the West!” – Aragorn.