Lhûn

 / Lhun
   River in the west of Eriador flowing into the sea in the Gulf of Lhûn.
   Frequently in an adapted spelling Lune.
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   The river that flowed into the Gulf of Lhûn.
   Also called the Lune, a river in the far northwest of Middle-earth. It rose in the eastern Blue Mountains, and flowed southward to meet the Great Sea in the wide Gulf of Lhûn.

J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth glossary. . 2003.

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