The Steadfast

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   A title for heroes among Men.
   The meaning of Thalion, the surname of Húrin of Dor-lómin during the First Age. It is also given as a translation of Voronwë, a title given to Mardil the first Ruling Steward of Gondor.

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

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