loëndë

noun *"year-middle", the middle 183rd day of the year, inserted between the months of Nárië and Cermië June and July in the Númenórean calendar and the Steward's Reckoning Appendix D

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  • Loëndë —  / Loende    Also known, especially by the Hobbits, as Midyear s Day, Loëndë was the day that fell in the middle of the year was an important feature in many of the calendars of Middle earth. On a modern calendar, Midyear s Day would be 22 June …   J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth glossary

  • Loende —    see Loëndë …   J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth glossary

  • Middle-earth calendar — refers to one of the systems of keeping time in the fictional Middle earth devised by J. R. R. Tolkien and described in The Lord of the Rings. Because Middle earth was intended to be our world in the distant past, the basic structure of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Cermië —  / Cermie    The seventh month of the year, according to the Stewards Reckoning of Gondor, following Loëndë, and preceding Urimë. On a modern calendar, Cermië ran between 23 June and 22 July, in a normal year …   J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth glossary

  • King's Reckoning —    The calendar of Númenor.    The name given to the calendar system used in Númenor, and in Gondor and Arnor during the early part of the Third Age. It divided the year into twelve months (properly called astar), and included three days that did …   J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth glossary

  • Midyear's Day —    Also called Loëndë, the day that fell in the middle of the year was an important feature in many of the calendars of Middle earth. On a modern calendar, Midyear s Day would be 22 June …   J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth glossary

  • Nárië —  / Narie    The sixth month of the year, according to the Stewards Reckoning of Gondor, following Lótessë, and preceding Loëndë, the feast of Midsummer. On a modern calendar, Nárië ran between 23 May and 21 June …   J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth glossary

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