Their sister was Aredhel the White. She was younger in the years of the Eldar than her brothers; and when she was grown to full stature and beauty she was tall and strong, and loved much to ride and hunt in the forests. Ar-Feiniel she was called, The White Lady of the Noldor, for she was pale, though her hair was dark, and she was never arrayed but in silver and white.
Aredhel Ar-Feiniel, the White Lady of the Ñoldor, daughter of Fingolfin, dwelt in Nevrast with Turgon her brother, and she went with him to the Hidden Kingdom. But she wearied of the guarded city of Gondolin, desiring ever the longer the more to ride again in the wide lands and to walk in the forests, as had been her wont in Valinor.
|| I promised some time ago to record the names of the House of Finwë, so here I am. The text I am basically reading is under here. There are some random noises from time to time but I think everything should be understandable. To clarify, I chose the family tree in which Fingon has no children and Gil-Galad is son of Orodreth.
Finwë Ñoldoran married Míriel Therindë in first marriage and Indis in second marriage. His firstborn is Fëanor, in Quenya Curufinwë Fëanáro. The children from the second marriage are Findis, Fingolfin (in Quenya Ñolofinwë Arakáno), ĺrimë Lalwendë more often called Lalwen, and Finarfin Arafinwë Ingoldo (known as Ingalaurë in an earlier version.)
Fëanáro married Nerdanel Istarnië, daughter of Mahtan Aulendur called Rusco. Their firstborn is Maedhros, which can also be pronounced Maidhros, in Quenya Nelyafinwë Maitimo Russandol. The second son is Maglor, Canafinwë Macalaurë. The third Celegorm, Turcafinwë Tyelkormo. The fourth Caranthir, Morifinwë Carnistir. The fifth Curufin, Curufinwë Atarinkë. The sixth Amrod, Pityafinwë Ambarussa. The seventh Amras, Telufinwë Ambarto, previously called Ambarussa and Umbarto. The only grandson is Curufin’s son, Celebrimbor, whose name in Telerin is Telperinquar and in Ñoldorin Quenya Tyelperinquar.
Ñolofinwë married Anairë. Their firstborn is Fingon, in Quenya Findekáno named Astaldo. The second son is Turgon, Turukáno. Follows a daughter, Aredhel Ar-Feiniel, in Quenya ĺrisse Arafániel. The fourth child is Argon, Arakáno. Turgon married Elenwë and had a daughter, Idril Celebrindal, in Quenya Itarillë Taltyelemna, who married Tuor and had a son, Eärendil Ardamírë. Aredhel has a son from Eöl Moriquendi, Maeglin Lómion.
Arafinwë married Eärwen. Their firstborn is Finrod, Findaráto Ingoldo, the second son is Angrod, Angaráto also named Angamaitë, the third is Aegnor, Aikanáro Ambaráto, the last child is a daughter, Galadriel, firstly named Artanis Nerwen and then named Alatáriel. Angrod married Eldalótë and had a son, Orodreth, in Quenya Artaresto, named Artaher in another version. Orodreh has two children, a daughter named Finduilas called also Faelivrin and, in one version, a son named Ereinion Gil-Galad. Galadriel married Celeborn and had a daughter, Celebrían.
Aredhel Ar-Feiniel spring cosplay photo-set - Part 2
Part one in previous post)
After first photo-shoot in russian winter weather we’re glad to made some soft and warm photos in traditional white dress! A little animation style in her outfit and look, but we’re hope you enjoy our projeсt!
весенняя Аредель в белом платье :3 Нежная и суровая одновременно))))
Father-name: Findekano (“hair, commander”), sindarized to “Fingon”
Father-name: Turukano (something, “commander”), sindarized to “Turgon”
Father-name: Irisse (meaning unknown), sindarized to “Ireth”
After-name/Epesse: Aredhel (“noble elf”), also Ar-Feiniel (“noble white lady”) in the published Silmarillion
Father-name: Arakano (something, “commander”), sindarized posthumously to “Argon”
Quenya name: Itarilde (“sparkling brilliance”), sometimes written Itarille, sindarized to “Idril” (it’s not clear if this was a father-name or a mother-name, or if (Idril’s mother being of the Vanyar) she even followed the same naming conventions as the Noldor.)
After-name/Epesse: Celebrindal (“silver-foot”)
Father-name: Maeglin (“sharp glance”), given to him at age 12
Mother-name: Lomion (“child of twilight”), given to him in secret (since Eol was strictly anti-Noldorin and anti-Quenya)
SOURCES: The Silmarillion, The Histories of Middle Earth vol. 12 (“The Shibboleth of Feanor”)
→ Silmarillion fancast: 3/∞ Sonequa Martin-Green as Aredhel Ar-Feiniel
Their sister was Aredhel the White. She was younger in years of the Eldar than her brothers; and when she was grown to full stature and beauty she was tall and strong, and loved much to ride and hunt in the forests. There she was often in the company of the sons of Fëanor, her kin; but to none was her heart’s love given.
∟ Aredhel Ar-Feiniel, the White Lady of the Noldor, daughter of Fingolfin, dwelt in Nevrast with Turgon her brother, and she went with him to the Hidden Kingdom. But she wearied of the guarded city of Gondolin, desiring ever the longer the more to ride again in the wide lands and to walk in the forests, as had been her wont in Valinor.