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Aragorn II, King of Gondor

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    • Aragorn II, King of Arnor
    • Aragorn II, High-King of Arnor and Gondor
    • Aragorn II, King of Arnor and Gondor
    • Strider
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    • Descriptor

        Fictitious characters
    • Associated Locale

        Middle Earth (Imaginary place)
    • Occupation

      Kings and rulers

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    • found: Lord of the rings wiki, via WWW, 6 July 2015(Aragorn; Aragorn II, King of Gondor; also known as Strider, Fictitious character, born 2931)
    • found: Wikipedia, 13 July 2015(Aragorn; Aragorn II, King of Gondor; born 1 March, T.A. 2931) July 20, 2015 (Aragorn II, son of Arathorn is a fictional character from J.R.R. Tolkien's legendarium; At the end of The Lord of the Rings he was crowned King Elessar Telcontar ("Elfstone Strider") of Gondor. He married Elrond's daughter, Arwen, and assumed the Sceptre of Annúminas as King of Arnor, uniting the two kingdoms for the first time since the reign of Isildur; born on 1 March, T.A. 2931; Aragorn, son of Arathorn was called the Dúnadan ("Man of the West/Númenórean", given by Arwen in Lothlórien and much used by Bilbo), Longshanks (given by Bill Ferny in Bree), Strider (by which he was known in Bree and the outlying areas), and Wingfoot (given by Éomer after discovering that Aragorn had travelled 45 leagues in four days in pursuit of Pippin, Merry, and their Uruk-hai captors). He was the founder of the House of Telcontar (Telcontar is "Strider" in Quenya, after the nickname given him by the rustics of the North), which ruled Gondor well into the Fourth Age of Middle-earth; in records, his full regnal name is given as Elessar Telcontar ("Elfstone Strider"). In the Houses of Healing he called himself Envinyatar, the renewer. Before coming of age he was known as Estel ("hope") to hide his true lineage from Sauron's forces, who sought the heir of Isildur. He was known as Thorongil ("Eagle of the Star") in his younger days when he travelled across Middle-earth and took up service in Rohan and Gondor (often by protecting camps and raiding enemy strongholds as he did when he fought the Corsairs in Umbar))
    • found: One wiki to rule them all, July 20, 2015(Aragorn II Elessar; Aragorn II, the son of Arathorn II, and Gilraen, also known as Elessar, was the 16th Chieftain of the Dúnedain of the North; he was later crowned King Elessar Telcontar (March 1, 2931 - FO 120 or SR 1541), the 26th King of Arnor, and the 35th King of Gondor and First High King of the Reunited Kingdom. Other names: Elessar - Aragorn's name as king (Quenya); Edhelharn - Sindarin translation of Elessar; Elfstone - Westron translation of Elessar; Estel - Aragorn's nickname during his childhood in Rivendell. It means "Hope"; Longshanks - Used by Samwise Gamgee and some of the Men of Bree; Stick-at-naught Strider - Used by the Men of Bree, particularly Bill Ferny; Strider - Used by the Men of Bree; Telcontar - Quenya translation of Strider and the name of his House; Thorongil - Aragorn's alias during his travels to Rohan and Gondor. It means "Eagle of the Star"; Wingfoot - Given by Éomer. Titles: As king, Aragorn has many titles: The Dúnadan; Chieftain of the Dúnedain; Heir of Isildur; King of all the Dúnedain; King of the West; Lord of the Dúnedain; Envinyatar - the Renewer; King of Gondor; King of Arnor; High King of Gondor and Arnor; Lord of the House of Telcontar)
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    • 2015-07-13: new
    • 2015-08-04: revised
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