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Sindarin origin of the name: Enedwaith = middle folk/region: enedh (middle, center) + gwaith (people, folk, region). Jordi· 22:56, 6 Jan 2005 (UTC)

Enedwaith as a part of Rohan?Edit

In the article it is said that In the early Fourth Age, however, Tolkien wrote that Enedwaith was absorbed into the kingdom of Rohan, whose people "multiplied exceedingly", and many Rohirrim moved there.. Does anyone know in which book exactly was this written by Tolkien? I'll give it the benefit of the doubt, but the statement seems to contradict the very concept of the Re-United Kingdom which supposedly had regained control over all the land previously ruled by Gondor and Arnor except Rohan. 18:34, 24 September 2006 (UTC)

I can't recall a reference either. Perhaps the editor was confused with the Angle between Adorn and Isen? That land is specifically mentioned as coming under the Rohan crown, but not all of Enedwaith. -- Jordi· 19:41, 24 September 2006 (UTC)
Well since no one can remember any reference off-hand I put up a "citation needed" notice in the text. 01:28, 30 October 2006 (UTC)
I think it is somewhere in the appendices of the Lord of the Rings. Bigblawbenjr 18:30, 11 February 2007 (UTC)
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