Appears in J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings.
The sword of Théoden, hidden from him for many years by Gríma. After being cured by Gandalf, Théoden recovered the sword, and rode with it to battle at the Hornburg and the Pelennor Fields. --cited from The Encyclopedia of Arda
Appears in J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings and other Middle-earth writings.
The Sword of Elendil, forged by Telchar of Nogrod in or before the First Age. The sword was broken in Elendil's fall at the Siege of Barad-dûr, and its Shards became an heirloom of his heirs throughout the Third Age until it was reforged as Andúril and borne by Aragorn II Elessar in the War of the Ring. --cited from The Encyclopedia of Arda
Hey there! I started a list almost identical to yours without realizing at first, then found yours. I did cannibalize quite a few of your words, I hope you don't mind! =) I've made my list open for public editing, so feel free to contribute if you want! Cheers.
What I'm looking for are words a bit more exotic and linguistically non-English, and still recognizable as names of winds/air movements. So while "sea breeze" and "doctor", et al., are legitimate descriptions of winds, they don't really cut it. I'm aware of more obscure names, but am kinda using my discretion when putting them on this list. ;)
When I meet sunflowers in rainlit cafes, I drink moons. I hear the sound of children sighing for absent parents. I grow worms. The sun annoys me because it burns, yet I try to forgive it. I walk rather than run; my footprints on the beach are soft enough to pass as the careless scrawl of wind. For a time I wrote down my dreams in a small book, which turned blue with mould. I count things and sometimes remember: 62 steps, 113 sheep without blankets, 16.7 wingbeats per second.