Beorn

The Old Scandinavian name Bjorn means “bear” and derivatively “warrior”

  • 07.020 his name is Beorn.
  • 07.040 and again,’ said Beorn.
  • 07.048 and a little one at that,’ said Beorn.
  • 07.052 I see!’ said Beorn.
  • 07.054 thank you,’ said Beorn,
  • 07.056 Go on telling, then!’ said Beorn,
  • 07.062 growled Beorn.
  • 07.064 Hullo!’ said Beorn.
  • 07.065 but Beorn interrupted them.
  • 07.072 said Beorn to the wizard.
  • 07.074 Good!’ growled Beorn.
  • 07.078 That’s enough!’ said Beorn.
  • 07.082 Beorn did not show it more than he could help,
  • 07.085 growled Beorn.
  • 07.088 The interruptions had really made Beorn more interested
  • 07.089 in Beorn’s garden.
  • 07.092 Beorn clapped his hands,
  • 07.092 Beorn said something to them
  • 07.093 he put Beorn’s big black chair
  • 07.093 so soon they were all seated at Beorn’s table,
  • 07.094 Beorn in his deep rolling voice told tales
  • 07.095 but Beorn seemed to be growing drowsy
  • 07.095 and Beorn did not appear to care for such things:
  • 07.097 Beorn was gone.
  • 07.105 but not I think for Beorn.
  • 07.105 but I warn you all not to forget what Beorn said before he left us:
  • 07.107 and whether it could be Beorn
  • 07.111 We have been about looking for Beorn ever since the sun got up;
  • 07.113 waited on by Beorn’s wonderful animals,
  • 07.113 Of Beorn they had seen
  • 07.117 I soon saw that Beorn could not have made them all:
  • 07.120 still puzzling his little head about Beorn,
  • 07.121 by Beorn himself.
  • 07.122 Beorn was most jolly for a change;
  • 07.123 that of yours,’ said Beorn,
  • 07.125 Come and see!’ said Beorn,
  • 07.125 Beorn was a fierce enemy.
  • 07.129 Soon after midday they ate with Beorn for the last time,
  • 07.130 But Beorn had warned them
  • 07.130 Beorn advised them to take this way;
  • 07.131 Beorn had said,
  • 07.132 and Beorn’s house
  • 07.133 for Beorn had said
  • 07.136 Beorn is not as far off as you seem to think,
  • 07.136 Beorn may be your friend,
  • 08.008 It was well that Beorn had warned them against it,
  • 08.034 and now the bows that Beorn had given them were useless.
  • 08.055 and of Beorn.
  • 08.079 O! why did we not remember Beorn’s advice,
  • 10.003 on the advice of Beorn
  • 13.039 out of one of Beorn’s wooden bowls!’
  • 14.040 Beorn had heard it
  • 18.022 in that last hour Beorn himself had appeared –
  • 18.023 Then Beorn stooped
  • 18.043 and beside them strode Beorn,
  • 18.043 Moreover Beorn was going that way too.
  • 18.051 and Beorn for much of the way –
  • 18.051 to the doors of Beorn’s house;
  • 18.051 and wide to feast at Beorn’s bidding.
  • 18.051 Beorn indeed became a great chief afterwards
  • 18.051 in heart like Beorn,
  • 18.052 and Gandalf took their leave at last of Beorn,
  • 18.052 for the flowers of the gardens of Beorn
  • 19.005 in the house of Beorn;

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