A note on the naming of dwarves.
- 01.027 and ‘Dwalin at your service!’ he said with a low bow.
- 01.032 he said when he caught sight of Dwalin’s green hood hanging up.
- 01.037 and Dwalin were talking at the table like old friends
- 01.042 Dwalin and Balin here already,
- 01.059 and Dwalin at the door of the kitchen,
- 01.070 Dwalin and Balin said: ‘Excuse me,
- 02.025 “Don’t be precise,” said Dwalin,
- 02.026 and a dark-green cloak borrowed from Dwalin.
- 02.075 Soon Dwalin lay by Balin,
- 03.016 And Balin and Dwalin
- 06.052 Dwalin and Balin had swarmed up a tall slender fir
- 07.069 and Dwalin appeared
- 07.071 Balin and Dwalin,’
- 08.024 and last Dwalin
- 08.029 Dwalin had just scrambled out
- 08.073 Dwalin, Balin,
- 08.128 All of a sudden Dwalin opened an eye,
- 10.013 Dwalin and Balin were two of the most unhappy,
- 11.026 And next year after that,’ said Dwalin,
- 18.033 to Balin and Dwalin,
- 18.038 ‘and farewell, Dwalin;
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