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Jul 11 2012, 1:24am

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Forgive me as I know I'm not Shelob

but Beorn's name was taken from Björn, which means "bear" in Icelandic, Swedish, Norwegian and Danish. I also know that in the Norse mythos the berserkers (to which Beorn is comparable) could sometimes take the form of bears, or at least wore bear skins in battle. And traditionally Scandinavians are associated with blond hair and blue eyes Blush

~Beneath the sun, all things must wear to an end at last~

(This post was edited by artemy on Jul 11 2012, 1:32am)

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