'The Brown River' in Eriador, flowing into the Sea south of the Blue Mountains; the Brandywine of the Shire in The Lord of the Rings. 360 Bar-en-Danwedh 'House of Ransom', the name that MÃ®m the Dwarf gave to his dwelling on Amon RÃ»dh when he yielded it to TÃºrin. 248, 252
'The long gold-brown river' in Eriador, flowing into the Sea south of the Blue Mountains; in the Shire called the Brandywine.
The river called 'Brandywine' by the Shire-hobbits.
The Elvish name for the river that rose at Lake Nenuial in the far north, and flowed south and west to reach the Great Sea above Eryn Vorn. For part of its length, it formed the eastern boundary of the Shire, and there the Hobbits turned its name to the more familiar 'Brandywine'.