G. Dramborleg pn. “Thudder-sharp”
The axe of Tuor, translated “Thudder-sharp”, appearing in various early name lists along with its shorter form Drambor (LT2/203; PE13/103; PE15/22). This name seems to be a combination of drambor “thudder” and leg “sharp”, as suggested by Christopher Tolkien (LT2A/Dramborleg; LT1A/Tári-Laisi). Its Elvish name did not appear in later works (UT/172).
References ✧ LT2/203; LT2A/Dramborleg; LT2I; PE13/103; PE15/22; UT/172; UTI
|(g)leg||“keen, sharp, piercing”||✧ LT1A/Tári-Laisi (leg)|