- sundo (Þ) (pl \#sundar in Tarmasundar "Roots of the Pillar" in UT:166, but this may be a different word) (base), talma (foundation), sulca (esp. edible root) –SUD (but VT46:16 indicates that Tolkien changed the root to STUD, also implying that sundo was originally Þundo), TAL, SÚLUK
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