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Definition funny of Amrod:

urbanOne of the two youngest of the 7 sons of Feanor in Tolkien's book, The Silmarillion. Always pops up in the phrase "...and Amras". One of the marshals of the border during the period when Morgoth was besieged in Angband; later dropped out of the story until he showed up in a battle in Doriath, where he was slain.

urbanThey're rhyming couplets almost Maglor and Maedhros Celegorm and Curufin Amrod and Amras

songs

Songs about Amrod:

songsBeer Is All There Is (feat. Paul Amrod & Andrew Hagerman) [Explicit] by John Melcher from the Album Play the Piano Drunk [Explicit]

songsChristmas Eve Alone (feat. Paul Amrod) by John Melcher from the Album Play the Piano Drunk [Explicit]

songsThe Girls We Followed Home (feat. Paul Amrod) by John Melcher from the Album Play the Piano Drunk [Explicit]

songsA Good Poem (feat. Paul Amrod & Andrew Hagerman) by John Melcher from the Album Play the Piano Drunk [Explicit]

songsMy Piano (feat. Paul Amrod) by John Melcher from the Album Play the Piano Drunk [Explicit]

songsNights You Fight Best (feat. Paul Amrod) by John Melcher from the Album Play the Piano Drunk [Explicit]

songsPlay the Piano Drunk (feat. Paul Amrod) by John Melcher from the Album Play the Piano Drunk [Explicit]

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Wiki information Amrod:

Amrod
Fictional Character

In J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium, Amrod is a fictional character, a twin of Amras youngest sons of Fëanor. From their mother Nerdanel they inherited red hair, instead of Fëanor's black. Amrod's father name in Quenya is Telufinwë, "Last Finwë", for...

Alan Amrod
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