Anar ( anâr) is the Persian word for pomegranate. This term has been borrowed by numerous other languages, including Turkish, Azeri, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu, Kurdish, Pashto, and others.
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Anar, a name for the Sun, in J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth writings
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Anar County, Kerman Province, Iran
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Inari (, , , , ) is Finland's largest, most sparsely populated municipality, with four official languages, more than any other in the country. Its major sources of income are the lumber (timber) industry, nature maintenance and tourism. With the Siida museum in the village of Inari, it is a center of Sami culture. The airport in Ivalo and the country's key north-south European Route E75 (Finland's National Road 4) bring summer and winter vacationers seeking resorts with access to a well-preserved, uncrowded natural environment.
Dictionary source: Tolkien´s Glossary
English to English translation of Anar
Quenya name of the Sun. The Sun. During the Years of the Trees, Valinor was lit for many thousands of years by the light of the Two Trees, Telperion the Silver and Laurelin the Gold. When these were destroyed by Melkor and Ungoliant, the World was plunged into darkness. Through the power of Nienna and Yavanna, though, Laurelin produced a single fiery fruit before it died. This golden fire was set in a vessel, and steered into the sky by the Maia Arien. The Vanyar gave it the name Anar the fire-golden: this was the origin of the Sun. Valinor was in the West of the World, and the so the first sunrise was in the west, not the east. Originally, Arien was to have steered Anar ceaselessly from west to east and back again, always remaining in the sky, but the Valar changed this counsel, so that each evening Anar would descend into the distant western seas, and re-emerge each morning in the east.