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so as it has been pointed out, he did give it an name, Orodruin, or Amon Amarth, which I did not know, learn something knew everyday. This is true yes, but everything else in Middle earth has a unique name and is called by it, Gondor, Rohan, Lothlorien, and so it seems Orodruin, then WHY is Orodruin the only one to be called something different throughout the whole series, mt. doom, really? if the humans and hobbits can call all of the other places by their original names why can’t they call it Orodruin….. 

so as it has been pointed out, he did give it an name, Orodruin, or Amon Amarth, which I did not know, learn something knew everyday. This is true yes, but everything else in Middle earth has a unique name and is called by it, Gondor, Rohan, Lothlorien, and so it seems Orodruin, then WHY is Orodruin the only one to be called something different throughout the whole series, mt. doom, really? if the humans and hobbits can call all of the other places by their original names why can’t they call it Orodruin….. 

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