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==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
Winid-haria is a [[Gothic]] name meaning "pasture-armyman" or "[[Wikipedia:Wends|Winidas]]-armyman".
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Winid-haria is a [[Gothic]] name meaning "pasture-armyman" or "[[Wikipedia:Wend|Winidas]]-armyman".
  
The Wends or ''Winidas'' (in [[Old English]]) were a Slavic people who dwelt inside Germanic territories. A possible analogy of the ''Winidas'' within the legendarium could be the [[Middle Men]] who belonged to [[Gondor]], a suitable reference for the [[Northmen]].
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''Winidas'' (in [[Old English]]) were the Slavs who dwelt inside Germanic territories. A possible analogy of the ''Winidas'' within the legendarium could be the [[Middle Men]] who belonged to [[Gondor]], a suitable reference for the [[Northmen]].
  
 
Note that it should be pronounced as Vinit-harya (as in ''plot-hole''), and '''not''' as **Viniþarya.
 
Note that it should be pronounced as Vinit-harya (as in ''plot-hole''), and '''not''' as **Viniþarya.

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