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Usage examples of "ereb".
Ereb Hearths, and a hundred and forty of them lived in my Hearth, Ereb Tage.
My name is Sov Thade Tage em Ereb, after the old way of naming we still use in Rer.
Guyr Thade Tage em Ereb, was impatient, warm-hearted, and impartial, not exerting much control over us three wombchildren, but keeping watch.
He invited everyone in our Hearth and the two neighboring Ereb Hearths, and it went on for three days.
Sirion were divided from the upper fields by this fall, which to one looking from the south northward appeared as an endless chain of hills running from Eglarest beyond Narog in the west to Amon Ereb in the east, within far sight of Gelion.
He was of the Nandor, being one of those who took refuge in Doriath after the fall of their lord Denethor upon Amon Ereb, in the first battle of Beleriand.
The word Arab, or Ereb in the Old Testament, means nomad, a way of life which, as we have seen, prevents the collection of many belongings and obviates the need for any kind of public architecture where art can flourish.