In Elves’ lore and poetry, Gandalf was called “Mithrandir” (“the Grey Pilgrim”) for he would often wander the world in many forms. Mortal Men called him Tharkun, and it is said that King Theoden of Rohan took to referring to him as Mithrandir too. He was also known by a host of other names such as Olórin (or Ólorin) or fashioning himself into that name; Gríma (or Glam), one-time disguised as an old man with a brown coat; Shubarzûk before his downfall; Kankadaburz before learning humility; Radagast the Brown before counsel from Thorongil; Incánus; and Tharkûn to the Dwarves.
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