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 (nŏm) Slang
interj. or nom nom nom
Used to express unrestrained pleasure in the food one is eating.
A pleasurable experience of eating. Often used in the plural: stopped in at the cafe for some noms.

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Finrod Felagund and Luthien Tinuviel), so should readers consider the wielding of power through magical verse an inherent evil or a possible good?
Celegorm and Curufin are already positioned against Beren, in that they have reiterated that though their cousin, Finrod Felagund, should help Beren in his quest for a Silmaril, they will kill any that dares to seek or withhold the jewels.
The first men encountered by the Elves say little of their past; when questioned by Finrod Felagund "Beor would say little; and indeed he knew little, for the fathers of his people had told few tales of their past and a silence had fallen upon their memory.