Hello! To say things short, I was thinking about Tolkien's elvish languages this morning, and noticed that the word for "legend" in Sindarin is "narn", but"narn" seems to be also the root for Narnia. I know Tolkien and Lewis were great friends, and that Tolkien used lots of Norse roots to build (at least) both Quenya and Sindarin. Which leads me to think there probably exists a common origin to those two phenomenons. Either a Nordic root was used in elvish, or it was a word made up by Tolkien. Concerning Lewis, Narnia was either picked from old Norse roots, or taken from Tolkien's languages regardless of its origin. I wasn't very accurate in this post, because I wanted to share my interrogation as it occurred to me. Would anyone happen to have any knowledge of any part of this subject? It would be a great help! (And sorry if I made any mistake in English, it's not my mother tongue.) Thanks in advance for your answers!