You can just hit "Reply" on the post you want to reply to -- as I just did. Some here do that whenever they respond to a post, even if no one else is on.Errr - close, but no, Grond.
EDIT! OK, I've still got to get used to what "go to person's quote" means - like here, it was not the last post on the thread! *facepalm*
But I can let the answer to Grond stand.
You are right, Starbrow.
The answer I'm looking for, is in the Valaquenta and it's tricksy. Using the encyclopedia is cheating. Use your books. Early Son of Melko is also found in HoME 10 Morgoth's Ring.Phew! That must belong to the ancient "Book of Lost Tales" phase of HoMe.
Checking my three encyclopedias confirmed my hunch:
In very early legend Gothmog was said to be Melko's (then not yet Melkor) son (and his mommy an ogress).
I found that his mother was indeed of the Sindarin race but couldn't find his Sindar name anywhere. I was able to find his father name in Unfinished Tales so I guessed.This is getting complicated - and neither Tyler nor Foster have anything to say about your suggestion or my intended answer.
But my German "trivia freak" Schneidewind comes to our rescue.
"Aranwion" is the father-given name of the Elf named (in Quenya) Voronwë, by his father Aranwë. But this father-given name is also in Quenya!
The name I intended as an answer, "Bronweg", is also listed in Schneidewind - but as a "Gnomish" name!
Now unless my memory has totally gone to the pits, the "Gnomes" were the predecessors of the Noldor in the Book of Lost Tales phase.
So I'll give you credit at finding another name for Voronwë (which I had not known until today), and for the real answer to my question being "ain't no such name recorded, dude!"