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This is all that is known of Radagast's activities during the War of the Ring. While his affinity with nature was useful to Gandalf, overall it appears that Radagast neglected his mission to assist the peoples of Middle-earth in their struggle against Sauron. It is said that of the five Wizards only Gandalf remained faithful to his task and that he was the only one allowed to return to the Undying Lands. It may be that Radagast remained in Middle-earth among the wild things that he loved for a time, but his ultimate fate is unknown.
As a Maia, Radagast was called Aiwendel. Saruman scornfully referred to Radagast as Radagast the Bird-tamer, Radagast the Simple, and Radagast the Fool.
The name Radagast may also be related to Old English. The word gast means "ghost, spirit, angel." The element rad could be derived from the word gerád meaning "wise" or possibly from rudu meaning "ruddy, reddish."
Aiwendel means "friend of birds" in Quenya from aiwe meaning "birds" and -nil or -ndil meaning "friend."
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