Here is a list of Sindarin place names (from Middle Earth) that you might need to use when telling someone where you were born, where you live, or simply where you are going.
Sindarin used by the Elves Amon Sûl = Weathertop Baranduin = Brandywine river Caradhras = A mountain in the Misty Mountains, known as Redhorn by Men and Barazinbar by the Dwarves Caras Galadhon = A city in Lothlorien Celebdil = A mountain the Misty Mountains, known as Silvertine by Men and Zirakzigil by the Dwarves Celebrant = A river, also known as the Silverlode by Men and as Kibil-Nala by the Dwarves Cerin Amroth = 'Amroth's mound'. A hill in Lothlorien Ered Luin = The Blue Mountains Eregion = Hollin Fanuidhol = A mountain in the Misty Mountains, known as Cloudyhead by Men and Bundushathur by the Dwarves Forochel = 'Northern Ice', the home of the Lossoth Hithaeglir = Misty Mountains Imladris = Rivendell Mithlond = The Grey Havens Nanduhirion = The valley below the east gates of Moria. Known as the Dimrill Dale by Men and Azanulbizar by the Dwarves Orodruin = Mount Doom Parth Galen = A green lawn above the falls of Rauros Taur-nu-Fuin = Mirkwood. Known as Eryn Lasgalen (Greenwood) after the events of the War of the Ring Trann, I Drann = Shire, The Shire
Sindarin used by both Elves and Men (These place names do not need translating by the Elves as the Men who live there use Sindarin) Anduin = A river Dol Amroth = A city and hill in Gondor where Prince Imrahil rules Gondor Minas Morgul = An abandoned Gondorian city, now a fortress of Mordor. Formerly known as Minas Ithil Minas Tirith = A city in Gondor. Formerly known as Minas Anor Mordor Moria Osgiliath = A city in Gondor) Rohan = The land of the Rohirrim. The old Sindarin name for this land was Calenardhon