Fëanáro, actually. "Fëanor" is a mishmash of the Quenya "Fëanáro" and the Sindarin "Faenor."This has probably already been mentioned, but...
Rei Hino's name can be translated as 'Spirit of Fire'. Which in Quenya becomes Feanor.
haha i just tolkein-served you
(BTW what the hell is this you guys)
Heh. Either that or the moon is literally Valinor.This sent my brain off on wild tangents, including remembering that one of the Silmarils became the Morning Star, AKA Venus.
This led by various routes to concluding that Queen Serenity stole Earendil's Silmaril.
Come to think of it... given that the whole of LOTR takes place over three millenia after the fall of Numenor, and the book itself is supposedly a translation of an old storybook, that actually comes within shouting distance of plausible. Metallia is literally Sauron, and the historians of Gondor conflated Endymion, who journeyed to the moon to seek mercy for his people, with Amandil, the father of their legendary founder!