I have a question regarding the name of Gandalf. We read in The Return of the King that during the time Gandalf is at Minas Tirith, he is most commonly referred to as "Mithrandir". This is his Sindarin name which means "grey pilgrim". But at this point in the story, he is no longer "Gandalf the Grey", but rather "Gandalf the White" reflecting his new position among the Istari. Apparently, the men of Gondor still recognize him, but shouldn't they now call him "white pilgrim" (perhaps Lánrandir or Nimrandir)? Or maybe because of his new position, sould he even be called "pilgrim" at all?