The Falathrim were the Elves living on coasts of the western Beleriand during the First Age of the Sun in Middle-earth. They are called the 'Coast People', 'Elves of the Falas' or 'Elves of the Havens'.

History Edit

The Falathrim were Sindarin Elves living in the Falas of Beleriand were related to the Teleri who were persuaded to stay in Middle-earth by Ossë, but in the course of the Battles of the Beleriand their ranks were swelled by Sindar and Ñoldor fleeing the armies of Morgoth. They were the first mariners and shipwrights of Middle-earth. Under their lord, Círdan, they prospered for many years, although the Falas was invaded by Orcs of Morgoth between the first and second battles of the Beleriand, and the Falathrim were forced to withdraw to their walled havens. Throughout the First Age, the Falathrim built all the ships sailed by Men or Elves of Beleriand. They sent a force to fight with the Union of Maedhros.

When the Falas was overrun in FA 474 after the lost of the Nírnaeth Arnoediad, the surviving Falathrim removed to the Isle of Balar, where they continued to build ships and aid the Elves and Men of Arvernien. When the Beleriand was destroyed after the War of Wrath, the remnant of their people and culture survived into the Second Age and Third Ages settling in Lindon and the Grey Havens.[citation needed]

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Translations around the World Edit

Foreign Language Translated name
Amharic ፋላጥሪም
Arabic فالاثريم
Armenian Ֆալատհրիմ
Catalan Falàthrim
Greek Φαλαθριμ
Gujarati ફ઼અલથ્રિમ
Hebrew ףאלאתהרים ?
Hindi फ़लथ्रिम
Japanese ファラスリム
Kazakh Фалатһрім (Cyrillic) Falathrim (Latin)
Korean 팔 라트 림
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Фалатhрим
Macedonian Cyrillic Фалатхрим
Marathi फ़लथ्रिम
Mongolian Cyrillic Фалатhрим
Nepalese फ़लथ्रिम
Persian فالاتهریم ?
Polish Falathrimowie
Punjabi ਫ਼ਅਲਥ੍ਰਿਮ
Russian Фалатрим
Serbian Фалатхрим (Cyrillic) Falathrim (Latin)
Sinhalese ෆලථ්‍රිම්
Tajik Cyrillic Фалатҳрим
Tamil பாலத்ரிம்
Telugu ఫలతిమ్
Ukrainian Cyrillic Фалатгрім ?
Urdu فالیتھرام
Uzbek Фалатҳрим (Cyrillic) Falathrim (Latin)
Yiddish פאַלאַטהרים
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