Ilk. Falathrin grammar.
Falathrin, also referred to as Falassian, was the dialect of Ilkorin spoken by the Elves of the havens of Brithombar and Eglorest (LR/175). There are only three attested words specifically designated as Falathrin: galbreth which is identical in form to its Doriathin equivalent (Ety/BERÉTH), cwên “a sea bird” also identical to its Ilkorin equivalent (EtyAC/KWǢ, PE22/32), and finally Ariador, a Falathrin variant of Argador (Ety/GAT(H), AR²). This last example hints that perhaps primitive [g] became [i] between an [r] and a vowel in Falathrin, whereas in the main Ilkorin dialect this change only occurred for [g] between [l] and a vowel. The Falassian dialect influenced the common language of the survivors of the wars of Beleriand spoken at the mouth of the Sirion river (LR/178).