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The '''Ilkorindi''' (also '''Ilkorins''') was a name in the ''[[The Book of Lost Tales (disambiguation)|Book of Lost Tales]]'' for those [[Elves]] who were not of [[Kôr]] (cf. ''[[Úmanyar]]'' "not of [[Aman]]") and it referred to the [[Elves]] who stayed in the [[Middle-earth|Great Lands]]. Their language was [[Ilkorin]].<ref>{{HM|IX}}, p. 238</ref>
 
The '''Ilkorindi''' (also '''Ilkorins''') was a name in the ''[[The Book of Lost Tales (disambiguation)|Book of Lost Tales]]'' for those [[Elves]] who were not of [[Kôr]] (cf. ''[[Úmanyar]]'' "not of [[Aman]]") and it referred to the [[Elves]] who stayed in the [[Middle-earth|Great Lands]]. Their language was [[Ilkorin]].<ref>{{HM|IX}}, p. 238</ref>
 
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"a complete consistency [...] is not to be looked for, and could only be achieved, if at all, at heavy and needless cost." — Christopher Tolkien
This article's canonicity is disputed.

The Ilkorindi (also Ilkorins) was a name in the Book of Lost Tales for those Elves who were not of Kôr (cf. Úmanyar "not of Aman") and it referred to the Elves who stayed in the Great Lands. Their language was Ilkorin.[1]

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The History of Middle-earth Index, p. 238