In the fiction of J. R. R. Tolkien, the House of Haleth or the Haladin (pronounced, ) were the family of Men that ruled over the second of the Three Houses of the Edain. They were the descendants of Haldad, but the house and the people were named after Haldad's daughter Haleth, who led them from East Beleriand to Brethil.
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... Tolkien originally proposed Haladin as the name of the whole Second House of the Edain, equivalent to Folk of Haleth ... Haladin was changed to Wardens or Chieftains, denoting only the family of Haleth ... this change, nor before was the Second House of Men called the House of Haleth (unlike the Houses of Bëor and Hador, used to denote both the family and occasionally the people) ...
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