There is only one hobbit in the book, and that is Bilbo Baggins. Although, there are 13 dwarves in the book.
The original hobbit was named Bilbo Baggins. He makes a brief appearance in The Lord of the Rings. The book is titled The Hobbit, or There and Back Again by Bilbo Baggins.
If you are referring to the hobbit in the book 'The Hobbit', then his name is Bilbo Baggins
Bilbo Baggins is a hobbit from the story The Hobbit.
Yes, Bilbo Baggins is a hobbit.
Well, Bilbo is a hobbit.
All of the dwarves took their turn carrying Bilbo, throughout the book.
Bilbo is a fictional character in the book series The Lord of the Rings. He is also the protagonist in the book The Hobbit. He is a hobbit, which is not a race of being known to exist in our world. So, no, Bilbo isn't real.
Bilbo Baggins is a hobbit from The Shire.
Bilbo authored the book, Here and Back Again.
Bilbo is mentioned in the first line of The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien. In fact, Bilbo is the hobbit of which the story is titled."In a hole in the ground, there lived a hobbit."
Bilbo Baggins is the title character of the book.
the description of a hobbit is that they like nothing out of the ordinary yet bilbo goes on a giant adventure as is the story "the hobbit"
Bilbo IS a Hobbit. Etymologically, a Hobbit is literally a "hole dweller" while Bilbo means "a short sword".
Bilbo, Thorin, Smaug, Gandalf, Precious, the dwarves
Bilbo was 50 years old in The Hobbit, which was considered middle aged for hobbits.
The main character in The Hobbit is Bilbo Baggins. He is a respectable hobbit, but looses that respect when he goes on an adventure.
Bilbo Baggins is the main character.
All of them help Bilbo in "The Hobbit"
Yes he is a hobbit. He is a relative to Frodo.
Relieved at first, and then panicked.
In The Hobbit Bilbo constantly dreams and thinks about being in his hobbit hole, most of times followed by a sentence along the lines of "and that wasn't the last time."In Book Six of The Lord of the Rings, Bilbo is very sleepy although it doesn't say what he is dreaming of.
At the end of the "the Hobbit" Bilbo leaves a note with the ring attached to it, saying that he plans to go traveling. At the beginning of "fellowship of the ring" Gandalf tells frodo to take the ring to Mordor and destroy it in the fires of the volcano. Bilbo does have a few minor parts in the later books but he is an old hobbit.