Bilbo is mentioned in the first line of The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien. In fact, Bilbo is of which the story is titled.
"In a hole in the ground, there lived a hobbit."
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.
Bilbo Baggins was his name. Thorin Oakenshield was the leader of the dwarves.
Hobbits first appeared in the J. R. R. Tolkien novel, The Hobbit, in which the main protagonist, Bilbo Baggins, is a hobbit. The main protagonist of The Lord of the Rings, Frodo Baggins, is a hobbit, as are his friends and co-protagonists
Bilbo is the Hobbit from the book The Hobbit. His nephew is the main protagonist in the series of books The Lord of The Rings, named Frodo Baggins. NOTE: Bilbo is an only child, so he has no nephews. Frodo Baggins is Bilbo's first cousin, once removed.
He saved the dwarves many times, despite the fact that they did not much like him at first.
Of the thirteen dwarves Dwalin was the first who arrived at Bilbo Baggins' door.
Bilbo Baggins and Gollum first appeared in the hobbit.
* Burglar Bilbo * Mister Baggins * The Baggins * Ringwinner * Luckwearer * Barrel-rider Thief * Barrel-rider * Thief Barrel-rider * Bilbo the Magnificent * Bilbo Baggins Esquire * Mr. Bilbo Baggins * Belladonna Took's son * Mr. Baggins of Bag-End, Under-Hill * Expert Treasure-hunter * Mr. Lucky Number * Thief in the Shadows * Mr. Invisible Baggins * estimable Mr. Baggins * excellent and audacious hobbit * our friend and fellow conspirator * the chosen and selected burglar * our little Bilbo Baggins * burglar-expert * burrahobbit * Poor little blighter * wretched little hobbit * not a bad little chap * my friend * first-class burglar * little bunny * Bullroarer's gentler descendant * Excitable little fellow * little fellow * the clue-finder * the web-cutter * the stinging fly * he that walks unseen * he that buries his friends alive and drowns them and draws them alive again from the water * elf-friend and blessed * the friend of bears * the guest of eagles
It is basically about Bilbo Baggins,(Frodos uncle) and how he foes on a quest to kill the dragon with the dwarves and how he ends up finding the "ring". if you are going to read the lord of the rings you have to read the hobbit first.
Teeth, or teeth and gums.This was a riddle used by Bilbo Baggins in the book The Hobbit
Shelob is not mentioned in The Hobbit. Shelob is later explained to have spawned the creatures that lived in Mirkwood. They are the ones that caught the Dwarves and would have eaten them if Bilbo hadn't rescued them.
The answer to your question might be Balbo, Bingo, Bungo, Drogo, Dudo, Largo, Longo, Mungo, Polo, Ponto, Porto, Fosco, or Posco Baggins. Bilbo is rather infamous in the Shire.
I believe that Bilbo was first referred to as a burglar in chapter one of The Hobbit, when Bilbo has just shrieked in fright at the things that the dwarves were saying. While Bilbo was recovering from shock in the drawing room, Gloin states, "As soon as I clapped eyes on the little fellow bobbing and puffing on the mat, I had my doubts. He looks more like a grocer than a burglar!"
His first official job was to check out the distant fire. He crept in to discover the trolls sitting around it. He attempted to pick the pocket of one of them but was caught.
The Ring Bearer in The Lord of the Rings is Frodo Baggins, a hobbit from the Shire, whose uncle, Bilbo Baggins first found the Ring in the Misty Mountains.The primary Ring-bearer in 'The Lord of the Rings' is Frodo. Bilbo and Sam also carry the ring in the book.
Dwalin is the first dwarf to arrive at Bilbo's house in the Hobbit
Bilbo pulled Thorin out of the barrels first, totally by chance.
Book 1 of The Lord of the Rings
Relieved at first, and then panicked.
He first encounters trolls that are going to eat him and his companions (Dwarves), some Goblins in the mines, Gollum, then Beorn, Spiders in the forest, the Wood Elves... a Dragon! And then the Eagles!! And if this is for a book report... you should really read the book!
The first and primary protagonist in the Lord of the Rings is Frodo Baggins, close relative to Bilbo Baggins from The Hobbit. However, in Book 2, Tolkien splits the story into three storylines. Frodo continues as a protagonist; however, now Aragorn, Merry and Pippin are also protagonists, the story following all of their perspectives as the world of Middle-earth readies for war.
When Bilbo meets Smaug the dragon for the first time, he is wearing the Ring and so is invisible. He distracts the dragon by riddling about his identity.
Bilbo Baggins, son of Bungo Baggins and Belladonna Took. To be completely correct, he and Frodo are actually first cousins, once removed, not uncle and nephew. The names of six of Frodo's uncles (that we know about) are: Dudo Baggins, Rorimac Brandybuck (who was Meriadoc's grandfather and Frodo's guardian for nine years from the time his parents died until Bilbo Baggins adopted him), Saradas Brandybuck, Dodinas Brandybuck, Rufus Burrows, and Dinodas Brandybuck.
Galadriel appears in the first installment of The Hobbit movie but she does not appear in the Hobbit book. She appears in the movie when Gandalf, the dwarves and Bilbo visits Rivendell in order to seek the counsel of Lord Elrond.
On page 156 Bilbo kills his first spider and names his sword 'Sting'. Throughout the rest of chapter 8 Bilbo kills so many spiders they begin to fear him.