Bilbo lived in Bag's End in the Shire. It was a smail, a type of home often used by hobbits.
Bilbo Baggins is a hobbit from The Shire.
Bilbo Baggins' home is named Bag End.
Bilbo Baggins always remained Mr. Bilbo Baggins. He never changed his name.
"Bilbo Baggins" is the name of Bilbo Baggins. Unless you're asking for his untranslated Westron name, which would be "Bilba Labingi".
Bilbo Baggins' mother was called Belladonna Took.
The name Bilbo Baggins
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.
The main character in The Hobbit is Bilbo Baggins. He is a respectable hobbit, but looses that respect when he goes on an adventure.
In The Lord of the Rings it is Frodo Baggins and Samwise Gamgee. In The Hobbit it is Bilbo Baggins.
His surname is Baggins. His mother was a Brandybuck, and his father was Drogo Baggins in the genealogies in the Appendix. He was legally adopted by Bilbo Baggins.
Bilbo's pony's name is Mertal...
If you are referring to the hobbit in the book 'The Hobbit', then his name is Bilbo Baggins
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.
The ship that took Frodo Baggins, Bilbo Baggins, Gandalf, Elrond, and Galadriel to the Undying Lands was simply called the White Ship. Unlike the movie, Merry and Pippin arrived after the ship had sailed then they and Sam returned to the Shire together.
Bilbo Baggins was his name. Thorin Oakenshield was the leader of the dwarves.
Bilbo has lot of cousins. Notably, Bilbo was 3rd cousin to Drogo Baggins, Frodo's father (which made Bilbo Frodo's 3rd Cousin, once removed, not his uncle). Also, because Bilbo's mother was a Took, he would have been a distant cousin to Pippin as well.
The protagonist is Bilbo Baggins. He is a hobbit of about 50 who is not married and has some Tookish blood in him.
The actors name is Sir Ian Holm and he is from London, England.
When a sword has a name it is because it belonged to a hero, so when Bilbo named his sword he thought of himself as a hero and that's a step for Bilbo and very important to know when your writing a paper on the book.
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.
the name of Darcy's home is pemberley in derby shire
He is originally from a village in Buckland, an area separated from the Shire by the river. Bag End is on The Hill, in Hobbiton-by-the-Water.
According to Wikipedia Frodo was originally given the name Bingo by Tolkien, and he moved, initially, to Brandy Hall in Buckland to live with his maternal family before moving to Bag End to live with Bilbo Baggins who adopted him when he was 21.
Bilbo named the dagger, the size of a sword for a hobbit, Sting after his battle with the spiders in Mirkwood. He named it Sting because it stung the spiders. During Frodo's rejuvenation in Rivendell in The Lord of the Rings, when they were about to leave, Bilbo gave him his dagger.
Lobelia Sackville-Baggins maiden name was Bracegirdie.