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The invention of the word hobbit is traditionally ascribed to J. R. R. Tolkien, whose The Hobbit was first published in 1937. The Oxford English Dictionary since ...

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hobbit. Small, they would only seem as small children to your eyes. Average height being three foot six or so. Also, they have hairy feet, and a keen intrest in the ...

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Hobbit definition, a member of a race of imaginary creatures related to and resembling humans, living in underground holes and characterized by their good  ...

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Among the activities are shallow water play, in which kids can channel water flow , an underground hobbit hole for exploring, sand play, and forts made – or ...

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Define hobbit. hobbit synonyms, hobbit pronunciation, hobbit translation, English dictionary definition of hobbit. n. Homo floresiensis. n 1. one of an imaginary ...

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Here is a dictionary for children who want to read The Hobbit. The dictionary explains words and phrases that some children will read in The Hobbit for the first  ...

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hobbit definition, meaning, what is hobbit: an imaginary creature like a small human, described in books by J.R.R. Tolkien. Learn more.

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Definition of hobbit - a member of an imaginary race similar to humans, of small size and with hairy feet, in stories by J. R. R. Tolkien.

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He tried to teach himself English as a child, watching Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit in English with subtitles. The GuardianOct 13, 2017. His inspired scrawl ...