Hobbit

Hobbits are a fictional, diminutive, humanoid race who inhabit the lands of Middle-earth in J. R. R. Tolkien’s fiction. Hobbits first appeared in the novel The Hobbit, in which the main protagonist, Bilbo Baggins, is the titular hobbit. The novel, The Lord of the Rings, includes more hobbits as major characters, Frodo Baggins, Samwise Gamgee, Pe...
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Hobbit

[computer] Hobbit (Хоббит) is a Soviet/Russian 8-bit home computer, based on the Sinclair ZX Spectrum hardware architecture. It also featured a CP/M mode and Forth mode or LOGO mode, with the Forth or LOGO operating environment residing in an on-board ROM chip. Hobbit was invented by Dmitry Mikhailov (Russian: `Дмитрий Миха...
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Hobbit

[unit] The hobbit (also hobbett, hobbet, or hobed, from hobaid) is a unit of volume or weight formerly used in Wales for trade in grain and other staples. It was equal to four pecks or two and a half bushels, but was also often used as a unit of weight, which varied depending on the material being measured. The hobbit remained in customary ...
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Hobbit

[word] 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 the 1970s has credited Tolkien with the invention of the word. Since then, however, it has been noted that there is prior evidence of the word, in a 19th-century list of leg...
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Hobbit

Hobbit: Nickname for the Flores man (Homo floresiensis). Derived from the fictional race from J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth universe which first appears in the book The Hobbit.
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