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Angelica Baggins

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As many female Hobbit names refer to flower, ''[[wikipedia:Angelica|Angelica]]'' is a genus of plants with medicinal, flavoring, fragrant and medicinal properties.
 
As many female Hobbit names refer to flower, ''[[wikipedia:Angelica|Angelica]]'' is a genus of plants with medicinal, flavoring, fragrant and medicinal properties.
  
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'''[[2002]]: [[The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (video game)|''The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring'' (video game)]]:'''
 
:Angelica walks around in [[Bywater]]. She is sad to see Frodo leave and complains that he is going "practically to the other end of the world" (meaning [[Crickhollow]]) unaware how right she is.
 
:Angelica walks around in [[Bywater]]. She is sad to see Frodo leave and complains that he is going "practically to the other end of the world" (meaning [[Crickhollow]]) unaware how right she is.
  

Revision as of 18:52, 13 December 2012

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Angelica Baggins
Hobbit
Biographical Information
Locationthe Shire
BirthT.A. 2981
Family
ParentagePonto II Baggins
Physical Description
GenderFemale

Angelica Baggins was a Hobbit of the Shire.

Contents

History

Angelica was the daughter of Ponto II, the grand-niece three times removed of Bilbo Baggins. Though her relationship with Bilbo was more distant, she would call him "Uncle Bilbo". She was invited to Bilbo's Farewell Party in T.A. 3001 and received a round convex mirror as a gift because she obviously admired her appearance.

Etymology

As many female Hobbit names refer to flower, Angelica is a genus of plants with medicinal, flavoring, fragrant and medicinal properties.

Portrayal in adaptations

2002: The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (video game):

Angelica walks around in Bywater. She is sad to see Frodo leave and complains that he is going "practically to the other end of the world" (meaning Crickhollow) unaware how right she is.

References