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Crickhollow

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'''Crickhollow''' was a village in the northern parts of [[Buckland]]. It was mainly occupied with those who grew tired of the often crowded [[Brandy Hall]]. In 3018 [[Third Age]], [[Frodo Baggins]] bought a house here to which his possessions were moved, as an excuse for traveling east.
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'''Crickhollow''' was a village in the northern parts of [[Buckland]]. It was mainly occupied with those who grew tired of the often crowded [[Brandy Hall]]. In {{TA|3018}}, [[Frodo Baggins]] bought a house here to which his possessions were moved, as an excuse for traveling east.
 
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==Etymology==
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[[Tolkien]] noted that the first element is obsolete of obscure meaning. A hollow is a depression on the ground.<ref>[[Nomenclature]]</ref>
 
== Portrayals in Adaptations ==
 
== Portrayals in Adaptations ==
 
'''2007: ''[[The Lord of the Rings Online]]'':'''
 
'''2007: ''[[The Lord of the Rings Online]]'':'''
 
:Crickhollow is visted by the player during ''[[Stirrings in the Darkness]]''.
 
:Crickhollow is visted by the player during ''[[Stirrings in the Darkness]]''.
 
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[[Category:Buckland]]
 
[[Category:Buckland]]
[[Category:Cities, Towns and Villages]]
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[[Category:Cities, Towns and Villages of the Shire]]
  
 
[[de:Krickloch]]
 
[[de:Krickloch]]
 
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[[fi:Krikkolo]]

Revision as of 11:16, 11 October 2010

Crickhollow was a village in the northern parts of Buckland. It was mainly occupied with those who grew tired of the often crowded Brandy Hall. In T.A. 3018, Frodo Baggins bought a house here to which his possessions were moved, as an excuse for traveling east.

Etymology

Tolkien noted that the first element is obsolete of obscure meaning. A hollow is a depression on the ground.[1]

Portrayals in Adaptations

2007: The Lord of the Rings Online:

Crickhollow is visted by the player during Stirrings in the Darkness.

References

  1. Nomenclature