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Lily Baggins

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'''Lily Baggins''' ({{SR|1222}} - {{SR|1312|n}}) was the fifth and youngest child of [[Balbo Baggins]] and [[Berylla Baggins|Berylla Boffin]], making her a great-aunt of [[Bilbo Baggins]].
A great-aunt of [[Bilbo Baggins]] and youngest of [[Balbo Baggins|Balbo's]] children, Lily married [[Togo Goodbody]] and had many descendants.
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Lily married [[Togo Goodbody]] and had many (unknown) descendants.  
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
The name refers to the plants of the ''lilum'' genus, or to visually similar plants. It derives from the Coptic and ancient Egyptian word for lily (''hlēli'')
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[http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/lily#English The name] refers to the plants of the ''[[wikipedia:Lilium|lilium]]'' genus, or to visually similar plants. It derives from the Coptic and ancient Egyptian word for lily (''hlēli'').
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Lily Baggins (S.R. 1222 - 1312) was the fifth and youngest child of Balbo Baggins and Berylla Boffin, making her a great-aunt of Bilbo Baggins.

Lily married Togo Goodbody and had many (unknown) descendants.

Etymology

The name refers to the plants of the lilium genus, or to visually similar plants. It derives from the Coptic and ancient Egyptian word for lily (hlēli).