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Lily Baggins

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'''Lily Baggins''' was [[Hobbit]] of [[the Shire]].
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'''Lily Baggins''' was [[Hobbits|Hobbit]] of [[the Shire]].
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
 
Lily was the fifth and youngest child of [[Balbo Baggins]] and [[Berylla Baggins|Berylla Boffin]]. She married [[Togo Goodbody]] and had many (unknown) descendants.<ref>{{App|Baggins}}</ref>  
 
Lily was the fifth and youngest child of [[Balbo Baggins]] and [[Berylla Baggins|Berylla Boffin]]. She married [[Togo Goodbody]] and had many (unknown) descendants.<ref>{{App|Baggins}}</ref>  
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
A ''lily'' is a plant of the ''[[wikipedia:Lilium|lilium]]'' genus, or to visually similar plants.
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A ''lily'' is a plant of the ''[[wikipedia:Lilium|lilium]]'' genus, or to visually similar plants. It derives from Greek ''λείριον'' through Latin, ultimately of ancient Egyptian origin.<ref>[http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/lily Wiktionary entry]</ref>
 
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Revision as of 18:35, 29 July 2012

Lily Baggins
Hobbit
Biographical Information
Other namesLily Goodbody
BirthS.R. 1222
DeathS.R. 1312
Family
ParentageBalbo Baggins, Berylla Boffin
Physical Description
GenderFemale

Lily Baggins was Hobbit of the Shire.

History

Lily was the fifth and youngest child of Balbo Baggins and Berylla Boffin. She married Togo Goodbody and had many (unknown) descendants.[1]

Etymology

A lily is a plant of the lilium genus, or to visually similar plants. It derives from Greek λείριον through Latin, ultimately of ancient Egyptian origin.[2]

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, Appendix C, "Baggins of Hobbiton"
  2. Wiktionary entry