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Menegilda Goold

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<b>Menegilda Goold</b> was the wife of [[Rorimac Brandybuck]] ([[Shire Reckoning|S.R.]] [[Third Age 2603|1302]]-[[Third Age 2709|1408]]) and mother of two children, [[Saradoc Brandybuck|Saradoc]] and [[Merimac Brandybuck|Merimac]].  
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'''Menegilda Brandybuck, née Goold''', was a Hobbit of [[the Shire]].
  
She was not among the guests of [[Bilbo Baggins|Bilbo Baggins']] [[Bilbo's Farewell Party|Farewell Party]] in S.R. 1401, which means that she must have died before that.
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==History==
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Menegilda married [[Rorimac Brandybuck]], and with him got two children, [[Saradoc Brandybuck|Saradoc]] and [[Merimac Brandybuck|Merimac]].
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She was not present at [[Bilbo Baggins]]' [[Bilbo's Farewell Party|Birthday Party]] in {{SR|1401}}. She probably died shortly before.<ref>{{App|Took}}</ref>
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
The name contains ''meneg'' "much'' and ''hild'' "battle"<ref>[[An Introduction to Elvish]], "Giving of Names"</ref>.
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The name contains ''meneg'' "much" and ''hild'' "battle".<ref>[[Jim Allan]] (ed.), ''[[An Introduction to Elvish]]'', "Giving of Names"</ref>
 
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Revision as of 21:51, 2 December 2010

Menegilda Goold
Hobbit
Biographical Information
Other namesMenegilda Brandybuck
LocationTookland
DeathAround S.R. 1400
Physical Description
GenderFemale

Menegilda Brandybuck, née Goold, was a Hobbit of the Shire.

History

Menegilda married Rorimac Brandybuck, and with him got two children, Saradoc and Merimac.

She was not present at Bilbo Baggins' Birthday Party in S.R. 1401. She probably died shortly before.[1]

Etymology

The name contains meneg "much" and hild "battle".[2]

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, Appendix C, "Took of Great Smials"
  2. Jim Allan (ed.), An Introduction to Elvish, "Giving of Names"