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|Location||Shire, north Southfarthing|
|Inhabitants||Hobbits (Possibly Tooks)|
|Etymology||OE pinnuc hop|
|References||A part of the Shire (map), The Lord of the Rings|
Pincup was a small village of the Shire. It lay in the northern corner of the Southfarthing, some miles south of the Three-Farthing Stone, in that hilly part of the Shire known as the Green Hill Country. It seems to have been built in the southern slopes of the Green Hills, and was reached by only a single road, apparently leading from the larger settlement of Longbottom to the south.
The origin of Pincup's name is given in Nomenclature. The first element is pinnuc or pink, finch, and the second element is hop, recess, retreat.