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Wilibald Bolger

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==History==
 
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Wilibald was the son of [[Theobald Bolger]] and [[Nina Lightfoot]]. He married [[Prisca Baggins]], and had three children, [[Wilimar Bolger|Wilimar]], [[Heribald Bolger|Heribald]] and [[Nora Bolger|Nora]].<ref>{{App|Bolger}}</ref>
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Wilibald was the son of [[Theobald Bolger]] and [[Nina Lightfoot]]. He married [[Prisca Baggins]], and had three children, [[Wilimar Bolger|Wilimar]], [[Heribald Bolger|Heribald]] and [[Nora Bolger|Nora]].<ref>{{App|Bolger|50}}</ref><ref>{{PM|Trees}}</ref>
 
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[[Wikipedia:Willibald|Wilibald]] contains ''wilja'' "wish" and ''bald'' "bold"<ref>[[Jim Allan]], ''[[An Introduction to Elvish]]'', "Giving of Names"</ref>
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The name ''[[Wikipedia:Willibald|Wilibald]]'' contains ''wilja'' "wish, desire" and ''bald'' "bold".<ref>[[Jim Allan]], ''[[An Introduction to Elvish]]'', "Giving of Names"</ref>
 
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Wilibald Bolger
Hobbit
Biographical Information
Locationthe Shire
BirthS.R. 1304
DeathS.R. 1400
Family
ParentageTheobald Bolger and Nina Lightfoot.
Physical Description
GenderMale

Wilibald Bolger was a Hobbit of the Shire.

History

Wilibald was the son of Theobald Bolger and Nina Lightfoot. He married Prisca Baggins, and had three children, Wilimar, Heribald and Nora.[1][2]

Etymology

The name Wilibald contains wilja "wish, desire" and bald "bold".[3]

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings (50th Anniv. Ed.), Appendix C, "Bolger of Budgeford"
  2. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Peoples of Middle-earth, "The Family Trees"
  3. Jim Allan, An Introduction to Elvish, "Giving of Names"