The Hobbit Chapters 1-5
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A well-to-do hobbit from Hobbiton
A wizard who takes a hobbit on an adventure and saves the company from the trolls and goblins. Kills the Great Goblin.
A people of short, stout stature, with beards and a love of treasure
Very large people, not very clever, but dangerous and evil. They love eating mutton. They turn into stone at daybreak.
A wise and noble people who are merry and fair. They are sometimes thought to be annoying and foolish.
Small wicked creature that lives on an island on a lake beneath the mountain and lost a very valuable possession.
Cruel, wicked, bad-hearted people who live underground in the mountains.
Important dwarf who leads the Company
Dragon who stole the dwarves' home and treasure
Hobbit family across the Water known for adventures
The great leader of the Elves of Rivendell
What Bilbo finds and uses to make himself invisible
What comforts him when he is scared.
Swords, food, clothing, treasure, supplies
What the company finds in the troll's cave.
The father of the fathers of the eldest race of dwarves and Thorin's ancestor
Fili and Kili
Youngest dwarves, sharpest eyes, 50 years younger than other dwarves.
The leader of the goblins.
Orcrist and Glamdering
Elf swords known as beater and biter and the goblin-cleaver and foe-hammer. Found by Thorin and Gandalf and feared by the goblins.
Game played by Bilbo and Gollum
"I am looking for someone to share in an adventure that I am arranging and it's very difficult to find anyone."
"We are plain quiet folk and I have no use for adventures. Nasty disturbing uncomfortable things! Make you late for dinner!"
"We were on a journey to visit our relatives, our nephews and nieces, and first, second, and third cousins, and the other descendants of our grandfathers..."
"Stand by the grey stone when the thrush knocks, and the setting sun with the last light of Durin's Day will shine upon the key-hole."
Great Goblin Quote
"Who are these miserable persons?"
"Is it nice, my precious? Is it juicy? Is it scrumptiously crunchable?"
flesh of sheep used for food
paid, provided payment
bewildered or confused
brave, bold or fearless
clever or deceitful
large groups or crowds
eerie or mysterious
angered or irritated
worthy of honor and respect
grumbling and complaining