The four MAIN hobbits would be Frodo Baggins, Meriodoc Brandybuck (aka Merry) and Peregrin Took (aka Pippin) and finally last but surely not least, Samwise Gamgee (Sam).
Also question is, what are the hobbits names?
In this manner, is Gandalf a human?
As one of the Maiar, Gandalf was not a mortal Man but an angelic being who had taken human form. … Along with the other Maiar who entered into the world as the five Wizards, he took on the specific form of an aged old man as a sign of his humility.
How did Bilbo die?
On September 29, he, Gandalf, Elrond, Galadriel, and Frodo boarded a ship docked at the Grey Havens and sailed away from Middle-earth. His fate afterward is not known but as he too was a mortal being, he most likely died in the light of the Blessed Realm of Valinor.
Quite often, we think that there are female characters in the hobbit, because they are in The Lord of the rings, like female elves, female hobbits, and we mix the two stories in our memory. But in The Hobbit the terms stay in the gender-undetermined plural : the elves, the hobbits, the Sackville-Bagginses.
TL;DR: Thorin is half–elf, and Fili and Kili are themselves both part elf and half-human. The two young dwarves represent the union of Elves, Men, and Dwarves that once existed before Dale fell, and which will rise again.
Do Hobbits represent the Irish people/culture? Nope. The Shire and its inhabitants are pretty clearly and directly evoking a rural English idyll.
Frodo Baggins is a fictional character in J. R. R. Tolkien’s writings, and one of the protagonists in The Lord of the Rings. Frodo is a hobbit of the Shire who inherits the One Ring from his cousin Bilbo Baggins and undertakes the quest to destroy it in the fires of Mount Doom in Mordor.
Types. Tolkien devised a fictional history with three types of hobbits, with different physical characteristics and temperaments: Harfoots, Fallohides, and Stoors.
New Zealand’s rugged scenery was the location for much of the Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hobbit films, but it was a 1,250 acre working sheep farm on North Island that became Hobbiton, the home of the hobbits in JRR Tolkien’s fantasy land, Middle Earth.