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A Hobbit is a fictional creature created by J. R. R. Tolkien.
Hobbit or The Hobbit may also refer to:
Entertainment and media
- The Hobbit, a 1937 novel by J. R. R. Tolkien
- The Hobbit (1977 film), animated made-for-TV film
- The Hobbit (1985 film), film shot in USSR
- The Hobbit (film series), a three-part film adaptation of the novel The Hobbit
- The Hobbit (1982 video game), a 1982 adventure game
- The Hobbit (2003 video game), a 2003 platform game
- Music of The Hobbit film series, soundtracks by Howard Shore
- Hobbit (computer), a Soviet home computer, based on the Sinclair ZX Spectrum architecture
- AT&T Hobbit, an experimental microprocessor design
- Hobbit (software), former name of Xymon
- Eryngium planum, is a common name of the plant
- Homo floresiensis, hominid fossils discovered in Flores, Indonesia
- Syconycteris hobbit, the scientific name for the Moss-forest Blossom Bat
- Hobbit (unit), a unit of volume or weight formerly used in Wales
- Hobbit (word), possible origins of the term predating Tolkien
- Honda PA50, a moped also known as the "Honda Hobbit"
- Hobbit, a brand of cookies manufactured by the German company Bahlsen
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