Hobbit-holes

Hobbit-holes
 / Hobbit-hole
   The underground dwellings of the Little Folk.
   Originally the Hobbits' preferred style of dwelling, holes buried into hillsides, downs and banks. By the late Third Age, these had largely been replaced by buildings of wood or brick, but hobbit-holes were still in use by the more established Hobbit families of the Shire (for example, at Bag End and Great Smials).

J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth glossary. . 2003.

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