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  • n. Plural form of folkland.


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  • Not only was it divided into the four Farthings, it was further divided into the ‘folklands’ of the twelve principal Hobbit families, Took, Baggins, Oldbuck, and so forth.

    superversive: Gondor, Byzantium, and Feudalism

  • North, South, East, and West; and these again each into a number of folklands, which still bore the names of some of the old leading families, although by the time of this history these names were no longer found only in their proper folklands.

    The Lord of the Rings


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