from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A fictional small humanoid creature featuring in fantasy fiction; a hobbit.
- n. A fictional humanoid born of a human parent and a parent of another race in fantasy fiction.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A halfpenny; the half of an old silver penny.
- n. A half-grown person; a stripling.
- n. A half-witted person.
- Half-grown; not fully grown.
- Partly; in part; half.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Ironically nobody complains that this halfling is played by a 2. 20m tall guy, or that the slim and athletic elf is a 300 pound heavyweight in real life, so why assume that just on the gender part someone should stick to what he or she is for real?
I'm wondering if the halfling will be there and what that will be like.
Greg BoydThe idea of a halfling is a mythological one, beyond copyright protection.
The idea of a halfling is a mythological one, beyond copyright protection. unless Tolkien was the first person to come up with hobbits - but I think the tradition is older than him
On the surface, Saya is a stunning 16-year old girl, but that youthful exterior hides the tormented soul of a 400 year-old "halfling".
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Serafina and Heraldo Machiavelli were among the many adventurers to respond to the call to arms, as were Anemone the halfling and Brandaris the dwarf.
From behind them, the halfling said, “Is there really another way off the island?”
The halfling began unpacking his bag atop another desk, pulling out energy bars and bottles of Coke.
This has to be the coolest thing ever, the halfling said.