noun, plural bil·boes. Usually bilboes.
Origin of bilbo1
Definition for bilbo (2 of 3)
noun, plural bil·boes. Archaic.
Origin of bilbo2
Definition for bilbo (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for bilbo
Return of the King had Smeagol, An Unexpected Journey featured Frodo and an older Bilbo.‘No Regrets’: Peter Jackson Says Goodbye to Middle-Earth|Alex Suskind|December 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Also making appearances in the early Garfield specials are the original Bilbo Baggins, Orson Bean, and a pre-Cheers George Wendt.Garfield Television: The Cat Who Saved Primetime Cartoons|Rich Goldstein|November 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Once Gollum drags off his catch, Bilbo hurries to retrieve the ring, putting it in his pocket for safe keeping.
In an awkward scene, Frodo speaks with his uncle (an elderly version of Bilbo) about an ambiguous adventure he had long ago.
In the film, Sting is gifted to Bilbo by Gandalf in a moment of mentorship.
I have brought you a couple of dictionaries; let us see if your highness can find out the Latin for bilbo.The Lady of Lyons|Edward Bulwer Lytton
I was knocked senseless in the fight, after I had put my bilbo through your comely brother.The Sea-Hawk|Raphael Sabatini
That was the one basic mistake that we, and everyone else, made when we discussed the Bilbo Grundy Projector.
He can't hurt you—he has broken his bilbo across—the symbol of gentility.The Cock and Anchor|Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
Some of them belonged to the crowd who opposed Bilbo Grundy's fabulous invention.
British Dictionary definitions for bilbo
noun plural -bos or -boes
Word Origin for bilbo
Word Origin and History for bilbo
kind of sword noted for temper and elasticity, 1590s, from Bilbao, town in northern Spain where swords were made, in English Bilboa. The town name is Roman Bellum Vadum "beautiful ford" (over the Nervion River).