The Mathom-house it was called; for anything that Hobbits had no immediate use for, but were unwilling to throw away, they called a mathom.
via The Fellowship of the Ring
Submitted by: mathomsandmurmors 

The Mathom-house it was called; for anything that Hobbits had no immediate use for, but were unwilling to throw away, they called a mathom.

via The Fellowship of the Ring

Submitted by: mathomsandmurmors 

 
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    WHAT A NERD AMIRITE?
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    In Old English maðm means a treasure or precious thing. Tolkien used Old English as the language of Rohan, and the...
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    I just need to start calling my whole room a Mathom Room.
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