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(I'll even answer to 'Grundy', though I won't like it as much as Grandy.)
Firstly, here is the question....
What is the other Hobbitish name for The Oldbucks
well... night night for now...
What major work of scholarship did Bilbo produce in Rivendell
That was the name of the Brandybucks before they crossed the river and established Brandyhall.
The answer was Zaragamba - maybe I didn't phrase the question right...
Do you consider the translation of Elvish works and history into Westron a work of scholarship?
But the chief importance of Findegil's copy [of The Red Book of Westmarch] is that it alone contained the whole of Bilbo's 'Translations from the Elvish'. These three volumes were found to be a work of great skill and learning in which, between 1403 and 1418, he had used all the sources available to him in Rivendell, both living and written. But since they were little used by Frodo, being almost entirely concerned with the Elder Days, no more is said of them here.
(Ahem) In The Hobbit, which sport was invented by Bilbo's ancestors and how did it get invented?