When Frodo is leaving Rivendell for home, Bilbo gives him a bunch of notes which are signed "B. S." (in the Swedish translation), or "B.B." in the English original, for Bilbo... S? I felt a cold sensation down my spine, as if I had missed something crucial about the entire story, and looked it up on Wikipedia:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bilbo_Baggins doesn't mention anything about "Bilbo S" as far as I can tell.
https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bilbo_Bagger (the Swedish-language version of the same article) does mention that Bilbo Bagger (the Swedish name for Bilbo Baggins) is "also called" Bilbo Secker... But I have no memory of this being mentioned at any point before, and the English article has no mention of an alternate name.
What's with "Secker"? The only thing I can think of is that "Secker" sounds like "Säcker", which might be alluding to "säck" which means "bag", as in "Baggins"... but that's pretty far-fetched, especially as he is referred to as "Bilbo Bagger" in Swedish in all other places except for the initials on his noted.
What's with Bilbo "S."/"Secker"?
To make it clear, the only reason I "know" about "Secker" is the Wikipedia article, which could be making it up for all I know; I don't remember reading it in the actual books. (But I could've forgotten about it.)