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Results for: mischievous Irish elf, sprite, imp (Irish Folklore)Translations 1 - 30 of 134
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mischievous Irish elf, sprite, imp (Irish Folklore)leprechaun
(Arabian Mythology) genius or demon; genie, jinn, spirit which is often contained in a bottle and can grant wishes (Arabian Folklore)jinnee
(German Folklore) goblin, demon; demon which haunts mines, German elf or gnomekobold
(Irish) darling, honey, sweety (affectionate term)macushla
(Irish) young boy; lad (Informal); sevant; foolhardy person (generally male)gossoon
(U.S. History) people of Irish heritage should not seek employment here (phrase used during the mid-1800s when Irish immigrants were severely discriminated against in the workplace), NINANo Irish Need Apply
17C Irish outlaw, American supporter of Britain, British Conservative, Canadian Conservative, English royalist, member of 18th to early 19th century British political royalist group, of or pertaining to the 18th to early 19th century British political ...Tory
1960s dance, act like a monkey; imitate a monkey; make mischief, clown around, dupe, mimic, mischievous child, nonhuman primate, pile driver ram, type of agile tree-dwelling mammal of the order Primates (not including humanoid apes, lemurs, or humans);...monkey
abnormally short human, pygmy, midget; small man with magical powers (Folklore), dwarf star, make somebody or something seem small, person small for medical reasons, reduce, minimize, miniaturize, make small, small humanoid creature in folklore, small ...dwarf
act mischievously, amusing prank, any of a number of songbirds (mainly found in Europe, Asia and North Africa); fun adventure; mischievous act, have fun; play pranks, mischievous adventure, small brownish songbirdlark
adorn, decorate, ornament; decorate oneself, dandify oneself, dress up, decorate or display ostentatiously, practical joke, mischievous deed, playful actprank
aim of Irish nationalistsHome Rule
any of a number of small three-leaved plants (including clover and wood sorrel); yellow-flowered clover which is the Irish national emblem, three-leafed clovershamrock
appealingly boyish, boyish girl, girl street urchin, mischievous child; lively young-looking girlgamine
arch shape, archway, build something in arch shape, cross, curved body part, curved rock formation, curved structure, form something into curved shape, knowingly playful or mischievous, make arched, make vaulted, build an arch; be arched, be vaulted, m...arch
Australian bird, avid collector, chattering black-and-white bird, long-tailed black-and-white bird with a chattering call and mischievous habits; person who talks all the time, chatterbox, talkative personmagpie
Australian sheepdog, kelpy, water spritekelpie
bad people, dangerous, disgusting, distressing, evil, bad mischievous; vicious, malicious; severe; unjustified; dangerous; unpleasant, vile, mean, very bad, very goodwicked
badly behaved, mildly indecent, not disciplined, unruly; mischievous; inappropriate; rude, sinfulnaughty
be hasty in doing something, mischievous child, perform in a hasty or superficial manner, do carelessly, rascal, rogue, scoundrelscamp
biologically inferior variant, clear away plants from land, dangerous and solitary, dangerous solitary animal, defraud, maverick, rascal, scoundrel, dishonest person, villain, somebody dishonest, somebody mischievous, stray, tramprogue
black folklore hero, signatureJohn Henry
boisterous play, rough play, mischievous prankshorseplay
bring type together, kerne, medieval soldier, overlap adjacent characters, part of a character, part of a typeface that extends beyond the edge of the metal type block (Printing); soldier or a group of Irish foot soldiers (Archaic); peasant (Archaic), ...kern
by elves, delicate, elf-like; mischievous, playful, sprightly; strangely beautiful or magical elflike, magical or charming, of or like an elf, small and lively, small mischievous creature (also about a child); fairy, sprite, gnome (Folklore)elfin
cape at the northwestern tip of the North Island, New Zealand. In Maori folklore, it is the departure point for the souls of the dead returning to the spiritual homeland of Hawaiki.Reinga, Cape
carefree play, gaiety, merriment, fun; prank, mischievous behavior, gambol, frisk, have fun; behave in a mischievous manner, play pranks, play lightheartedly, something lively and carefreefrolic
carrageenan, carragheen, edible seaweed found on North Atlantic coasts, Irish mosscarrageen
child exchanged for another by fairies, ugly child left by fairies in place of a pretty child (Folklore); child which is substituted for anotherchangeling
continuing problem, irrational fear; difficult problem; goblin that eats naughty children (Folklore), monster, source of fearbugbear
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