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leprechaun - Etymology, Mythology, Appearance, Related creatures, In politics, Popular culture

A fairy of Irish folklore, traditionally a tiny old man in green occupying himself with cobbling, and the possessor of a crock of gold whose whereabouts he could be persuaded to reveal by threats of violence.

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