- n. Plural form of leprechaun.
“Irish Agonies As Lloyds has tried to establish exactly what it acquired with its purchase of HBoS, it has become apparent that the bank had believed the Irish fairy tale as wholeheartedly as any five year old might believe in leprechauns.”
“Club Penguinis filled with green and over run by crazy little things called leprechauns and pots of gold! lol (JK) Its the St. Patrick's Day 2009!”
“Greeley divides the book into two parts, actual stories involving the fairdinkum mythological types such as leprechauns, sidhe, and other such supernatural beings, and 'literary fantasies' in the latter, where you get space swan pilots and a time stranded Fianna, etc.”
“Belief in mythical beings (such as leprechauns, tooth fairies, and gods) is fine until you're about 7 years old.”
“There are mischievous ones such as leprechauns and cluricauns; there are fairies that warn of death and danger, like the banshee; and then there are the frightening ones, the pookas and the dullahan.”
“Black Finn does know how to party on their list of attractions will be: Ice luges, Beer Tubs, Irish Music, Beer Specials ALL DAY, leprechauns, Irish Car bombs, clovers, prizes and giveaways.”
“(Can't say the same for the Disney flicks about leprechauns or mermen, but I'm not ruling anything out just because those particular residual effects haven't cropped up yet.)”
“Step quietly, for leprechauns will avoid humans, knowing us to be foolish and greedy.”
“There is no mention to be found of female leprechauns in traditional Irish legend, so as to how they came to be .. your guess is as good as mine.”
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