from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Relating to or suggestive of an elf.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An elm.
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- noun obsolete A female
elf, a fairy, nymph
- adjective belonging to, or relating to,
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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Humorously, they come up with fancy names for the scripts – like elven is written in “Rellanic” – but then they don’t use that term in the visual example graphics, just calling it “Elven script.”
The elven woman whipped toward me, her lips twitching like a hungry rabbit.
Really thought it was funny that Stephen questioned the usefulness of the elven tribe that D&D brian is in because of his low rolls.
Ivy~ about 5ft2in tall and and an elven build, about a 30c.
Both have happy, dancing, elven-like beings in their households.
Bedhead had no truck with elven princes, of that I was quite sure.
The elven prince had finally relaxed his rather minimal dress code of tunics and torcs a few months ago, just as he had relaxed his vigilance.
Robert snapped out a wing, startling an elven waitress into nearly spilling her drink.
The elven prince sat in his usual place on the couch, bristling with a lethal sort of quiet.
Text is always an innocuous beam of pure starlight which personal experience * never* has any sort of bearing on; it merely enters through your ajna chakra and slips down slowly into your throat, from which elegant and suitably academic explications de texte flow like the finest lavender honey made by lissome elven beekeepers.