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Brownies Fairy of English Scottish Folklore Hob goblin Brownies

Brownies Fairy of English Scottish Folklore Hob goblin Brownies


Brownie, in English and Scottish folklore, a small, industrious fairy or hobgoblin believed



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Small mischievous boy fairy folk who are generally seven inches in height and flightless. Brownie

One of the more benign creatures in Scottish folklore is the brownie. These creatures usually attached themselves to a family and performed household tasks ...

"Common House Brownie" from "Arthur Spiderwick's Field Guide to the Fantastical World Around You" illustration by Tony DiTerlizzi.

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Based on the small, industrious house jinni of Scottish and English folklore, Palmer Cox created a merry band of Brownies who travelled by night to have fun ...

A Brownie is a Scottish Faerie creature that lives in country homes and surreptitiously helps with the house and farm work.

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Brunaidh: A Scottish Brownie, being of the household. Known to have a keen sense of responsibility. Cainsville series by Kelley Armstrong

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ADVENTURES OF A BROWNIE, by Dinah Maria Mulock, illustrated by Edwin J. Prittie

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A Brownie is a legendary creature popular in folklore around Scotland and England. In folklore, a brownie resembles the hob, similar to a hobgoblin.

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A brownie is a legendary creature popular in folklore around Scotland and England. It is

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In English & Scottish folklore, a Brownie or Urisk is a small house spirit that helps with chores | Folklore Brownie resembles folklore Hobgoblin | Term " ...

домово́й, literally “[he] from the house”) — the main domestic spirit — the protector of the household and one of the most well-known pagan characters in ...

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Color enhanced illustration of a brownie, a legendary creature popular in folklore around Scotland and

Illustration from the title page of Robin Goodfellow: His Mad Pranks and Merry Jests (1629). In English folklore ...

a brownie resembles the hob, similar to a hobgoblin. Brownies are said to inhabit

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A Palmer Cox Brownie from Brownies Around the World (1894)

All this this comes from The Element Encyclopedia of Fairies by Lucy Cooper. There's a lot more on the folklore of these creatures to be read in the book.

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Both had the reputation of kidnapping children, ghosts and changelings were ravenous entities. Likewise, both fairies and ghosts could be repulsed or ...

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A goblin may range in height from that of a dwarf to that of a human. A hobgoblin is a term typically applied in folktales to describe a friendly or amusing ...


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