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banshee in Irish folklore, a female spirit whose wailing forbodes the death of a loved one.
Bluebeard in folklore, a man who married and then killed six wives.
dybbuk in Jewish folklore, the soul of a dead person that enters the body of a living person and controls his or her actions.
Easter bunny in folklore, a rabbit that brings Easter eggs, candy, presents, or the like for children for Easter; Easter rabbit.
gnome1 one of a group of little old men of folklore and fairy tales who live inside the earth and guard precious treasure. [1/2 definitions]
goblin in folklore and fairy tales, a small, ugly creature that does evil or mischief to humans.
golem in Jewish folklore, a man-made and humanlike figure brought to life by supernatural, occult forces.
kobold in Germanic folklore, a spirit or elf that haunts households. [2 definitions]
leprechaun in Irish folklore, an elf with knowledge of secret treasure for whomever can catch him.
lycanthropy in folklore, the ability to change oneself or another person into a wolf or other beast.
Oberon in medieval English folklore and A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare, the king of the fairies and the husband of Titania.
pixy a playful or mischievous creature of folklore, similar to a fairy or elf. [1/2 definitions]
Saint Nicholas in North American folklore, a chubby, jolly, bearded old fellow who embodies the charitable spirit of Christmas. He wears a red suit, lives at the North Pole, and brings children presents at Christmas; Santa Claus. [1/2 definitions]
sandman in folklore and fairy tales, a person who makes children sleepy by sprinkling sand in their eyes.
Santa Claus in North American folklore, a chubby, jolly, bearded old fellow who embodies the charitable spirit of Christmas. He wears a red suit, lives at the North Pole, and brings children presents at Christmas; St. Nicholas; St. Nick; Kriss Kringle.
Titania in medieval English folklore and A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare, the queen of the fairies and the wife of Oberon.
troll2 in Scandinavian folklore, an ugly manlike creature that lived in a cave or under a bridge.
Walpurgis Night the eve of May Day, during which, according to German folklore, witches gathered for a sabbath before the feast of St. Walpurgis on May 1.
Wandering Jew in medieval folklore, a Jew condemned to roam the earth until the Second Coming, as a punishment for mocking or striking Jesus Christ before the crucifixion. [1/2 definitions]
water sprite in folklore, a spirit or nymph that lives in or near water.
werewolf in folklore, a person who has changed into or is capable of changing into a wolf and back into a human again; lycanthrope.