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noun as in goblin

noun as in troll

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After the pilot finished scanning a swath of land—on a good day, the helicopter will cover more than 100 miles—the data was transmitted via satellite to KoBold scientists working in offices thousands of miles away.

Finally, they fed all this information into an artificial-intelligence system KoBold developed in partnership with Stanford University.

In German folklore, a kobold was a mischievous household spirit.

But he reproved her conduct, and even struggled with the kobold who tried to prevent his releasing her from the crab.

It touches not thy noble person, which pleases me right well, but simply thy house and castle Kobold.

The student crawled back to the bench; but in a quarter of an hour the Kobold began his work anew, sweeping, cleaning, wiping.

They were at length resolved to lay themselves down close together upon the flat floor; but the Kobold left them not in peace.

When a vessel is doomed the kobold appears smoking a short pipe, dressed in yellow, and wearing a night-cap.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to kobold, such as: gnome, gremlin, bogeyman, brownie, demon, and fiend.

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