leprechaun

[ lep-ruh-kawn, -kon ]SEE DEFINITION OF leprechaun

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A new light of respect and fear came into the Leprechaun's eyes.

In a trice the Phoenix had pounced on the Leprechaun and pinned him to the ground.

The Leprechaun's fright was so genuine now that the Phoenix relented and let him go.

And so you call my son a leprechaun, and he has legs like raipin' hooks!

But there are some say "No, that is not the Amadn-na-Briona, that is the leprechaun."

The word "leprechaun" comes from two Irish words meaning "one shoe."

But no one had been with Patch when he had seen the leprechaun.

You must not be surprised, because it is the fault of the leprechaun.

They were forced to believe that Shaun was truly in the land of the leprechaun!

"But do not be thinking that this leprechaun was wicked," continued Shaun.

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