A leprechaun (Irish: leipreachán) is a type of fairy in Irish folklore. They are
usually depicted as little bearded men, wearing a coat and hat, who partake in ...
Jun 20, 2013 ... Leprechauns are often described as wizened old men with pots of gold. But there
is much more to the Irish folk legend.
Ireland is most famous for its Leprechaun and has caught the imagination of
millions around the world. How much do you know about the Irish Leprechaun?
Nov 5, 2011 ... March 2014: the leprechauns strike again at our house! Are they riding the cat?!
http://youtu.be/5J3U4XfzWH0 Recorded on March 17, 2011 ...
Sep 21, 2015 ... Early leprechauns were described as sly old men that wore red suits and were
often found working on a solitary shoe. The word solitary was ...
Leprechauns storybook for kids. The original Irish name for these figures of
folklore is lobaircin, meaning small-bodied fellow. In Irish mythology, a ...
Mar 15, 2015 ... In America, the little bearded sprites known as leprechauns have become
synonymous with St. Patrick's Day and Irish culture. Here are some ...
Mar 17, 2010 ... The original leprechaun was not the top-hat wearing, pipe-smoking, green clad
sprite of modern day.
Comedy · An evil, sadistic Leprechaun goes on a killing rampage in search of his
beloved pot of gold.
The name leprechaun may have derived from the Irish leath bhrogan (shoemaker
), although its origins may lie in luacharma'n (Irish for pygmy).