An elf (plural: elves) is a type of supernatural being in Germanic mythology and
folklore. Reconstructing the early concept of an elf depends almost entirely on ...
(in folklore) one of a class of preternatural beings, especially from mountainous
regions, with magical powers, given to capricious and often mischievous ...
Elve definition, an extremely dim, flattened, expanding, reddish glow briefly seen
over a thunderstorm, due to electromagnetic pulses from intense lightning.
Sep 16, 2013 ... Elves have been a popular subject in fiction for centuries, and there are several
types of elves.
Elf (plural elves) Throughout the eras elves have been seen in different shapes
and sizes. One of the most common sorts of elves that most in ...
a form of electrical discharge that is emitted upward from the top of a
cumulonimbus cloud during a thunderstorm and that usually appears as a very
As plurals of elf, both elfs and elves have long histories in English, and there is
plenty of precedent for both, but elves has always been the more common form ...
The Elves, who called themselves the Quendi, were the first and eldest of the
Children of Ilúvatar and are considered to be the fairest and wisest race of Arda ...
1. a diminutive being in folklore given to mischievous interference in human
affairs. 2. a small or mischievous person, esp. a child. [before 1000; Middle
An elf (Old Norse álfr, Old English ælf, Old High German alb, Proto-Germanic *
albaz) is a certain kind of demigod-like being in the pre-Christian mythology and