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The leprechauns started by a man called Seamus Leprechauns got kicked out of his house by his wife and he ha to live in the mountains and make cloths out of moss and steal bags of gold from travellers

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According to a legend, if you catch a leprechaun you must be told where he/she hid a pot of gold.


A leprechaun is an Irish imp or goblin. Leprechauns are usually depicted as small dwarves resembling elderly little men. The legend is that a leprechaun can be made to reveal his buried treasure (gold) if he is caught by a human.


Stories of the Leprechaun originated from Ireland or the Irish. The Leprechaun is a famous part of Irish legend and folk tales that came down for centuries and is still thriving.


The popular legend of the leprechaun runs thus: if a leprechaun is caught, he must grant his captor three wishes and/or his pot of gold. Walt Disney solidified this legend in popular thought by releasing the movie "Darby O'Gill and the Little People" which features a battle of wits between a crafty but simple old man and the jovial but witty king of the leprechauns.


A leprechaun is a tiny man, ( sort of like an elf), that wear green all the time, usually has a beard and carries a pot of gold. Legend says if you catch a leprechaun you get a pot of gold.


Legend says that at the end of a rainbow a leprechaun can be found with a pot of gold. A leprechaun is part of Irish folk law, which is why rainbows are often associated with St Patrick's Day celebrations.


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Darby O"Gill and the Little People based on the Leprechaun legend in part.


Part of it is that they live at the bottom of the rainbow where they guard a pot of gold, which if you capture them you can keep part of, but if you turn away from the Leprechaun he/she will disappear, along with the pot of gold, or you will be transported somewhere else and not find it again. Same is with the gold.


The Irish people love to tell stories.


You start talking in an Irish accent and dressing in green.




You should never let him go -but nobody has been able to hold on to one yet.


legend has it that when you don't wear green on St Patrick's Day you will get pinched by an angry leprechaun.


Supposedly, after a Leprechaun has been caught, the person must watch them at all times in order to receive the golden prize that is promised by legend. The Leprechaun is a very tricky creature, and will try to convince you to look away from it so it can make a clean escape. Even a second of looking at something else, a simple glance in another direction, is enough to give the Leprechaun a chance to get away. If the Leprechaun gets away from you, regardless of whether or not you saw it, OR caught it, there will be no prize for you, only the memory of this little shoemaker farie.


The leprechaun mischievously stole all my gold.


It depends on the Leprechaun.


Ireland did invent the leprechaun


Leprechaun is the Gaelic term, it means 'one shoe maker'.


What is a Leprechaun- The answer Is Irish Fairy!


Leprechaun is Gaelic for Shoemaker


Leprechauns of legend are actually mean little creatures, with the exception of the Lucky Charms guy. They were probably added later on because capitalists needed something cute to put on greeting cards.


No. Every man is a man, every leprechaun is a leprechaun, and every Justin Bieber is a girl.



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