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Leprechauns

Derived from the Irish word "luchorpan" meaning "little man," Leprechauns are Irish fairies who are about two feet tall and look like little old men. They are solitary and happy creatures who live in remote places. Legend says they have pots of gold and if you catch one, they might tell you where it is in order to escape.

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What is the connection between leprechauns and Saint Patrick's Day?

The leprechaun is an old Irish legend. He is like a spirit. I don't think there is a direct connection. Leprechauns are based upon Irish luck fairies and the Celtic version of dwarves, which were small slimy gold hunting tricksters. St. Patrick was the person who supposedly drove out the pagan beliefs and imagery of ancient Ireland. It is likely to simply be Disney-ecse cuteness to have some nice creatures to prance around in the parades etc. There is no connection, except that...
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What is the connection between the color green and Saint Patrick's Day?

Actually there's no connection between green and St. Patrick. It's just that Irish connecting green color to fairies, angels, and saints, and any other Holy things. Ireland is known as "The Emerald Isle," and emerald = green, so green is the color of Ireland and thus of St. Patrick's Day. Now, if we were talking the Anglican Church, rather than the Irish Catholic, orange would be the color of choice. But since St. Patrick is Catholic (... not really, but you know...
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What is a leprechaun's occupation?

They guard the gold at the end of the rainbow. The name leprechaun may have derived from the Irish leath bhrogan (shoemaker), although its origins may lie in luacharma'n (Irish for pygmy). These apparently aged, diminutive men are frequently to be found in an intoxicated state, caused by home-brew poteen. However they never become so drunk that the hand which holds the hammer becomes unsteady and their shoemaker's work affected. Leprechauns have also become self-appointed guardians of ancient treasure (left by the Danes...
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Why does the caramel topping on sticky buns sometimes come out smooth and other times it is crystalized?

It means your temperature was too hot. This sort of recipe is touchy and one needs to follow the directions to the letter. Marcy You could also replace a spoonful or so of the granulated sugar with light corn syrup. This will not affect flavour or texture but it does provide some protection against crystallizing when you make sugar syrups. i beg to differ, its all about how you stir it did you stir it to much you ask yourself? No i haven't, okay, so...
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How do you find a leprechaun?

Leprechauns can be followed by their trails, or by listening for the sound of their shoemaker hammers. Once found, a leprechaun must surrender his pot of gold. But be careful not to look away for a second or he will be gone. Signs that a leprechaun has passed through are muddy, doll-sized footprints, lost green hats, or a shamrock dropped by the wee folk in their haste. Note Leprechauns are most frequently seen by customers leaving taverns and ale houses. A Pot of Gold If you...
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Is Chucky from Chucky's Bride real?

Yes, it was based on a true story Yes. hes my Husband
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How do you say 'leprechaun' in Spanish?

There is no specific word for "leprechaun" in Spanish. "Duende" is "fairy," which is almost as close as it gets. "Gnomo" is "gnome," which is also close. ...
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What is the meaning of development administration?

action oriented goal oriented change oriented effort is development administration Development administration is concerned with plans, policies, programmes and projects which focuses on nation building and socio-economic development. It aims to achieve socio-economic goals through the talents and expertise of bureaucrats. Development administration focuses on the results to be achieved rather than the traditionalist view of strict adherence to rules and hierarchy. Strict adherence to rules creates rigidness, delay and procrastination. Development per se is oriented towards change in a destined direction. Thus, development administration is change...
Asked in Parenting and Children, Leprechauns, The Difference Between

What if you are divorced now and want to see you kids but the mother suffers from Parental alienation syndrome and want let you see the kids without her there?

I do not understand how she could legally could do this. Your settlement agreement should have some visitation allowed. If it does, you can enforce visitation, if the agreement does not allow you to have visitation, you either did something wrong or you sign a lopsided agreement that you will now need to contest. Good Luck ...
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What do real leprechauns look like?

Leprechauns measure not longer than 18 inches and not shorter than 14 inches, they are not unlike drarfs but are not related to them, they all have rust coloured beards. well, u could go 2 Giant and Buy a box of lucky charms, and then study the box ...
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What do leprechaun like to eat?

Leprechauns traditionally like to indulge themselves on rose thorns and guiness, but nowadays prefer to eat a less healthy option of fried chicken. However, if you ever tried to feed a leprechaun fried chicken you might end up losing one of your limbs so that they can obtain the food in your hand. This is 100% serious and I advise everyone to follow my advice. Thanks. ...
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Who wears green in Ireland and why?

Ireland has long considered green to be it's national colour. Irish football teams wear green, and people around the world wear green on St. Patrick's day. Rural Ireland has a green landscape (fields, trees, etc) and when many Irish poets fell upon harded times in cities abroad they would lament over the "Emerald Isle". St. Patrick used a shamrock to introduce Christianity to Ireland (each leaf representing one part of the Holy Trinity). Also, green was the colour of sympathy for independence...
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What do leprechauns do?

Leprachauns help make the gold at the end of the rainbow and one day will rule the world. Ah they really exist! Leprechauns are shoemakers. ...
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What is the meaning behind the pot of gold in Irish tradition?

It's Irish Folklore and it has it that if you follow the rainbow the "little ones" will leave a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. These little guys were rascals and always playing tricks, so I wouldn't count on that pot 'o gold at the end of any rainbow. Marcy Answer Leprechauns made their gold from being shoemakers and because they danced so much they were always in need to repair shoes. It has absoloutely nothing to do with Irish folklore,...
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What is a clurichuan and can they also be shoemakers?

Clurichauns are inherently Irish no matter where they're from, and always wear green. They have a knack of getting along with people, but also at getting away when there's trouble. They are very emotional and are frequently moved to tears or fisticuffs. Clurichauns don't really have pots of gold. Clurichauns and leprechauns are the same thing by 2 different names. Clurichauns like to sing, though not always well, and drink .... a lot! They are tird to the spirit of the land...
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Which country was first to have leprechaun fairy tales?

Irland, evey1 knows that! land of the Irish, home of the green,home of the shamrock(4 leaf clover), home of the Irish dance! and most important, the LEPERCHAUNS!!!!!!!!!!!! ...
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Do leprechauns eat people?

No! They eat fruits and vegetables and that sort of thing.
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What are leprechauns?

The leprechaun is a small fairy with a grotesque appearance. He is usually dressed in green with a leather apron, silver buckled shoes, a red cap, and spectacles on the end of his nose. Leprechauns are known for being shoemakers. Interestingly, leprechauns will never make a pair of shoes; they will make only one shoe at a time. Although they are quick to shun humans, leprechauns like to play tricks on them. If a leprechaun is caught (a difficult feat), he must...
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What do leprechauns have to do with St. Patrick?

I don't believe there is any connection except they are both Irish lore. What has occurred to tie Leprechauns in with St. Patricks Day is that countries (Not Ireland) like America have taken all of the symbols associated with Ireland and lumped them all together in one stereotypical holiday. Shamrocks, leprechauns, blarney, green everything. Then there is a scurrilous rumour that Irish people are big drinkers, this may be the reason why everyone sees St. Patrick's Day as a day to tie one...
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What does stepping and fetching mean?

It dates back to the days of slavery, when masters ordered their slaves to work harder. It's now a derogatory term for being subservient, especially on racial grounds. It is often used without any racial overtones to mean rushing to respond to a situation. ex., After accidentally setting fire to the vacant field, the four your boys were steppin and fetchin to put out the fire. ...
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What do leprechauns eat?

They are fictitious folk, and I am sure that if they were real they would like to eat fresh cream. ...
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Do leprechauns come to night or tomorrow night?

No. They come out in March on Leprechauns day at night.
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How big is a leprechaun?

About three to four feet tall.