Kobold



[koh-bold, -bohld] /ˈkoʊ bɒld, -boʊld/

noun, (in German folklore)
1.
a spirit or goblin, often mischievous, that haunts houses.
2.
a spirit that haunts mines or other underground places.
/ˈkɒbəʊld/
noun (German myth)
1.
a mischievous household sprite
2.
a spirit that haunts subterranean places, such as mines
noun

in German folklore, a haunting spirit, gnome, or goblin
Word Origin

Middle High German kobolt ‘goblin’

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