Little-people



plural noun
1.
(in folklore) small, imaginary beings, as elves, fairies, or leprechauns.
2.
the common people, especially workers, small merchants, or the like, who lead conventional, presumably unremarkable lives.
3.
small children.
4.
midgets or dwarfs.
plural noun
1.
(folklore) small supernatural beings, such as elves, pixies, or leprechauns
noun

small supernatural beings

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