Robin Goodfellow

Robin Goodfellow
Robin Goodfellow [good′fel΄ō]
Eng. Folklore a mischievous sprite or fairy: identified with Puck

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  • Robin Goodfellow — Rob in Good fel low A celebrated fairy; Puck. See {Puck}. Shak. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Robin Goodfellow — est un groupe d origine bordiguiste issu de la revue Communisme ou civilisation. Leur but est « de poursuivre le travail d élaboration théorique et de défense des principes communistes »[1] estimant qu ils sont nécessaires au succès d… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Robin Goodfellow — Robin Goodfellow, im Glauben der englischen Landleute ein Hausgeist, ähnlich dem schottischen Brownie, s.d …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Robin Goodfellow —    This was the best known name for an individual *fairy in late medieval and Tudor England. He was a mocking shape changer, with a characteristic guffawing laugh of Ho, ho, hoh! . He could turn into a horse, tempting weary travellers to mount… …   A Dictionary of English folklore

  • Robin Goodfellow — Puck Puck, n. [OE. pouke; cf. OSw. puke, Icel. p[=u]ki an evil demon, W. pwca a hobgoblin. Cf. {Poker} a bugbear, {Pug}.] 1. (Medi[ae]val Myth.) A celebrated fairy, the merry wanderer of the night; called also {Robin Goodfellow}, {Friar Rush},… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Robin Goodfellow — noun Date: 1531 a mischievous sprite in English folklore …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Robin Goodfellow — /good fel oh/ Puck (def. 1). * * * …   Universalium

  • Robin Goodfellow — noun a mischievous sprite or goblin formerly believed to haunt the English countryside …   English new terms dictionary

  • Robin Goodfellow — Rob′in Good′fel•low [[t]ˈgʊdˌfɛl oʊ[/t]] n. lit. myt Puck …   From formal English to slang

  • Robin Goodfellow — /rɒbən ˈgʊdfɛloʊ/ (say robuhn goodfeloh) noun → Puck …   Australian English dictionary