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  • Glaistig — The glaistig (pronounced|ˈɡlæʃtɨɡ) is a creature from Scottish mythology. It came in two forms, namely, firstly a kind of satyr, a supposed she hag or hag in the shape of a goat, secondly, a kind of beautiful female fairy, identical with the bean …   Wikipedia

  • Glaistig — (GUL stig) Variations: Elle Maid, Glaistg, Gruagachs,Oinopôlê ( She with an ass s leg ), ONOSCÉLES One of the vampiric fay, the glaistig of Scotland is a member of the Tuathan race. Always female, the glaistig is usually a benign water spirit,… …   Encyclopedia of vampire mythology

  • glaistig — glais·tig …   English syllables

  • Glaistig —    A water fairy who is a seductress. She has the body of a goat, which she hides under a long billowy green dress. She entices men to dance with her, then feeds on their blood like a vampire. Not all bad, she also takes care of children and the… …   The writer's dictionary of science fiction, fantasy, horror and mythology

  • glaistig — …   Useful english dictionary

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