Jack tales
Jack is an archetypal Cornish and English hero and stock character appearing in legends, fairy tales, and nursery rhymes, generally portrayed as a young adult. Unlike moralizing fairy heroes, Jack is ...
This Is the House That Jack Built
"This Is the House That Jack Built" is a popular British nursery rhyme and cumulative tale. It has a Roud Folk Song Index number of 20584. It is Aarne-Thompson type 2035.
This is perhaps the most...
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Amadan Dubh
Amadan Dubh, also known as the "'Dark Fool'" or "Fairy Fool", is a trickster fairy found in Irish folklore, and is the "bringer of madness and oblivion."It is also said that Amadan Dubh "haunts the hi...
Jack-Jack Attack
Jack-Jack Attack is a 2005 computer animated short film produced by Pixar based on their film The Incredibles, and directed by Brad Bird.Unlike many of their previous shorts, it was not given a theat...
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Notre Dame Leprechaun
The Notre Dame leprechaun is the mascot of the Fighting Irish sports club at the University of Notre Dame, USA. He appears at athletic events, most notably at football games. It was designed by sport...
Jack Sprat
"Jack Sprat" (or "Jack Spratt") is an English language nursery rhyme. It has a Roud Folk Song Index number of 19479.
The most common modern version of the rhyme is:Jack Sprat could eat no fat.His ...
Alux
An alux (Mayan: [aˈluʃ], plural: aluxo'ob [aluʃoˀːb]) is the name given to a type of sprite or spirit in the mythological tradition of certain Maya peoples from the Yucatán Peninsula and Guatemala, a...
Clurichaun
The clurichaun (/ˈklʊərɨkɔːn/) (from Irish: clobhair-ceann), is an Irish fairy which resembles the leprechaun. Some folklorists describe the clurichaun as a night "form" of the leprechaun, who goe...
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Spring-heeled Jack
Spring-heeled Jack is an entity in English folklore of the Victorian era. The first claimed sighting of Spring-heeled Jack was in 1837. Later sightings were reported all over Great Britain and were e...
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Taka-Onna
Taka-Onna or Takaonna (高女 たか女, 高女 たかおんな?) is a yōkai who walks and wanders through the rooms of people. are jealous and ugly ladies have no popularity with men. These become taka-onnas by his jealousy...
Leprechaun
A leprechaun (Irish: leipreachán) is a type of fairy in Irish folklore. It is usually depicted as a little old man, wearing a coat and hat, who partakes in mischief. They are solitary creatures wh...
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Crichton Leprechaun
88°06′37″W / 30.6958239°N 88.1102674°W / 30.6958239; -88.1102674The Crichton Leprechaun (known alternatively as the Mobile Leprechaun or Alabama Leprechaun) is an urban legend...
Kijimuna
The Kijimuna (キジムナー, Kijimunaa) are creatures of the mythology native to the island of Okinawa. They are said to look around three or four years old and have red hair.
The kijimuna are sma...
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Jack Be Nimble
"Jack Be Nimble" is an English language nursery rhyme. It has a Roud Folk Song Index number of 13902.
The most common version of the rhyme is:Jack be nimble,Jack be quick,Jack jump overThe candles...
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Māui (Māori mythology)
In Māori mythology, Māui is a culture hero famous for his exploits and his trickery.
The offspring of Tū (humankind) increased and multiplied and did not know death until the generation of Māui-ti...
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Māui (Hawaiian mythology)
In Hawaiian mythology, Māui is a culture hero and ancient chief who appears in several different genealogies. In the Ulu line he is the son of ʻAkalana and his wife Hinakawea (Hina). This couple...
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Păcală
Păcală (Romanian, from a păcăli, "to dupe"; sometimes rendered Pâcală or Pîcală) is a fictional character in Romanian folklore, literature and humor. An irreverent young man, seemingly a peasant, he r...
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Jack of All Trades (TV series)
Jack of All Trades is a half-hour-long syndicated action-comedy television series which ran for two seasons in 2000. With Cleopatra 2525, it formed the Back2Back Action Hour and both shows were notabl...
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Jack of all trades
Jack of all trades may refer to:
Domovoi
A domovoi or domovoy (Russian: домово́й; [dəmɐˈvoj]; literally, "[he] from the house") is a house spirit in Slavic folklore. The plural form in Russian can be transliterated domoviye or domovye (w...
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National Leprechaun Museum
The National Leprechaun Museum is a museum dedicated to leprechauns which has operated between Jervis Street and Middle Abbey Street (on 1 Jervis Street) in Dublin, Ireland, since 10 March 2010. It cl...
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Jack the Giant Killer
"Jack the Giant Killer" is a Cornish/British fairy tale and legend about a plucky lad who slays a number of giants during King Arthur's reign. The tale is characterised by violence, gore and blood-let...
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Rokurokubi
The rokurokubi (ろくろ首, 轆轤首) is a type of Japanese yōkai. There are two types, the ones whose necks stretch, and the ones whose heads come off and fly around freely. They often appear in classical kaida...
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Pukwudgie
A Pukwudgie is a 2-to-3-foot-tall (61 to 91 cm) being from the Wampanoag folklore. Pukwudgies' features resemble those of a human, but with enlarged noses, fingers and ears. Their skin is describ...
Little Jack Horner
"Little Jack Horner" is a popular English language nursery rhyme. It has the Roud Folk Song Index number of 13027.
The most common modern lyrics are:The melody commonly associated with the rhyme w...
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