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ELF in English
very low-frequency electromagnetic radiation emitted by electrical appliances small mischievous creature (also about a child); fairy, sprite, gnome (Folklore)

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ELF in Greek
δαιμόνιο, νάνος, ξωτικό

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ELF in Chinese (s)
elf, 极低频, 电器散发的低电磁辐射频率 小精灵; 淘气鬼; 矮人

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ELF in Chinese (t)
小精靈; 淘氣鬼; 矮人 極低頻

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ELF in Arabic
أي أل أف, أشعاع ألكترومغناطيسي ذو تردد منخفض جدا تصدره الأدوات الكهربائية قزم, جني صغير

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ELF in Spanish
elf (Abrev.) Extremely Low Frequency: frecuencia extremadamente baja - emisión a muy baja frecuencia; emisión de rayos electromagnéticos de aparatos eléctricos a baja frecuencia duende, elfo

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ELF in Russian
эльф, карлик, проказник (о ребенке)

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ELF in Dutch
lage frekwentie uitvoer; lage elektromagnetische frekwentie uitvoer van elektrische apparatuur klein speels wezentje (ook mbt een kind); fee, elf, kabouter (Folklore)

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ELF in Portuguese
emissão de freqüência muito baixa, emissão de radiação eletromagnética em baixa freqüência de aparelhos elétricos elfo, gnomo, duende (nas histórias infantis); demônio, capeta (também em relação a uma criança)

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ELF in Turkish
ELF, elektrikli aletler tarafından yayılan çok düşük frekanslı elektromanyetik radyasyon cin, peri; cin gibi çocuk; yaramaz çocuk; cüce, ufak tefek kimse

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ELF in Italian
(inform.) emissione a bassissima frequenza, emissione di radiazioni elettromagnetiche a bassa frequenza da strumenti elettrici (Mitol) elfo, folletto; fata, fatina; nano

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ELF in French
elfe, génie; ELF=très basse fréquence, émission à très basse fréquence, émission de radiation électromagnétique à basse fréquence d'appareils électriques (informatique) elfe, génie du folklore scandinave symbolisant les phénomènes atmosphérique; lutin, esprit; gnome

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ELF in German
besonders niedrige Frequenz, niedrige Frequenz elektromagnetischer Strahlung,die von Elektrogeräten ausgeht kleine bösartige Person (auch über Kinder); Elf, Kobold, Knirps, Zwerg (Märchenfiguren)

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ELF in Japanese
電化製品からの極低周波の電磁波; 極低周波 腕白小僧, いたずら坊主; 小妖精, 小人(昔話)

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ELF in Hebrew
פליטה בתדר נמוך מאוד, פליטת קרינה אלקטרומגנטית בתדר נמוך ממכשירים חשמליים שדון (גם לגבי ילד); בן-לילית, גמד, אלף (בספרי פנטזיה רבים

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ELF in Korean
꼬마 요정; 꼬마, 장난꾸러기

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ELF in Swedish
Extremt låg frekvens, väldigt lågfrekvens elektromagnetisk strålning från husgeråd m.m. smådjävul (även om pojke); alf (i berättelser)

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ELF in English
Extremely Low Frequency (30 - 300 Hz)

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Extremely Low Frequency

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elf
\elf\ (&ebreve;lf), n.; pl. elves (&ebreve;lvz). [as. ?lf, ylf; akin to mhg. alp, g. alp nightmare, incubus, icel. ālfr elf, sw. alf, elfva; cf. skr. &rsdot;bhu skillful, artful, rabh to grasp. cf. auf, oaf.]
1. an imaginary supernatural being, commonly a little sprite, much like a fairy; a mythological diminutive spirit, supposed to haunt hills and wild places, and generally represented as delighting in mischievous tricks. every elf, and fairy sprite, hop as light as bird from brier.
2. a very diminutive person; a dwarf.
elf
arrow, a flint arrowhead; -- so called by the english rural folk who often find these objects of prehistoric make in the fields and formerly attributed them to fairies; -- called also elf bolt, elf dart, and elf shot
elf
child, a child supposed to be left by elves, in room of one they had stolen. see changeling.
elf
fire, the ignis fatuus.
elf
owl (zo?l.), a small owl (micrathene whitneyi) of southern california and arizona.
elf
\elf\, v. t. to entangle mischievously, as an elf might do. elf all my hair in knots.
elf
n
1. (folklore) fairies that are somewhat mischievous [syn: hob, gremlin, pixie, pixy, brownie, imp]


2. below 3 kilohertz [syn: extremely low frequency, elf]



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 elf arrow 
 elf fire 
 elf owl 
 elf dart 
 elf shot 
 elf child 
 elf bolt 

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Extra Low Frequency

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Black Belt Systems Extended Layer File
Tasklink for Windows Machine Control Executable and Linking Format
Electronic Application Form File


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ELF may be:
Science
  • Electron localization function, a concept in quantum mechanics
  • Extremely low frequency, the band of radio frequencies from 3 to 300 Hertz

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An elf (plural: elves) is a type of supernatural being in Germanic mythology and folklore. Early elves, whose description depends almost entirely on Norse mythology texts, were a race of beings with magical skills, ambivalent towards humans and capable of either helping or hindering them. But Christianized societies were viewing elves in increasingly sinister light. In Anglo-Saxon England as early as the 10th century, Old English medical books attest to elves afflicting humans and livestock by "elf-shots". The German elf or alp was seen as an "" of people in medical books, but already in the High Middle Ages there were prayers warding against it as the agent causing nightmares, and eventually for the alp its identity as nightmare spirits became predominant. In English literature of the Elizabethan era, "elves" became conflated with the "fairies" of Romance culture, so that the two terms began to be used interchangeably. Romanticist writers were influenced by this (particularly Shakespearean) notion of the "elf," and reimported the word Elf in that context into the German language.

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In computing, the Executable and Linkable Format (ELF, formerly called Extensible Linking Format) is a common standard file format for executables, object code, shared libraries, and core dumps. First published in the  System V Application Binary Interface specification, and later in the Tool Interface Standard, it was quickly accepted among different vendors of Unix systems. In 1999 it was chosen as the standard binary file format for Unix and Unix-like systems on x86 by the 86open project.

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Executable and Linking Format +

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Noun
1. below 3 kilohertz
(synonym) extremely low frequency
(hypernym) radio frequency
(part-holonym) electromagnetic spectrum
Noun
1. (folklore) fairies that are somewhat mischievous
(synonym) hob, gremlin, pixie, pixy, brownie, imp
(hypernym) fairy, faery, faerie, sprite
(hyponym) leprechaun
(classification) folklore


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Extremely Low Frequency

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luacharachán m., siabhra m.

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Elf = n. elementary principle

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PARNALL Elf L1P L

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That portion of the radio frequency spectrum from 30 to 3000 hertz.

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Extremely Low Frequency


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Electronic Location Finder

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Extremly Low Frequency

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Extremely Low Frequency

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(v. t.)
To entangle mischievously, as an elf might do.
   (pl. )
of Elves
   (n.)
An imaginary supernatural being, commonly a little sprite, much like a fairy; a mythological diminutive spirit, supposed to haunt hills and wild places, and generally represented as delighting in mischievous tricks.
   (n.)
A very diminutive person; a dwarf.
  

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A house elf who tries to prevent Harry from returning to Hogwarts for his second year.
Origin:
Dobby - A very old English name for a benevolent elf who would anonymously perform household tasks in the night, like the elves and the shoemaker. Small creatures which live deep in the Forbidden Forest where they hold midnight feasts and play pranks on the lost passerby. They are actually very nice despite their tricky nature. Small creatures which work as servants in some wizard homes; they can only be set free when the master offers the elf a piece of clothing. The Society for Promotion of Elfish Welfare; Organization founded by Hermione to stop House Elf abuse [4].

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to tie hair into knots

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The Elder Children of Ilúvatar.
The first Elves awoke by Cuiviénen, the Water of Awakening in the far east of Middle-earth, long Ages before the Rising of the Sun or Moon. Unlike Men, the Elves were not subject to illness or death, and at the time of the Lord of the Rings, there were still at least two Elves in Aman who had awoken by Cuiviénen in the first days; Ingwë, Lord of the Vanyar, and Olwë, brother of King Elu Thingol.
Origins and Early History: In the far eastern land of Cuiviénen, on the shores of the Inland Sea of Helcar and beneath the mountains of the Orocarni, the Elves awoke under the starlight of the Years of the Trees. The Valar at first knew nothing of their coming, but they were soon discovered by the spies of Melkor, who sent his creatures to watch them and harrass them.
How long they existed in this perilous and unprotected state is not known, but the legends of those times, of the Hunter and of a dark Rider, were preserved in Valinor by the Eldar that came there. It is known that many of the ancient Elves were captured by Melkor and imprisoned in Utumno - it is generally thought that these hapless beings were the origins of the race of Orcs.
The Valar discovered that the Elves had awoken when Oromë, hunting in the lands of Middle-earth, heard their singing voices. He named them Eldar, the People of the Stars, but the Elves' own name for their kind was Quendi, those who speak with voices. Because of the horrors of Melkor, many of the Elves were at first suspicious of the Vala, but (after briefly returning to Valinor to tell the other Valar of his discovery) he remained with them and protected them for a time.
Concerned for the safety of the Elves in Middle-earth, which was at that time under the control of Melkor, the Valar left Valinor and made war against the Dark Lord: this was the Battle of the Powers, which saw Melkor taken as captive back to Valinor.
The Great Journey: After the defeat of Melkor, the Valar debated the fate of the Elves - whether they should be left to dwell in Middle-earth, or brought to Valinor to be kept under the direct protection of the Valar. It was decided to bring them to the land of the Valar, and Oromë was sent back to Cuiviénen to summon them.
When he returned, though, he found that the Elves feared the Valar, and were reluctant to make the journey. Three ambassadors were chosen, Ingwë, Finwë and Elwë, to travel to Aman with Oromë, and help the Elves decide on their course. These three were filled with awe by what they saw there, and by the light of the Two Trees, and counselled their people to follow the summons.
The followers of Ingwë, and most of the peoples of Finwë and Elwë agreed, and set out on the Great Journey westwards across the wide lands of Middle-earth. These were the peoples later known as the Three Kindreds, the Vanyar, the Noldor and the Teleri. Not all the Elves obeyed the summons; those who refused are known as Avari, the Unwilling.
Oromë led the peoples of the Three Kindreds out of the east of Middle-earth. The Vanyar were the least numerous, and the most eager to reach Aman, and they came first on the Journey, followed by the Noldor of Finwë.
The Teleri, led by Elwë and his brother Olwë, were the greatest host, and many were uncertain and doubtful. Not a few of these people left the Journey and remained in Middle-earth. The most notable of those who turned from the Journey were the Nandor, who were led away down the Vales of Anduin by Lenwë.
At last, the Vanyar and the Noldor reached the shores of the Great Sea, in the regions between the Bay of Balar and the Firth of Drengist (regions later known, at least for the most part, as the Falas). Ulmo brought a great island to the shores, and on it transported the Elves to Aman.
(Continued in Elves 2 - next entry).

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Abbreviation for extremely low frequency. Frequencies from 30 Hz to 300 Hz. (188 )

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Civil Biplane

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ELF in Greek
(Lex**) νεράιδα

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Ουσ. αερικό, ξωτικό Λεκτ. συν. αρκετά χαμηλή συχνότητα

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ELF in Esperanto
n. elfo, koboldo


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elfo

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ELF in Chinese (s)

[elf] n.小精灵,矮人,淘气鬼,恶作剧的人,恶人

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[elf] n.小精灵, 矮人, 淘气鬼, 恶作剧的人, 恶人
a small lively creature; also :a usually lively mischievous or malicious person
elf:imperious=??
恶人:专横的=??

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埃勒夫牌汽车 极低频

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[E] elf (n) [P] elfo (m) [C] 小精灵

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ELF in Interlingua
elf

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ELF in Arabic

N
جنى صغير قزم = شخص خبيث

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اسْم : جنّي صغير . قَزَم


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ألاسم

عِفْريت


ethar1@yahoo.com

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ELF in Visayan
duwende;enano

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ELF in Czech
skřítek

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ELF in Estonian
haldjas

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ELF in Indonesian
peri kecil

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peri/ jin
my child #05

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jin

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ELF in Spanish
elfo | duende Frente de Liberación de Tierras - organización ambientalista radical frecuencia muy baja

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(n.) = elfo, geniecillo.
Ex: Such speculations carried ad infinitum are given concrete form in giants, and the enchantments of elves and dwarfs, and the magic of runes and spells.
(n.) = elfo, geniecillo.
Ex: Such speculations carried ad infinitum are given concrete form in giants, and the enchantments of elves and dwarfs, and the magic of runes and spells.


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duende

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ELF in Russian
[n.] (pl. elves)
1)
[миф.] эльф
2) карлик
3) проказник

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(v) путать; спутать (n) карлик; крошка; малютка; пострел; проказник (0) фея; эльф

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эльф, карлик, проказник

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эльф

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= Extremely Low Frequency n. чрезвычайно низкая частота n. pl. elves 1. миф. эльф 2. карлик 3. проказник Syn: sprite

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ELF in Dutch
extreem lage frequentie

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ELF in Portuguese
elfo, gnomo, duende, trasgo
Livros de IK

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freqüências extremamente baixas (Extremely Low Frequency);
faixa de freqüências que vai de 30 a 300Hz.

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[magia] elfo

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ELF in Turkish
peri

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cin, peri

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çoğ. elves (elvz) i. cüce ve yaramaz cin.

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çoğ. elves (elvz) i. cüce ve yaramaz cin.

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peri

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ELF in Thai
nc. (พหูพจน์คือ elves) เอ็ลฟ (พบน้อย)
1. ปิศาจน้อย

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(เอลฟฺ) n.,เทพดานางไม้,ภูติหรือเทพดา(ของฝรั่ง)ที่มีรูปร่างเล็กอาศัยอยู่ตามป่าไม้,คนรูปร่างเล็ก,เด็กดื้อ,เด็กซน,คนเลว คำศัพท์ย่อย: elifish adj. ดูelf -pl. elves

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เทพยดาซึ่งท่องเที่ยวอยู่ในป่า

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ELF in Vietnamese

[elf]

◊ danh từ, số nhiều elves

▪ yêu tinh

▪ kẻ tinh nghịch

▪ người lùn, người bé tí hon



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ELF in Italian
Extremely Low Frequency

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ELF in Romanian
spiridus

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1. elf; gnom, spiridus, silf; zina
2. pitic
3. drac, impielitat, strengar
4. (om) necajit

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spiridus

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spiridus

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ELF in Catalan
s follet, nan

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ELF in Polish
(pl elves ) elf m

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ELF in French
elf, pl elves [elf, elvz] n Myth elfe m, lutin m, lutine f.

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ELF in Bulgarian
фея; самодива; джудже; елф;

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[elf] n 1. мит. елф, фея, горски дух; самодива; 2. дребосък, джуд

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[elf] n 1. мит. елф, фея, горски дух; самодива; 2. дребосък, джудже; 3. пакостниче.

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ELF in Croatian
vilenjak

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mali zlobni duh

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patuljak

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ELF in German
Kobold

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ELF in Persian
طوقه

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جن‌، پري‌

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جن، پري

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جن ،پرى
 کلمات مرتبط(5)  کلمات مرتبط(elf):



بازگشت به واژه elf


elf-bolt 
elf-child 
 elf-dock 
elf-knot 
 elf-lock 



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جن‌ ، پري‌

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‎¤• ٹ ِ›

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ELF in Hungarian
összekócol

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tündér; tünde

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tündér,manó,törpe

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ELF in Hebrew
(ש"ע) אלף, עלף. רוח טבע במיתולוגיה הסקנדינבית.

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ELF in Serbian
Patuljak

Dictionary source: English Serbian Dictionary
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ELF in Mongolian
n. (pl elves ) анахай.

Dictionary source: Temuka's English-Mongolian Dictionary
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анахай, одой хүн, дүрсгүй хүн

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ELF in Swedish
alf, troll, byting, älva

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ELF in Urdu
n.
بھوت- پريت- بھتنا- جن- ديو- پري- بونا- ٹھنگنا- بالشتيہ
v. a.
بالوں کو الجھانا- لٹيں ڈالنا


Dictionary source: English-Urdu Dictionary v0.91b
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ELF in Slovak
škrat, palček, porednež

Dictionary source: Bidirectional English Slovenian Dictionary
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ELF in Ukrainian
(n) ельф; карлик

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