Fairy Names E

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Each-Uisge / Ech-ooshkya
They are similar to the Kelpie, but far more dangerous. They inhabit lochs and seas and will eat their victims after tearing them into pieces, except for the liver, which they leave. If they are ridden inland, they are safe to ride, but if they catch the slightest whiff of the sea air… 

One of the uttuku, evil or vengeful spirits of the ancient Assyrians, the ekimmu appeared wailing and crying outside a home to signal an impending death, much like a Banshee. 

The name given to the Welsh elves. They are tiny, diaphanous fairies whose food is toads tools and fairy butter, a fungoid substance found in the roots of old trees and in limestone crevices. Their queen is Mab. 

In Scandinavian mythology the fairy people were elves and were divided into two classes, the light elves and the dark elves, like the Seelie and Unseelie Court. In Scotland the fairy people of human size were often called elves and Faery land was Elfame; in England it was the smaller Trooping Fay who were called elves, and the name was particularly applied to small fairy boys. 

He is the “Elf King” in Germany. He’s been known to warn people of their pending deaths. How he appears will relay to that person how he or she is going to die.


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