Definition of Kobolds

1. Noun. (plural of kobold) ¹



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Definition of Kobolds

1. kobold [n] - See also: kobold

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kobolds

koanlike
koans
koaps
koas
koashvite
kob
koba
koban
kobang
kobangs
kobans
kobellite
kobo
kobold
kobolds (current term)
kobos
kobs
kobza
kobzar
kobzari
kobzars
kobzas
kochari
kocher fracture
kochite
kochkarite
kodachi
kodak
kodaks

Literary usage of Kobolds

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1. The Fairy Mythology: Illustrative of the Romance and Superstition of Various by Thomas Keightley (1905)
"... kobolds.« Von Kobolt sang die Amme mir Von Kobolt sing1 Ich wieder. Voie HALE«. Of Kobold sang my nurse to mo ; Of Kobold I too sing. ..."

2. Heroes and Heroines of Fiction, Classical Mediæval, Legendary: Classical by William Shepard Walsh (1915)
"When we accuse our servants of betraying the respectable laws of the cordon bleu we are often wrong; it may all be the fault of the kobolds. ..."

3. Demonology and Devil-lore by Moncure Daniel Conway (1879)
"Shadows—Night Deities—kobolds—Walpurgisnacht—Night as Abettor of Evil-doers—Nightmare—Dreams—Invisible Foes—Jacob and his Phantom—Nott—The Prince of ..."

4. In Troubadour-land: A Ramble in Provence and Languedoc by Sabine Baring-Gould (1891)
"... Craus—Canal of Craponne—Climate of the Crau—The Bise and Mistral—Force of the wind— Cypresses—A vision of kobolds. leaving Marseilles by train for Arles ..."

5. Northern Mythology: Comprising the Principal Popular Traditions and by Benjamin Thorpe (1852)
"I told you yesterday that the old woman rode on a grey horse ; but that 's not true ; she rode only on her grey cat." kobolds, OR GOBLINS. ..."

6. Ghost Land; Or, Researches Into the Mysteries of Occultism: Illustrated in a by William Britten, Emma Hardinge Britten (1897)
"INVOCATIONS—ELEMENTARIES—PLANETARIES—MIRRORS AND CRYSTALS kobolds—FARIES SPIRITUALISM AS FOUND IN SCOTCH HIGHLANDS. No page of retrospect in my fateful ..."

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