From the revelation that Michael was a “presexual” to his belief that leprechauns are real, Abby Haglage speed-reads Untouchable.
He idolized Ireland and believed—wholeheartedly—in leprechauns.
“He loves the whole idea of leprechauns and the magic and myths of Ireland,” said an unidentified source.
In fact, he is currently polling better than leprechauns and unicorns.
“Be on the lookout for leprechauns,” he said to Prince, Paris, and Blanket when they arrived in Ireland for a vacation in 2006.
But then how are we to account for the little red-dressed men and women and the leprechauns?
He would stand by the lake and call to the leprechauns to take him away.
An' so you don't b'lieve there's sich things as leprechauns, don't ye?
But Snockerty was of the stripe of trolls, leprechauns, pucks, and hobgoblins.
“On the high road overlooking the Glen of the leprechauns, on a starlit night before the moon came up,” said Padna.
c.1600, from Irish lupracan, metathesis from Old Irish luchorpan literally "a very small body," from lu "little" (from PIE *legwh- "having little weight;" see light (adj.)) + corpan, diminutive of corp "body," from Latin corpus "body" (see corporeal). Commonly spelled lubrican in 17c. English. Leithbragan is Irish folk etymology, from leith "half" + brog "brogue," because the spirit was "supposed to be always employed in making or mending a single shoe."