Kelpie

Kelpie, or water kelpie, is the Scots name given to a water being inhabiting the lochs and pools of Scotland. It has usually been described as appearing as a horse, but is able to adopt human form. Some accounts state that the kelpie retains its hooves when appearing as a human, leading to its association with the Christian idea of Satan as allude...
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Kelpie

• (n.) Alt. of Kelpy
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kelpie

noun an Australian sheepdog with pointed ears
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Kelpie

Celtic Mythology) - A water horse with ghostly trappings. Sometimes appears as a beautiful woman. Not to be trusted.
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Kelpie

Deadly shape-shifting water horse
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Kelpie

In Scottish folklore a Kelpie is a water spirit, goblin, or demon whose special activity consists in drowning travellers.
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kelpie

In Scottish folklore, a water spirit in the form of a shaggy horse (sometimes a man) who appears as a warning to those destined to be drowned. He sometimes entices travellers to ride on his back,...
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Kelpie

In Scottish mythology, a Kelpie is a being sometimes described as having the appearance of a man, and in that guise wooing maidens; and at other times resembling a shaggy horse. It is associated with the sea and with rivers, and was believed to proclaim the fate of those about to be drowned.
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kelpie

mischievous water spirit
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Kelpie

Sheep dog or cattle dog.
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Kelpie

The kelpie, also called the Australian kelpie, is a breed of dog developed in Australia for herding sheep. The dog may weigh more than 14 kg, and the male stands about 50 centimetres at the shoulder. The ears are erect; the short coat is usually black or black and tan. The ancestors of the kelpie include the border collie and, probably, the dingo.
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kelpie

[n] - an Australian sheepdog with pointed ears
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