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Myths and Legends
The Boy and the River
A story often of supernatural character, which is not based on fact usually, told to conveying a moral.
A truth based on accurate information or thing known to have occurred
Mythical small being with magical powers
Circular band of darker grass with mushrooms or toadstools attributed to the dancing of fairies.
Tale about fairies, mythical creatures or strange happenings.
Reliance or trust in something without proof
Animals that were close to witches and assisted them or were thought to provide them with powers.
Imaginary invention or dream not based on fact.
1. What will happen or has happened to somebody their destiny. 2. A power that is thought to make something happen.
State of alarm or painful emotion brought about by the idea of coming danger.
Something that is very frightening or awful, especially in looks.
Large sumptuous meal enjoyed by a number of people, often related to a festival.
Brave or noteworthy act involving bravery, high ability or strength.
Low marshy or flooded area of land.
Inhabitant of the fens.
Very fierce, savage or cruel.
Feast day or celebration.
Lasting hostility between two or more people or groups of people.
Medieval system of government arising from the holding of lands, where a master or overlord is the landholder.
Evil spirit or person that is wicked or cruel in their actions.
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