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[[File:Cicely-mary-barker-other-miscellaneous-works-elves-and-fairies-postcards-a-joy-ride.jpg|thumb|324px|Little elves]]An '''elf''' (plural elves) is a being of Germanic mythology. The elves were originally thought of as a race of divine beings endowed with magical powers, which they use for both the benefit and injury of mankind. In medieval Norse mythology, they appear to have been divided into light elves and dark elves, difficult to delineate from the gods on one hand and the dwarves on the other.
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[[File:Cicely-mary-barker-other-miscellaneous-works-elves-and-fairies-postcards-a-joy-ride.jpg|thumb|324px|Little elves]]An '''elf''' (plural elves) is a being from Germanic mythology. The elves were originally thought of as a race of divine beings endowed with magical powers, which they use for both the benefit and injury of mankind. In medieval Norse mythology, they appear to have been divided into light elves and dark elves, difficult to delineate from the gods on one hand and the dwarves on the other.
 
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Little elves

An elf (plural elves) is a being from Germanic mythology. The elves were originally thought of as a race of divine beings endowed with magical powers, which they use for both the benefit and injury of mankind. In medieval Norse mythology, they appear to have been divided into light elves and dark elves, difficult to delineate from the gods on one hand and the dwarves on the other.
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