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el·ven

 (ĕl′vən)
adj.
Relating to or suggestive of an elf.

[Middle English elven, an elf (introduced into Modern English in the works of J.R.R. Tolkien in such compounds as Elvenking, king of the Elves), from Old English -elfen (as in wuduelfen, dryad); see albho- in Indo-European roots.]
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