halfling

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halfling

(ˈhɑːflɪŋ)
n
1. (Peoples) a person who is only half-grown
2. (European Myth & Legend)
a. (in the works of Tolkien) an imaginary creature that is half the size of a person
b. (as modifier): the halfling folk.
3. (European Myth & Legend) (as modifier): the halfling folk.
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Young Fenn Halflin has spent his life hidden in his grandfather's shack until he learns the truth about his past.
One older male gives halflin for a small to medium haddock, while a middle aged woman and an older man give seed for the same stage.