little people

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little people

or

little folk

pl n
(European Myth & Legend) folklore small supernatural beings, such as elves, pixies, or leprechauns

lit′tle peo`ple


n.pl.
1. (in folklore) small, imaginary beings, as elves, fairies, or leprechauns.
2. the common people, esp. workers, small merchants, or the like, who lead conventional, presumably unremarkable lives.
3. small children.
4. midgets or dwarfs.
[1720–30]
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