One of the Ellefolk in Danish folklore. He appears as an old man wearing a low-crowned hat. He is often seen on the moors bathing himself in the sunbeams. If someone comes too close to him he will open his mouth and breathes upon that person, and his breath produces sickness and pestilence.
- Keightley, Thomas. (1892). Fairy Mythology: Illustrative of the Romance and Superstition of Various Countries. London: George Bells and Sons.