A type of solitary fairy, about two feet high, with broad shoulders, and very strong. He helps farmers in harvesting, treshing, and other tasks, but takes offense if any recompense is offered to him.
- The Ulster Journal of Archaeology. Vol. 7. (1859). Belfast: Archer & Sons, p. 133.
- Wright, J. (1900). The English dialect dictionary. Vol. 2. London: H. Frowde.