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proper noun idrat idrat pl. idráit
[id̪ɾat̪]* 
name of a spirit-being
(culture-specific)
 Edievian
 ⤷ Not dialect specific
  ⤷ Neutral
Etymology
 Edievian: idaer
Notes
Creatures that live between the cracks in tree bark. They are generally unpleasant to deal with, and like to irritate and mess with travelers that stray near their homes. Idráit are often blamed for all sorts of lost items or random breakages. They will be kind to those are are kind to their homes; watering and protecting a tree that is home to an idrat will garner its protection as well.
* Pronunciation of this word was estimated based on phonology/orthography
↺ 16 December 2018, 18:08

Synonyms (3)? Based on the same wordlink. Showing max of 5.
 name of a spirit-being (culture-specific)proper noungededimanc
 name of a spirit-being (culture-specific)proper noungascramblen
 name of a spirit-being (culture-specific)proper nounolobec
Homonyms (0)
No known homonyms.
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