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Definitions of lurdan in various dictionaries:
noun - a lazy or stupid person
LURDAN - The lubber fiend, Lob, lubberkin, lurdane or Lob Lie-By-The-Fire was a legendary creature of English folklore that was similar in attributes to the "...
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Run lad (anag.), dull person|
|Last Seen in these Crosswords & Puzzles|
|Nov 14 2009 The Telegraph - Quick|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Alternative spelling of lurdane.|
|an idle or incompetent person.|
|An idle or incompetent person.|
|Lurdan might refer to|
The Lubber fiend, Lob, lubberkin, lurdane or Lob Lie-By-The-Fire was a legendary creature of English folklore that was similar in attributes to the "brownie" (or "Urisk") of Scotland and northern England, the "hob" of northern England and the Scottish Borders, the Slavic "domovoi" and Scandinavian "tomte". It has been related also to Robin Goodfellow, and Hobgoblins. It is best known for being mentioned by John Milton. It is generally connected with the north of England.|
* He is typically described as a large, hairy man with a tail, who performs housework in exchange for a saucer of milk and a place in front of the fire. One story claims he is the giant son of a witch and the Devil.
* He is a very similar figure to Robin Goodfellow, a.k.a. Puck.
* The abbey lubber is a minor demon that haunts the wine cellars and kitchens of abbeys, tempting the monks into drunkenness, gluttony and lasciviousness. The best known abbey lubber tale is that of Friar Rush.