Retro Snow White Poster by Jerrod Maruyama.

retro Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs poster By Jerrod Maruyama Disney ;),Happiest Place On Earth,Snow,

=-O Seriously, Supernatural not just entertainment - you also learn things... hello? James Lipton's "An Exaltation of Larks" anyone? What? I'm also a word nerd. Sue me.

Supernatural Collective Nouns

The Stoakes-Whibley Natural Index of Supernatural Collective Nouns -- some of these I would use, but I prefer a skulk of vampires, a mischief of fairies, and a soirée of mermaids.

Well, this has me wondering. Did T-Rex dinos jump instead of run? Can you imagine, at the size they were?

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In Germanic mythology, a dwarf or dwerrow (Old English: dweorg;[1] Old Norse: dvergr;[2] Old High German: twerc, twerg;[3] among other forms;[4] plural "dwarves" or "dwarfs") is a being that dwells in mountains and in the earth, and is associated with wisdom, smithing, mining, and crafting. Dwarves are also described as short and ugly, although some scholars have questioned whether this is a later development stemming from comical portrayals of the beings.[5]

Dwarf (Germanic mythology) (Role Playing Games) - I wanna be one.

(Art by Victor P Corbella) Eloko (plural: Bikolo) Origins-Mongo tribe (Congo) Zaire Habitat- Rainforest Dwarf/trolls Eloko (pl, Biloko) is a term in a Mongo-Nkundo language referring to a kind of dwarf-like creature that lives in the forests. They...

(Art by Victor P Corbella) Eloko (plural: Bikolo) Origins-Mongo tribe (Congo) Zaire Habitat- Rainforest Dwarf/trolls Eloko (pl, Biloko) is a term in a Mongo-Nkundo language referring to a kind of dwarf-like creature that lives in the forests.

I wasn’t dating frogs with prince potential. In fact, I was dating Disney dwarves, or whatever the plural is. How about dwarf-asses?

I wasn’t dating frogs with prince potential. In fact, I was dating Disney dwarves, or whatever the plural is. How about dwarf-asses?

When the movie was released, it was generally accepted that the correct plural form of “dwarf” was “dwarfs”. J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Hobbit” (published a year earlier) and later “Lord of the Rings” gradually popularized the uncommon variant “dwarves”, so that the dwarfs in this movie are today often erroneously referred to as “dwarves” and the title even given as “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves”.

One of only two personally produced Walt Disney feature-length animated films not to carry the screen credit “Walt Disney Presents”. Instead, the first credit reads “A Walt Disney Feature Production” (since it was Disney’s first feature-length film).

According to Tolkien, the "real, historical" plural of "dwarf" is "dwarrows" or "dwerrows." He referred to "dwarves" as "a piece of private bad grammar." Despite Tolkien's fondness for it, the form dwarrow only appears in his writing as Dwarrowdelf, a name for Moria.

This piece by Tolkien scholar Michael Martinez attempts to shed some light on the ultimate source of the ancient enmity between elves and dwarves.

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