Elfin may refer to:

People and created works

* Elfin of Alt Clut, ruler of Alt Clut, seventh century Scotland
* "The Elfin Knight", traditional Scottish folk ballad
* "Elfin Dance", piano composition
* "The Elfin Ship", part of a Balumnia Trilogy by James Blaylock
* "The Elfin Pedlar and Tales Told by the Pixie Pool", publication by Helen Adam
* "Elfin Song", book by Florence Harrison
* Elfin Japanese name for Echo out of 'The Peace Keepers' Super Nintendo game

Animals, plants, and ecosystems

* Elfin-woods Warbler, Puerto Rican bird.
* Elfin forests, informal name given to ecosystems hosting tiny living organisms.
* Elfin Oak, 900 year old tree stump in Kensington Gardens, London
* Super Elfin, a flower, a Busy Lizzie cultivar of Impatiens
*One of several species of American butterfly:
** San Bruno elfin butterfly
** Frosted Elfin
** Eastern Pine Elfin
** Western Pine Elfin
** Henry's Elfin

Places, businesses, and other

* Elfin Sports Cars, an Australian sports car manufacturer.
* Elfin Cove, Alaska
* Elfin Cove Seaplane Base

ee also

* Elf

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  • Elfin — MS8 Streamliner Elfin Cars Pty Ldt. ist ein australischer Sportwagenhersteller. Die Firma wurde 1957 von Garrie Cooper, einem erfolgreichen Championship Fahrer, gegründet. 1998 wurde Elfin von den Geschäftsmännern Bill Hemming und Nick Kovatch… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Elfin — Elf in ( [i^]n), a. Relating to elves. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Elfin — Elf in, n. A little elf or urchin. Shenstone. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • elfin — 1590s, from ELF (Cf. elf); first found in Spenser, who may have been thinking of ELVEN (Cf. elven) but the word also is a proper name in the Arthurian romances (Elphin) …   Etymology dictionary

  • elfin — [adj] mischievous; small delicate, devilish, disobedient, elfish, frolicsome, impish, little, minute, misbehaving, naughty, petite, playful, prankish, puckish, puny, rascally, slight, sprightly, tiny; concepts 401,545 …   New thesaurus

  • elfin — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ of or resembling an elf, especially in being small and delicate …   English terms dictionary

  • elfin — [elf′in] adj. [prob. < ME elvene, gen. pl.: see ELF] of or like an elf; tiny, delicate, etc. n. an elf …   English World dictionary

  • elfin — el|fin [ˈelfın] adj someone who looks elfin is small and delicate ▪ She had an elfin face and wide grey eyes …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • elfin — [[t]e̱lfɪn[/t]] ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n (approval) If you describe someone as elfin, you think that they are attractive because they are small and have delicate features. ...a little boy with an elfin face …   English dictionary

  • elfin — adjective someone who looks elfin is small and delicate: dark hair and a white elfin face …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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