pooka
1. noun
a) A fairy that appears in animal form, often large. It appears only to some people.

The pooka had befriended the kindly old man.

b) A convenient storage location or hiding spot created by the arrangement or form of surrounding objects
2. verb
The act of storing an object in a pooka

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