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 Keha’ma.Kelso Convoy (A). 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Kelpie or Kelpy.
 
A spirit of the waters in the form of a horse, in Scottish mythology. Not unlike the Irish Phooka. (See FAIRY.)   1
        “Every lake has its Kelpie or Water-horse, often seen by the shepherd sitting upon the brow of a rock, dashing along the surface of the deep, or browsing upon the pasture on its verge.”—Graham: Sketches of Perthshire.
 


 Keha’ma.Kelso Convoy (A). 

 
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