(In Irish mythology) a hobgoblin.
- I mean, a banshee, a pooka and leprechauns sure sound strange to me.
- He's a pooka,’ some kind of wise trickster god of, I believe, Irish origin.
- And the magic world of pisreogs and pookas come alive as the teller weaves her magic spell in a place where words are gifts to be given away.
From Irish púca.
Words that rhyme with pookabazooka, euchre, farruca, lucre, palooka, rebuker, snooker, Stuka, verruca
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