A diminutive human being, small in stature due to a pathological condition which causes a distortion of the proportions of body parts to each other, such as the limbs, torso, and head. A person of unusually small height who has normal body proportions is usually called a midget.
A small, usually misshapen person, typically a man, who may have magical powers; mythical dwarves were often depicted as living underground in caves.
Short, stocky and bearded. Often live underground. Good at fighting, mining and masonry. Bad at swimming. Like beer and gold. Hate water when gathered in anything larger than a puddle. Grumpy
a legendary creature resembling a tiny old man; lives in the depths of the earth and guards buried treasure
make appear small by comparison; "This year's debt dwarves that of last year"
a short and stout creature that resembles a human
a short humanoid creature in Norse mythology , fairy tale s, fantasy fiction and role-playing games
a short little creature but do not underestimate their short stature for they are also easy to anger
a long lived fantasy race of short humanoids, usually with long beards and an even longer stubborn streak.
A dwarf is a short, stocky humanoid creature in Norse mythology as well as other Germanic mythologies, fairy tales, fantasy fiction and role-playing games.
In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, dwarves are a humanoid race, one of the primary races available for play as player characters. Most dwarves are renowned for their distrust of magic, and for their skill as axe-wielding warriors and blacksmiths, with the exception of their Underdark-dwelling cousins: the evil, psychic Duergar.