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( 6) Ogre Horn
|An ogre (feminine: ogress) is a large, cruel and hideous humanoid monster, featured in mythology, folklore and fiction. Ogres are often depicted in fairy tales and folklore as feeding on human beings, and have appeared in many classic works of literature. In art, ogres are often depicted with a large head, abundant hair and beard, a voracious appetite, and a strong body. The term is often applied in a metaphorical sense to disgusting persons who exploit, brutalize or devour their victims.|
|"Though their body and gait are like to a man, nathless ogres are thin of wit, and lack of cunning, and speak no words but gruntings and lowings. Yet, as much as kind taketh from them in wit, it rewardeth them with quantity of body. Wherefore though he be high of body he is weak of virtue, and his heart is tarred with woodness."|
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