is a type of Leprechaun in Irish folklore, usually taking the form of an old man, clad in a pants suit the same color and tone of his skin. A Kedral has a constant, ever present triangular shaped smile and enjoys partaking in mischievous activities and eating anything with a similar shape to his mouth hole.
Son: "oh look over there at that Leprachaun!"

Dad: "No Son that is a Keydral, look at the way he is smiling."

Dad and son look at each other with the same triangular mouths.
by bentle September 23, 2011

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