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 The definition(s) of "sprite" (sorry English isn't my native language)

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PostSubject: The definition(s) of "sprite" (sorry English isn't my native language)   July 24th 2015, 5:57 am

The definition(s) of "sprite" (sorry English isn't my native language):

From Google Translate I got this:

Definitions of sprite

noun - an elf or fairy.

"In England the hobgoblin was as helpful a sprite as the brownie and was also known as Robin Goodfellow or Puck."

synonyms: fairy, elf, pixie, imp, brownie, puck, peri, leprechaun, nymph, sylph, naiad

noun - a computer graphic that may be moved on-screen and otherwise manipulated as a single entity.

"It was a CD for kids, which used cartoon sprites to teach basic computing skills."

noun - a faint flash, typically red, sometimes emitted in the upper atmosphere over a thunderstorm owing to the collision of high-energy electrons with air molecules.

"Occurring in the middle of the atmosphere, red sprites look like the stems of carrots, while blue jets are small streaks of light with flared ends like the horn of trumpet."

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Well, since English isn't my native language, I "learned" the English word "sprite" by means of video games & MUGEN, before video games & MUGEN, I didn't know about this English word "sprite".  Google Translate offers some more meanings of it and it makes me surprised that "sprite" also means a "fairy, elf, pixie"!!! Surprised 

Asides from that, I think most people have gotten this one already yes :
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