Description: WebA fairy (also fay, fae, fey, fair folk, or faerie) is a type of mythical being or legendary creature found in the folklore of multiple European cultures (including Celtic, Slavic, Germanic, and French folklore), a form of spirit, often described as metaphysical, supernatural, or …
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Description: Webnoun fa· er· ie ˈfā- (ə-)rē ˈfer-ē variants or less commonly faery plural faeries Synonyms of faerie 1 : fairyland 2 : fairy sense 1 faery adjective Synonyms brownie dwarf elf fairy fay gnome goblin gremlin hobgoblin kobold leprechaun pixie pixy puck sprite troll See all Synonyms & Antonyms in Thesaurus Examples of faerie in a Sentence
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Description: WebFairy, a mythical being of folklore and romance usually having magic powers and dwelling on earth in close relationship with humans. It can appear as a dwarf creature typically having green clothes and hair, living underground or in stone heaps, and characteristically exercising magic powers to.
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Description: WebAlso known as Faeries, they are supernatural creatures who appear to be as ancient as any Pagan deity. The Fae manifest during pivotal points in one’s life and live in liminal places (an area where two worlds connect, like a forest).
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Description: Webthe imaginary land of the fairies; First recorded in 1580–90; spelling variant of fa·ër·y faecal faeces faena Faeroe Islands
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Description: WebFairyland (Faerie, Scottish Elfame, c.f. Old Norse Álfheimr) in English and Scottish folklore is the fabulous land or abode of fairies or fays. Old French faierie (Early Modern English faerie) referred to an illusion or enchantment, the land of the faes.
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Description: WebJul 1, 2023 · 2.3 Noun 2.3.1 Derived terms English [ edit] The Faerie Queene, as depicted in 1788. Alternative forms [ edit] færie (archaic, nonstandard) faërie Etymology [ edit] A deliberately archaic spelling of fairy (attested since the 1300s in spellings like fairye, fayre ), based on Old French faerie, used in 1590 by Edmund Spenser in the Faerie Queene .
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Description: WebFairies, particularly those of Irish, English, Scottish and Welsh folklore, have been classified in a variety of ways. Classifications – which most often come from scholarly analysis, and may not always accurately reflect local traditions – typically focus on behavior or physical characteristics.  Early classifications of fairies
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Description: WebAside from being a name for Eldamar in Tolkien's mythology, faërie or faery is an archaic and scholarly term originating in 1590 A.D. that can refer to "fairy-land", figuratively or in general, to fairies themselves from folklore, or to a concept of fantastical storytelling.
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Description: WebFaeries: An Overview Background Fairy People Origin of the Faeries Types of Fairies Origin of the Faeries Fairy comes from the Old French word faerie. The word has been overused to describe a supernatural being. There is a great deal of difference in classifying a being as a fairy from the medieval literature and […]
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