Fairy synonyms

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An inclination or tendency of a specified kind:
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A member of the division of the Girl Scouts for girls six to eight years of age
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Alternative spelling of pixie.
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(US slang) A white person.
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A small child or being, esp. a mischievous one
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An imaginary sea creature with the head and upper body of a beautiful woman and the tail of a fish
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A device, either mechanical or electronic, that makes a piercingly loud sound as an alarm or signal, or the sound from such a device.
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A woman of great charm or fascination.
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(Theol. --- proper) The chief evil spirit, a supernatural being subordinate to, and the foe of, God, and the tempter of human beings; Satan: typically depicted as a man with horns, a tail, and cloven feet
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(Idiomatic, British folklore) A strange light that attracts travellers from pathways into dangerous marshes or graveyards.
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(Mythology) A spirit; a soul; a shade; also, an apparition.
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(Zoroastrianism) A supernatural entity of disagreeable nature.
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A grotesque elfin creature of folklore, thought to work mischief or evil.
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An object or a source of fear, dread, or harassment; a bugbear:
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A divinity presiding over forests and trees; a wood nymph.
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(Greek mythology) A female follower of Dionysus, associated with intense reveling.
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A young girl, especially one who inspires lustful feelings.
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A priestess or female votary of Bacchus.
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A girl or woman swimmer
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Air Niugini
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(Greek Mythology) One of the sea nymphs, the 50 daughters of Nereus.
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(Celt. Folklore) A water spirit, supposed to take the form of a horse and drown people
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A slim, graceful woman or girl.
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A supernatural creature who does one's bidding when summoned.
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Alternative form of jinn.
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(Proper) Robin Goodfellow: Puck appears as a character in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream
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(Obs.) A shoot or graft
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(Archaic or dialectal) A man who practises witchcraft.
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The male equivalent of witch.
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(Celt. Folklore) A female spirit believed to wail outside a house as a warning that a death will occur soon in the family
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A person believed to have been transformed into a wolf or to be capable of assuming the form of a wolf.
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A person who is felt to be particularly cruel, brutish, or hideous.
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(Heraldry) A roundel sable.
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A male given name, also ascribed to spirits and angels in English literature.
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A mischievous sprite in English folklore; Puck.
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(Eng. Folklore, person, proper) A fairy queen who controls people's dreams
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A satellite of Uranus.
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(Astronomy): The largest satellite of the planet Uranus.
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An evil supernatural being; a devil.
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(Computers) A program or process that runs in the background but remains inactive until invoked.
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A female demon supposed to descend upon and have sexual intercourse with a man while he sleeps.
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(Folklore) One of the undead that wanders at night to suck the blood of its human victims
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(Greek Mythology) A monster represented as a serpent with the head and breasts of a woman that ate children and sucked the blood from men.
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A person who derives pleasure from loathsome acts or things
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(Gr. Myth.) Any of several hideous, filthy, rapacious winged monsters with the head and trunk of a woman and the tail, legs, and talons of a bird
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(Person, proper) In Homer's Odyssey, an enchantress who turns men into swine
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Something (as an institution, idea, or individual) conceived as an autonomous creative force or decisive power.
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An attendant spirit often in animal form.
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An unseen ghost which makes noises and causes disruption, especially by causing physical objects to move or fly about.
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A song whose parts are sung in succession; a catch; a round.
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A legendary being, supposed to be short, usually bearded men who inhabit the inner parts of the earth, and act as guardians of mines, treasure, etc.
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A small imaginary creature humorously blamed for the faulty operation of airplanes or the disruption of any procedure
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(Ir. Folklore) A fairy in the form of a little old man who can reveal a buried crock of gold to anyone who catches him
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A gnome in mines and other underground places
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1835, Joseph Rodman Drake, The Culprit Fay, 1899, The Culprit Fa[y], page 4,
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One who visits; a guest; a visitor.
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Alternative spelling of ifrit.
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A goblin in English folklore, often appearing in the shape of a large dog and believed to portend imminent death or misfortune.
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In Persian mythology, a beautiful and benevolent supernatural being or fairy, earlier regarded as malevolent.
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Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
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(Religious, archaic) The enemy of mankind, specifically, the Devil; Satan.
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(Slang) Cocaine.
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(Norse Myth., person) Any of the three goddesses, representing the past, present, and future, who determine the destiny of gods and mortals
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The power or agency supposed to determine the outcome of events before they occur; destiny
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A dwarf star or dwarf galaxy.
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Abbreviation of monoclonal antibody.
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(Rare) A contemptible or stupid person or creature.
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A small or young sylph
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Obsolete spelling of fairy.
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Fairyland
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offensive term for an openly homosexual man
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offensive term for an openly homosexual man
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offensive term for an openly homosexual man
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A male homosexual.
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Any of various violets, esp. a popular garden hybrid (Viola tricolor hortensis), with flat, broad, velvety petals in many colors
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A woman chosen as the winner of a contest or the honorary head of an event:
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Queer is a strange or eccentric person, or an offensive and derogatory slang term used for a homosexual person.
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A male homosexual
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(Brit., Slang) poof
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(Historical) A headdress for women popular in 18th century France. [from 18th c.]
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(Class. Myth.) A mountain nymph
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(Obsolete) plural form of fauna / Alternative form of faunae.
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