English - Turkish

  1. peri
  2. homoseksüel erkek
  3. peri gibi
  4. perilere ait
  5. göt veren
  6. ibne
  7. homoseksüel isim
  8. top isim
  9. eşcinsel erkek isim
  10. çocuk
  11. fairy ring bazen çayırlarda bulunan ve perilerin dansından meydana
  12. yalan
  13. büyülüfairylike peri gibi
  14. pasif homoseksüel erkek
  15. puşt
  16. fairyland periler ülkesi
  17. peri elinden çıkmış gibi
  18. nonoş isim
  19. argo homoseksüel erkek, ibne isim
  20. faery faerie
  21. periler ile ilgili faerie
  22. masallar diyarı isim faerie
  23. hayali faerie
  24. periler ülkesi isim faerie
  25. düşsel dünya faery
  26. periler fairies

English - English

  1. a male homosexual, especially one who is effeminate
  2. A mythical being who had magical powers, known in many sizes and descriptions, although often depicted in modern illustrations only as small and spritely with gauze-like wings; A sprite
  3. the realm of faerie; enchantment, illusion
  4. A nature spirit revered in modern paganism
  5. An imaginary supernatural being or spirit, supposed to assume a human form (usually diminutive), either male or female, and to meddle for good or evil in the affairs of mankind; a fay
  6. The country of the fays; land of illusions
  7. See Elf, and Demon
  8. An enchantress
  9. Enchantment; illusion
  10. (derogatory slang) A male homosexual, especially one who is effeminate
  11. land of the fae, state of enchantment, associated with fays (as in fairy gold, fairy queen)
  12. Of or pertaining to fairies
  13. A mythical being, usually small, slim, often with gauzy wings
  14. disapproval If someone describes a man as a fairy, they mean that he is a homosexual and they disapprove of this. In folklore, any of a race of supernatural beings who have magic powers and sometimes meddle in human affairs. Some have been described as of human size, while others are "little people" only a few inches high. The term was first used in medieval Europe. Fairy lore is especially common in Ireland, Cornwall, Wales, and Scotland. Though usually beneficent in modern children's stories, the fairies of the past were powerful and sometimes dangerous beings who could be friendly, mischievous, or cruel, depending on their whim. Fairies were thought to be beautiful, to live much longer than human beings, and to lack souls. They sometimes carried off human infants and left changelings as substitutes. They occasionally took human lovers, but to enter fairyland was perilous for humans, who were obliged to remain forever if they ate or drank there. See also leprechaun
  15. Given by fairies; as, fairy money
  16. A fairy is an imaginary creature with magical powers. Fairies are often represented as small people with wings
  17. nymph, sprite, elf; homosexual male (Slang) isim
  18. of fairies; fairy-like; fantastic, magical sıfat
  19. offensive terms for an openly homosexual man
  20. small, human in form, playful, having magical powers
  21. An tiny elemental entity [See "Elemental" for more info] considered clever, mischievous, and possessing magical abilities
  22. Feather Fish
  23. Pokémon with semi-psychic fairy abilities Fairy Pokemon cannot learn Dark attacks Note: This feature should not be confused with the Fairyshape egg group Skills: Mind Games, Psychic, Psywave, Teleport
  24. When they hear the word "fairy," many people think of tiny, pretty little girls with wings That is just one kind of fairy Today, fairy is the most popular word used to describe a separate race of beings or "spirits" that people have reported seeing for centuries Fairies are different in many ways Fairies can be good to humans, or bad Some fairies, called "trooping fairies," travel in large groups; other fairies live alone, often in houses or under bridges Fairies can be very tiny, or very large
  25. Archaic spelling of fairy. the realm of the fays, fairyland faerie
  26. fairy, small supernatural being that is believed to help humans, sprite, pixie isim faerie
  27. alternative spelling of fairy faerie
  28. This word, and all its associated words, are not used by those who know anything of Underhill and the Kithain It is occasionally used on this site as a common reference point to introduce new terms faerie
  29. (AKA fay, fae, fairy, & faye) Any being whose soul is either mystically tied to an element of nature (trees, clouds, fire, flowers, etc ) or to a highly magical and mutable world Some faeries have wings, innate magic, and capricious attitudes Most faeries come from a world that is often referred to as "Faerie" faerie
  30. the enchanted realm of fairies faerie
  31. the land of the faeries - general term for an inhabitant of Faerie - adjective to describe an attribute of Faerie see also fairy faerie
  32. A rare and wondrous variant type of elf Always female Very magical faerie
  33. faerie faeries a fairy faery
  34. fairy, nymph, pixy, imaginary small humanlike creature with supernatural powers; imaginary home of fairies isim faery
  35. plural of fairy fairies
  36. are the dispossessed spirits which once inhabited human bodies, but are not yet meet to dwell with the "saints in light " "All those airy shapes you now behold Were human bodies once, and clothed with earthly mould; Our souls, not yet prepared for upper light, Till doomsday wander in the shades of night " Dryden: The Flower and the Leaf Fairing (A) A present from a fair The ing is a patronymic = a descendant of, come from, belonging to "Fairings come thus plentifully in " Shakespeare: Love's Labour's Lost, v 2 Fairlimb The sister of Bitelas and daughter of Rukenaw, the ape; in the tale of Reynard the Fox fairies
  37. Pretty self explanatory They're dolls (usually any kind of dolls mainly prep) with wings fairies
  38. wishes coming true, the importance of dreaming and believing in the magic and mystery of life fairies

Turkish - English

  1. fay


About This Word

    Pronunciation /ˈferē/ /ˈfɛriː/
    Etymology [ 'far-E, 'fer- ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English fairie, from Old French faerie, the -erie abstract of fae, from Vulgar Latin Fāta (“goddess of fate”), from Latin fātum (“fate”) English from ca. 1300, first in the sense of "enchantment, illusion, dream" and later "realm of the fays, fairy-land" or "the inhabitants of fairyland as a collective". The re-interpretation of the term as a countable noun denoting individual inhabitants of fairy-land can be traced to the 1390s, but becomes common only in the 16th century.
    Synonyms bogie, brownie, elf, enchanter, fae, fag, faggot, fay, fey, genie, gnome, goblin, gremlin, hob, imp, leprechaun, mermaid, nisse, nymph, pixie
    Common Collocations fairy tale, fairy tales
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