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Strange or otherworldly
Magical or fairylike
Doomed to die
{s} doomed, dying (British & Scottish use); having supernatural or unearthly qualities, having clairvoyant powers; mysterious and strange; otherworldly; apparently crazy, insane
slightly insane
Fated; doomed
If you describe someone as fey, you mean that they behave in a shy, childish, or unpredictable way, and you are often suggesting that this is unnatural or insincere. Her fey charm and eccentric ways were legendary. = whimsical. very sensitive and behaving or talking in a strange way
suggestive of an elf in strangeness and otherworldliness; "thunderbolts quivered with elfin flares of heat lightning"; "the fey quality was there, the ability to see the moon at midday"- John Mason Brown
To cleanse; to clean out
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    /ˈfā/ /ˈfeɪ/


    [ 'fA ] (adjective.) before 12th century. From Middle English fey "fated to die" from Old English fǣge "doomed to die, timid" from Proto-Germanic *faigiáz (“cowardly, wicked”) from Proto-Indo-European *pAik-, *pAig- (“ill-meaning, bad”). Akin to Old Saxon fēgi (Dutch veeg "doomed, near death"), Old High German feigi "appointed for death, ungodly" (German feige "cowardly"), Old Norse feigr "doomed", Old English fāh "outlawed, hostile". More at foe.