The country of the fays; land of illusions.
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. See Elf, and Demon.
The name given to many supernatural beings that either help or hinder man. There is a strong history of fairies in the Celtic lore of Britain, Ireland and Europe. The word is derived from the Latin fata meaning "fate" which refers to the threes mythical fates, women who spun the threads of life.
Traditional looking fairies could be found right outside the Labyrinth. Unlike most fairies, these wouldn't do nice things, like granting wishes, but would rather bite you if given a chance, as Sarah found out when trying to help one Hoggle had sprayed.
small, human in form, playful, having magical powers
a magical being that has magical powers to cast spells and stuff
a mythical being of folklore and romance
an imaginary character
a tiny being with wings (such as butterfly wings, dragonfly wings, etc
a tiny being with wings that looks like a person but posses powers of magic and enchantment
a tiny human-looking being with wings for flying
a tiny little girl with wings who lives in any little hole she can find
a tiny supernatural being, and a tale is a story)
a fantasy race of tiny winged people.
Small, human-like mythical being. May be benevolent or malevolent.
A fairy in your teacup indicates a period of romance.
An elemental spirit considered benign but inclined to mischief.
A tiny supernatural being said to have magical powers.
Fairies are playful nature spirits who perform many tasks for Mother Nature. They help seeds germinate, teach bumblebees to buzz, and add scent to flowers. They live in gardens, in ancient trees (especially willows and oaks), and in the deep mossy banks along streams. Their variety is endless, although the most well known are flower fairies, wishing fairies, and celestial fairies. Only those of us who honor all living things will ever have a chance to see the fairies. Sightings usually occur in the garden at dawn or at dusk. Thatís because the wee folk who live there love to frolic and play at those times, and in their merriment, often let their guard down. Young children often see fairies, but most adults have lost the ability (because they refuse to believe) and often mistake butterflies for fairies. Fairies like to ride on dragonflies and dance from petal to petal throughout the day. At night they tuck their heads and curl up beneath a leaf to sleep.
A fairy (sometimes seen as faery, faerie, or even fae; collectively wee folk, good folk, people of peace or many other euphemisms)Briggs, Katharine Mary (1976) An Encyclopedia of Fairies. New York, Pantheon Books. "Euphemistic names for fairies" p.127 ISBN 0-394-73467-X is a spirit or supernatural being that is found in the legends, folklore, and mythology of many cultures.