Definition of fay in English:

fay

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Pronunciation: /feɪ
 
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noun

literary
A fairy: elves and evil fays
More example sentences
  • The fays had decided that the two humans were far more interesting than the peryton and gnome (who were still fighting it out) and had begun tangling themselves in Abigail's hair.
  • They danced and played like forest Druids and lyrical fays, changing shape and shifting in a series of brilliant colors, fluidly morphing over and over, never the same thing twice.
  • It didn't display any fiendish goblin or conniving fay, which disappointed me.

Origin

late Middle English: from Old French fae, faie, from Latin fata 'the Fates', plural of fatum (see fate). Compare with fairy.

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