Fey

• (n.) Faith. • (v. t.) To cleanse; to clean out. • (a.) Fated; doomed.
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fey

touched(p) adjective slightly insane
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Fey

[Dungeons & Dragons] In Dungeons & Dragons, Fey is a category of creatures (called a creature type in the game). The fey deities are based around the Seelie Court and the Unseelie Court. Titania is the general fey deity, with individual races like the Killmoulis who worship Caoimhin. Fey are usually humanoid in form and generally have super...
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Fey

Fey adjective [ Anglo-Saxon f...ga , Icelandic feigr , Old High German feigi .] Fated; doomed. [ Old Eng. & Scot.]
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Fey

Fey noun [ See Fay faith.] Faith. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Fey

Fey transitive verb [ Confer Feague .] To cleanse; to clean out. [ Obsolete] Tusser.
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Fey

fated
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fey

[adj] - slightly insane
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