seelie


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seelie

(ˈsiːlɪ)
pl n
(European Myth & Legend) good benevolent fairies
adj
(European Myth & Legend)
a. of or belonging to the seelie
b. good and benevolent like the seelie: seelie wights.
[an earlier form of silly]
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Friend of the fae Felix Cassius Tiberius Carmer III, a natural mechanic, and his Seelie princess companion, Grit, a fire fairy, have a waterlogged escapade in this sequel to The Wingsnatchers (Algonquin Books, 2017).
Lola Flanery, who played the Seelie Queen in the Freeform series, played new character Madi in the previous season, according to (http://www.
The same thesis that women were exposed to patriarchal tyranny was later voiced by Lord Julian in The Courtier (1561), when Lord Gaspar claimed that all women wished they were men;"[t]he seelie poor creatures wish not to be a man to make them more perfect, but to have libertye, and to be ridd of the rule that men have of their own authoritie chalenged over them" [Sic.
TONIGHT, Christian Parry is at The Plough in St Asaph and Seelie is at Wrexham's Central Station.
Folklore has it that a hobgoblin is a friendly but troublesome creature of the Seelie Court.
Swaim layers magical powers and fae conflicts between the Seelie and Unseelie Courts to the realistic teen angst in Brielle and her roommate, Pamie.
My son Adam and I are doing a fantasy trilogy called The Seelie Wars.
This artist created them some time ago for a friend, the photographer Tod Seelie, who lives on the block, and is in the show.
When two guests, Master Jacobus Bone and his grim and powerful fay warrior-companion from the Seelie court, Shadlock, unexpectedly arrive at the abbey, the mystery deepens.
Then they came for me, and there was no one left to speak for me'" Pictured from the left are ADL Florida Regional Director Andrew Rosenkranz, Wayne Hogan, Cotney, Yegelwel, and Mike Seelie.
Even in what few fragments of Irish mythology have been handed down in the Irish Mythological Cycle, it is easily discernible that the mythical ancestors of the Irish people, the Tuatha De Danaan, have far more in common with Tolkien's Noldor than do the Norse alfar, the Anglo-Saxon elves, or the Scottish residents of the Seelie and Unseelie courts.
Both the Seelie and Unseelie Court are withering under infertile rulers, but by A Stroke of Midnight (2005), where Meredith has sex, the mound walls collapse, grass shoots, and new water flows (509-12).