sidhe

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sidhe

(ʃiː; ˈʃiːdɪ)
pl n, sing sidh (ʃiːd)
(European Myth & Legend) the sidhe the inhabitants of fairyland; fairies
[C18: from Irish Gaelic aos sídhe people of the fairy mound; compare banshee]
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Fairies are collectively known as daoine sidhe (pronounced deen-ya shee).
Purists will not be disappointed by classic depictions of the Daoine Sidhe and other legends, but neither is this book limited to those with prior knowledge of the Faire Folk.
Ben Tyson was an ordinary librarian when he met a Daoine Sidhe woman, Valeria.