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Fairy - Wikipedia


A fairy is a type of mythical being or legendary creature in European folklore, a form of spirit, often described as metaphysical, supernatural, or preternatural.

Fairy (type) - Bulbapedia, the community-driven Pokémon ...


The Fairy type (Japanese: フェアリータイプ Fairy type) is one of the eighteen types. Notable Trainers who specialize in Fairy-type Pokémon include the Gym ...

Fairy | Definition of Fairy by Merriam-Webster


1 : a mythical being of folklore and romance usually having diminutive human form and magic powers. 2 usually disparaging : a male homosexual ...

Fairy type Pokémon | Pokémon Database


The Fairy type was introduced in Generation 6 - the first new type for more than 12 years! Its main intention was to balance the type chart by reducing the power ...

Fairy | Define Fairy at Dictionary.com


Fairy definition, (in folklore) one of a class of supernatural beings, generally conceived as having a diminutive human form and possessing magical powers with ...

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1000+ ideas about Fairies on Pinterest | Faeries, Amy Brown and ...


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fairy - Wiktionary


English from ca. 1300, first in the sense of "enchantment, illusion, dream" and later "realm of the fays, fairy-land" or "the inhabitants of fairyland as a collective".

Fairy Tale Review


We have announced the winners of the 2016 Fairy Tale Review Awards. Congratulations to Adam Soto and Marie Marandola! On the heels of our interview with ...

Pokémon Go Database: Fairy Type Pokemon


Fairy Type Pokémon are one of the eighteen different Types in Pokémon Go. Fairy Pokémon are strong against Dark, Dragon and Fighting Types, but are weak ...

Fairies are mythological humanoid creatures who usually possess magical powers. There is no evidence to support their existence.