Fairies

Fairies, imaginary supernatural beings conceived of as of diminutive size but in human shape, who play a conspicuous part in the traditions of Europe during the Middle Ages, and are animated more or less by a spirit of mischief out of a certain loving regard for, or humorous interest in, the affairs of mankind, whether in the way of thwarting or helping.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Fairfax, Thomas, Lord * Fairservice, Andrew
Faineants
Fair City
Fair Maid of Kent
Fair Maid of Norway
Fair Maid of Perth
Fair Rosamond
Fairbairn, Andrew M.
Fairbairn, Sir William
Fairfax, Edward
Fairfax, Thomas, Lord
Fairies
Fairservice, Andrew
Fairy Rings
Faith
Faith, St.
Fakir
Falaise
Falconer, Hugh
Falconer, Ion Keith
Falconer, William
Falconry

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Fairies in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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