fey

Fey vs From - What's the difference?

fey | from |


As an adjective fey

is (dialectal|or|archaic) about to die; doomed; on the verge of sudden or violent death or fey can be magical or fairylike.

As a noun fey

is fairy folk collectively.

As a preposition from is

with the source or provenance of or at.

Effete vs Fey - What's the difference?

effete | fey |


As adjectives the difference between effete and fey

is that effete is (label) of substances, quantities etc: exhausted, spent, worn-out while fey is (dialectal|or|archaic) about to die; doomed; on the verge of sudden or violent death or fey can be magical or fairylike.

As a noun fey is

fairy folk collectively.

Fey vs Fey - What's the difference?

fey | fey |


In dialectal|or|archaic|lang=en terms the difference between fey and fey

is that fey is (dialectal|or|archaic) about to die; doomed; on the verge of sudden or violent death while fey is (dialectal|or|archaic) about to die; doomed; on the verge of sudden or violent death.

In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between fey and fey

is that fey is (obsolete) dying; dead while fey is (obsolete) dying; dead.

In chiefly|scottish|lang=en terms the difference between fey and fey

is that fey is (chiefly|scottish) possessing second sight, clairvoyance, or clairaudience while fey is (chiefly|scottish) possessing second sight, clairvoyance, or clairaudience.

As adjectives the difference between fey and fey

is that fey is (dialectal|or|archaic) about to die; doomed; on the verge of sudden or violent death or fey can be magical or fairylike while fey is (dialectal|or|archaic) about to die; doomed; on the verge of sudden or violent death or fey can be magical or fairylike.

As nouns the difference between fey and fey

is that fey is fairy folk collectively while fey is fairy folk collectively.

Trick vs Fey - What's the difference?

trick | fey |


As nouns the difference between trick and fey

is that trick is trick while fey is fairy folk collectively.

As an adjective fey is

(dialectal|or|archaic) about to die; doomed; on the verge of sudden or violent death or fey can be magical or fairylike.

Sprite vs Fey - What's the difference?

sprite | fey |


As nouns the difference between sprite and fey

is that sprite is (mythology) a spirit; a soul; a shade; also, an apparition while fey is fairy folk collectively.

As an adjective fey is

(dialectal|or|archaic) about to die; doomed; on the verge of sudden or violent death or fey can be magical or fairylike.

Sprites vs Fey - What's the difference?

sprites | fey |


As nouns the difference between sprites and fey

is that sprites is while fey is fairy folk collectively.

As an adjective fey is

(dialectal|or|archaic) about to die; doomed; on the verge of sudden or violent death or fey can be magical or fairylike.

May vs Fey - What's the difference?

may | fey |


As nouns the difference between may and fey

is that may is mummy, mother while fey is fairy folk collectively.

As an adjective fey is

(dialectal|or|archaic) about to die; doomed; on the verge of sudden or violent death or fey can be magical or fairylike.

F vs Fey - What's the difference?

f | fey |


As a letter f

is the sixth letter of the.

As a symbol f

is (label) symbol for fluorine.

As an adjective fey is

(dialectal|or|archaic) about to die; doomed; on the verge of sudden or violent death or fey can be magical or fairylike.

As a noun fey is

fairy folk collectively.

Fey vs Faye - What's the difference?

fey | faye |


As an adjective fey

is (dialectal|or|archaic) about to die; doomed; on the verge of sudden or violent death or fey can be magical or fairylike.

As a noun fey

is fairy folk collectively.

As a proper noun faye is

a female given name, a spelling variant of fay.

Gay vs Fey - What's the difference?

gay | fey |


As nouns the difference between gay and fey

is that gay is nape while fey is fairy folk collectively.

As a verb gay

is to crow.

As an adjective fey is

(dialectal|or|archaic) about to die; doomed; on the verge of sudden or violent death or fey can be magical or fairylike.

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