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fairy

noun [C]     /ˈfeəri/
a small, imaginary creature that looks like a person with wings, and has magic powersLegendary and mythological characters
Translations of “fairy”
in Arabic جِنّي, جِنِّيّة…
in Korean 요정…
in Malaysian pari-pari…
in French fée, (de) fée…
in Turkish peri…
in Italian fata…
in Chinese (Traditional) 想像中的生物, 小仙子,小精靈…
in Russian фея…
in Polish wróżka…
in Vietnamese thần tiên…
in Spanish hada…
in Portuguese fada…
in Thai นางฟ้า…
in German die Fee…
in Catalan fada…
in Japanese 妖精…
in Indonesian peri…
in Chinese (Simplified) 想象中的生物, 小仙子,小精灵…
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