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For questions on a type of mythical creatures found in European folklore. They are generally human in appearance and capable of magic, but exact definitions and forms vary from tradition to tradition. Their names are alternative spelt fay, fae, faerie or fairy.

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) • Hamadryades or Hadryades - Wikipedia For instance for Welsh fae, you have: : 1. the ellyllon, or the elves; 2. the coblynau, or the mine fairies; 3. the bwbachod, or the household fairies; 4 … . the gwragedd annwn, or the fairies of the lakes and streams; 5. the gwyllion, or the mountain fairies. - Celtic Mythology You can see a clear correlation between that and nymphs and Lares. You …
answered Mar 18 '16 by Reed