Beautiful Fairy, Pixies, Mermaid and Elf Names

Names that mean Pixie, Elf, Elfin, Mermaid, Fairy, Sprite, Nymph or "Faerie".. the alternate spelling of "fairy"

Fairies are called many things... here is a short list of synomyms for fairy: gnome, brownie, gremlin, puck, goblin, elf, hob, siren, imp, enchanter, mermaid, spirit, leprecaun, fay, nymph, sprite, bogie, genie, pixie, sylph and nissie. Now, I know what you are thinking... A lot of those names are commonly used for other creatures, i.e. mermaid: half fish, half human, but a fairy is actually just a supernatural being.


English
from the elfin valley
German
Feminine form of Old French Aubrey counsel from the elves.; elf counsel
English
Wise counsel; elf or magical counsel
English
Wise counsel; elf or magical counsel
German
Wise counsel; elf or magical counsel
English
Wise counsel; elf or magical counsel
Latin
from Alba; elf or magical being, friend
English
Elf wine; Noble friend; elf or magical being, friend
English
Friend of the elves; elf or magical being, friend
Latin
from Alba; elf or magical being, friend
English
Wise friend.; elf or magical being, friend
English
Wise friend.; elf or magical being, friend
English
Elf wine; Noble friend; elf or magical being, friend
Greek
Beautiful maiden rescued by Perseus; leader of men
Greek
Nymph; excellence; righteous
Greek
myth name nymph
German
Rules with elf-wisdom; elf or magical being, power
German
elf or magical being, power; elf or magical counsel
African
Mermaid
English
Spearbearer maid; maiden of the bear-spear
Irish
Fairy palace
Irish
Fairy palace
French
Forest sprite
Native American
Fairy (Algonquin)
Native American
Snake maiden (Hopi)
Native American
Snake flower (Hopi)
Greek
myth name a water nymph; lovely one
Anglo-Saxon
Name of a nymph
Greek
Cyrene was a water nymph who wrestled with a lion which endeared her to the sun god Apollo. He built a city for her named Cyrenacia. Variant of Cyrene.
Greek
Name of a mythological nymph
English
Day's eye; Flower name
Latin
Day's eye; Flower name
English
Day's eye; Flower name; day's eye
English
Day's eye; Flower name; day's eye
English
Day's eye; Flower name; day's eye
Latin
Day's eye; Flower name
English
Day's eye; Flower name; day's eye
English
Day's eye; Flower name; day's eye
Greek
Dolphin; Flower name
English
Day's eye; Flower name; day's eye
Greek
Divine flower; flower of the gods
Greek
myth name a nymph
Greek
A nymph; Repeated voice
Greek
myth name a water nymph
Greek
myth name a sea nymph
Welsh
nymph; idol
English
Wise counsel; elf or magical counsel
Unknown
A flower consecrated to God
English
Beautiful fairy woman
German
Beautiful fairy woman; other, foreign


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The history of fairies
The term fairy derives from the Middle English word:faierie (also fayerye, feirie, fairie), a direct borrowing from Old French faerie (Modern French féerie) meaning the land, realm, or characteristic activity ... see more fairy history
a full list of names that mean fairy.
Echo
Ella
Breena
Fey
Nissa
Lara
Marica... see more fairy names.