verb (used without object)
Origin of fiend
Related formsfiend·like, adjectiveun·der·fiend, noun
Examples from the Web for feens
We shall therefore look at them in this aspect, whether considered as Picts or Cruithn or as Feens.
The stories of Fin and his Feens are full of references to their hunting exploits.
This example, then, of the abode of one of the "Feens of Lochlan," corresponds exactly with Maes-how and all similar "sheeans."
The king of the Feens was hailed in the country of the big men as a Troich.
This also is the position of the "Feens" of Gaelic folk-lore, as the following references will show.
British Dictionary definitions for feens (1 of 2)
- a person who is intensely interested in or fond of somethinga fresh-air fiend; he is a fiend for cards
- an addicta drug fiend