Origin of pixie
Examples from the Web for pixie
But the pixie cut is heading out the door and it's cousin, the low bob, is the new "it" 'do.Goodbye Pixie Cut, Hello Lob: The Haircut Taking Over Hollywood|Erin Cunningham|June 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Also at the shindig were Jemma and Jodie Kidd, Pixie Lott, Anna, Hamish and the rest.Beckham at Belstaff Party on Bond Street: "I'll Have a Becks, Please."|Tom Sykes|September 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Just a week after her pixie cut took the world by storm, the singer has debuted a new blonde bob.
The three-page feature, titled “Titler,” includes well-known names like Helen Mirren, Pixie Geldof, and even Princess Eugenie.Lauren Hutton Uses Shoes As Weapons; Tatler's Controversial Breast List|The Fashion Beast Team|April 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Plus steroids are not some magic form of pixie dust for pitchers.
Pixie shall do that if she will, I must keep them to myself.
A Pixie uses his fangs, when fighting at close quarters, with terrible effect.Old Farm Fairies:|Henry Christopher McCook
Yet, as Pixie says, you have a pathetic look which shows that you have not really forgotten.More about Pixie|Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
I tell you, my friend, it is much more than that I intend to do for your Pixie.
As for Pixie taking one of the girls home with her, that is out of the question at this hour of the day.
noun plural pixies
Word Origin for pixie
c.1630, of obscure origin, perhaps from or relatred to Swedish dialect pyske "small fairy," but West County origin suggests ultimate source in Cornwall and thus something Celtic. Earliest references were in pixy-path "bewilderment," literally "path on which one is led astray by pixies," and pixie-led "lost."