shee

[shee]

sídh

or shee

[shee]
noun, plural sídhe [shee] /ʃi/. Irish Folklore.
  1. a mound or hill in which fairies live.
  2. a fairy.
  3. sídhe, the race of fairies.

Origin of sídh

1785–95; < Irish; MIr síd, síth fairy mound; cf. banshee
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Examples from the Web for shees

Historical Examples of shees

  • The hees were to plague to death, and the shees to punish with bodily harme and to destroy cattell.

  • I tolds you tar pees un shust Got; and now you shees how dat shust Got he pees mine friend.

    The Von Toodleburgs

    F. Colburn Adams

  • Shees a good sowl too av she wasnt aflikted wid too ardint a desir to wair some of her husbands garmints.

  • Beshides, I 've heard that a man who shees his enemy being killed, is sure not to have shore eyes in his next birth.

    The Little Clay Cart

    (Attributed To) King Shudraka

  • The hees were to plague to death, and the shees to punish with bodily harme, and to destroy cattell.

    Witch Stories

    E. Lynn (Elizabeth Lynn) Linton