noun, plural sídhe [shee] /ʃi/. Irish Folklore.
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Origin of sídh
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Example sentences from the Web for sidhe
The celestial city is both like the Christian Heaven and the Sidhe world.The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries|W. Y. Evans Wentz
I asked a countryman who was with me what hill that was, and he told me it was Cruachmaa of the Sidhe.Ideas of Good and Evil|William Butler Yeats
So they went on, and before long they came to a hill, and they heard sleepy music of the Sidhe beside them.Gods and Fighting Men|Lady I. A. Gregory
When the Sidhe declare their will, we should with due awe consider it.Imaginations and Reveries|(A.E.) George William Russell
It is also written Sidhe, and this brings us to the older spelling before the dental had been aspirated out of existence.The Testimony of Tradition|David MacRitchie