Word Origin for sidhe
Words nearby sidhe
How to use sidhe in a sentence
Irish sidhe-gaoithe, same sound and meaning, where gaoithe is wind: 'wind-fairies': called 'fairy-blast' in Kildare.English As We Speak It in Ireland|P. W. Joyce
Three voices sung the song, and it was as though one of the sidhe played a harp to cast a spell upon men.A Book of Myths|Jean Lang
What are the conclusions arrived at with regard to these Fir Sidhe?
To return, however, to the Sidhe people of the British Islands.
The Sidhe have been, like the Angels, from before the making of the earth.