Crossword clues for fey
- Tina of sitcoms
- Tina of "Wine Country"
- Tina of "Saturday Night Live"
- Tina of ''SNL''
- Three-time Golden Globes cohost Tina
- Somewhat insane
- She nailed Palin
- Seven-time Emmy winner Tina
- Poehler pal
- Poehler "Weekend Update" co-host on "SNL"
- Palinesque comedian?
- Palin's portrayer in skits
- Palin satirizer
- Palin portrayer on "SNL"
- Palin portrayer on 'SNL'
- Nine-time Emmy winner Tina
- Mildly insane
- Mark Twain Prize recipient of 2010
- Mark Twain Prize for American Humor winner of 2010
- Liz Lemon portrayer
- Lemon's creator
- Lemon player
- Five-time Emmy winner Tina
- Emmy winner Tina
- Early 2000s "SNL" standout
- Comic Tina
- Comedian Tina who portrayed Sarah Palin on "Saturday Night Live"
- Comedian Tina who created and starred in "30 Rock"
- Comedian Tina who cocreated "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"
- Comedian Tina
- Baldwin's TV co-star
- Baldwin and Krakowski's "30 Rock" costar
- Actress Tina
- 2015 Golden Globes cohost
- 2013 Golden Globes cohost Tina
- 2010 Mark Twain Award winner
- 2000s "SNL" notable Tina
- 2000-2006 "Saturday Night Live" cast member Tina
- "Whiskey Tango Foxtrot" star Tina
- "Whiskey Tango Foxtrot" actress Tina
- "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" co-creator
- "This Is Where I Leave You" actress Tina
- "SNL" alum Tina
- "Sisters" co-star Tina
- "Saturday Night Live" alumna Tina
- "S.N.L." head writer in the early 2000s
- "S.N.L." head writer from 1999 to 2006
- "S.N.L." alum Tina
- "Muppets Most Wanted" actress Tina
- "Bossypants" writer
- "30 Rock"'s Lemon
- ''30 Rock'' star
- Whimsically odd
- Whimsically strange
- Magical, as elves
- Hardly macho
- Tina of "30 Rock"
- Palin parodist Tina
- Noted Palin impressionist
- "30 Rock" creator Tina
- Onetime "S.N.L." regular Tina
- Creator of "30 Rock"
- Tina who wrote the autobiographical "Bossypants"
- Baldwin's "30 Rock" co-star
- Tina who won the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor
- Tina who won a Mark Twain Prize for American Humor
- Mad or clairvoyant
- Clairvoyant, visionary
- Slightly dotty
- Tina of '30 Rock'
- "30 Rock" star Tina
- Funny Tina
- Comic Tina ____
- A bit crazy
- Tina of TV and film
- Tina of TV
- Tina of comedy
- Tina of "Date Night"
- 2010 Mark Twain Prize winner Tina
- "Bossypants" memoirist Tina
- "Bossypants" author Tina
- "30 Rock" co-star
- '30 Rock' star
- Tina of ''30 Rock''
- Slightly insane
- Poehler's pal
- Palin portrayer Tina
- Palin impersonator on "Saturday Night Live"
- Comedian Tina who wrote the book "Bossypants"
- Co-star of Morgan and Baldwin
- "Mean Girls" screenwriter Tina
- '30 Rock' cast member
- Tina with a spot-on Palin impression
- Tina who's heard in "Megamind"
- Tina who won the 2010 Mark Twain Prize for American Humor
- Tina who starred in the 2015 movie "Sisters"
- Tina who lampooned Palin
- Tina who is the youngest Mark Twain Prize winner
- Tina who cohosted the most recent Golden Globe Awards with Amy Poehler
- Tina who co-created "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"
- Tina on TV
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Fey \Fey\ (f[=a]), a. [AS. f[=ae]ga, Icel. feigr, OHG. feigi.] Fated; doomed. [Old Eng. & Scot.]
Fey \Fey\ (f[=a]), n. [See Fay faith.]
Fey \Fey\, v. t. [Cf. Feague.]
To cleanse; to clean out. [Obs.]
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"of excitement that presages death," from Old English fæge "doomed to die, fated, destines," also "timid, feeble;" and/or from Old Norse feigr, both from Proto-Germanic *faigjo- (cognates: Old Saxon fegi, Old Frisian fai, Middle Dutch vege, Middle High German veige "doomed," also "timid," German feige "cowardly"), from PIE *peig- (2) "evil-minded, hostile" (see foe). Preserved in Scottish. Sense of "displaying unearthly qualities" and "disordered in the mind (like one about to die)" led to modern ironic sense of "affected."
Etymology 1 a. 1 (context dialectal or archaic English) About to die; doomed; on the verge of sudden or violent death. 2 (context obsolete English) dying; dead. 3 (context chiefly Scottish English) possessing second sight, clairvoyance, or clairaudience 4 overrefined, affected Etymology 2
a. magical or fairylike. n. fairy folk collectively.
adj. slightly insane [syn: touched(p)]
suggestive of an elf in strangeness and otherworldliness; "thunderbolts quivered with elfin flares of heat lightning"; "the fey quality was there, the ability to see the moon at midday"- John Mason Brown [syn: elfin]
María Fernanda Blázquez Gil (born July 21, 1973), known professionally as Fey, is a Latin Grammy Award-nominated Mexican pop artist that became a pop teen idol for Latin America in the mid-1990s.
Fey may refer to:
- Fèy, a traditional vodou folk song in Haiti
- Fey, Switzerland
- Féy, Moselle, France
- Fey (name), and persons with the name
Fey (singer) (born 1973), vocalist
- Fey (album), a 1995 recording by the singer of the same name
- Fey (Dungeons & Dragons), a fictional creature
- an alternative word for fairy
In Dungeons & Dragons, Fey is a category of creatures (called a creature type in the game). The fey deities are associated with the Seelie Court and the Unseelie Court. Titania is the general fey deity, with individual races like the Killmoulis who worship Caoimhin. Fey are usually humanoid in form and generally have supernatural abilities and a connection to nature. The Sylph is one creature which has a Fae appearance, but is officially recognized as an outsider creature type.
The source material includes two templates for players who wish to have crossbred characters incorporating fey traits. The first is the Half Fey, a cross between a fey and a human or giant. Feytouched are one quarter fey, the result of a crossbreeding between a Half Fey and a human or giant. All feytouched have at least one feature or characteristic that is out of the norm, including vibrantly colored hair, feathered eyebrows, or a propensity for speaking in rhyme, for example, and are charismatic. The feytouched template appeared in the third edition Fiend Folio (2003).
"Fèy" is a traditional Vodou folk song in Haiti. In Haitian Creole, "fèy" means "leaf", and the lyrics of the song describe a leaf falling from a tree. Like many traditional songs in Vodou folklore, the lyrics of "Fèy" can hold many meanings, both religious and political. At least two mizik rasin bands in the 1990s sang adaptations of the traditional song. A version first performed by RAM in 1992 was banned throughout Haiti during the remaining years of the Raoul Cédras military junta.
Fey is the eponymous debut album of Mexican pop singer Fey. It was released in 1995 with the Sony Music Mexico label. The album has sold over 2 million worldwide.
Usage examples of "fey".
It had always amazed me how many of the lesser fey women would allow Cel to abuse them in the most base manner possible, because if they got pregnant they would be members of the court.
Jenna was certain that she would call only whatever fey creatures Doire Coill held within its confines.
The kills of the fey were being divided when the abrupt return of the hand of relieving warriors for the kand surprised me.
He thought of his fey mage Jordy and wondered where the mage was now, and if he, Kyan Red-axe, and Isarns apprentice, Stanach, were still alive.
It was quite a change from his days as a Conscientious Neglector when he deliberately stayed away from all things fey and otherworldly.
Robin-goodfellow, the spoorne, the mare, the man in the oke, the hell-waine, the fier drake, the puckle, Tom Thombe, hobgoblins, Tom Tumbler, boneless, and such other bugs, that we were afraid of our own shadowes.
Over the years, she had heard many bards and minstrels tell tales of Morgen le Fey and her evil Val Sans Retour.
And with Morgen guiding the child, it would only be a matter of time before the fey bitch turned his babe against him.
The stone of the floor was unlittered with the stiff, yellow stall bedding, as though one had already been there to clear away the trailings of the fey previous, leaving my feet an easier path through the dwelling.
Thought you to make me dance attendance on a soft, unmuscled half-mortal mongrel fey?
But in an inner sense he always missed Mm, and he grew up warmthless and fey.
Deeply did the chill of the wind touch me, setting my bones ashiver, and bleak indeed was the fey I looked upon.
I worked the El Fey with Texas Guinan, and I was doing a little bootlegging on the side, for Owney.
I shook my head wearily, his failed daughter, his fey child, who had left her shoes in a corncrib to go dancing with the night.
A kilt, of course, a Hebridean girl without a kilt was unthinkable, a Shetland two-piece and brown brogues: and that she would be a raven-haired beauty with wild, green, fey eyes went without saying.