- adj. （苏格兰）注定要死的；垂死的；（临死前）异常兴奋的
- n. (Fey)人名；(德)法伊；(法)费
来自PIE*peig, 敌对的，仇视的，词源同foe. 引申词义恐惧的，草木皆兵的，后用来形容人古怪的，怪异的。
- fey (adj.)
- "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."
- 1. Her fey charm and eccentric ways were legendary.
- 2. Elves share a passionate and emotional nature with many of their fey cousins.
- 3. They are no longer anything like as fey and reserved as they once were.
- 4. This led to an immediate rivalry between Fey'lya and Admiral Ackbar.
- 5. It was during Fey'lya's time in office that the Yuuzhan Vong struck.
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