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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fairydom
Literary usage of Fairydom
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Voyage of Bran, Son of Febal, to the Land of the Living: An Old Irish Saga by Kuno Meyer, Dindsenchas, Alfred Trübner Nutt, Scél Túan maic Cairill (1897)
"... fairy revels by night; witchcraft and fairydom; the changeling belief; Irish in relation to general European fairy lore— The Tuatha de Danann and death. ..."
2. From Nowhere to the North Pole: A Noah's Ark-æological Narrative by Tom Hood (1875)
"ABOUT SOME OF THE THINGS FRANK SAW IN fairydom. "OOR Frank felt very uncomfortable. He could not but fancy that his late companions had played him a trick, ..."
3. Chamber's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge (1889)
"The only dark cloud that obscures the brightness of fairydom is the periodical necessity of paying a teind to hell— a necessity which casts unexpected light ..."
4. Ethnology in Folklore by George Laurence Gomme (1892)
"But if this argument is worth anything it would account for the fact that fairydom, after throwing off such a powerful offshoot as witchcraft, ..."
5. Poetry by Modern Poetry Association (1916)
"Frail are her songs from fairydom, and so surpassing sweet That in them is the laugh of leaves and the gleam of green- shod feet, And in and out thread ..."
6. Publications by Folklore Society (Great Britain) (1904)
"He fails, in accordance with the convention of fairydom, as his success would be the hero's failure. The same contamination with the Gellert story appears ..."