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Also known as the shideem or shehireem, these Jewish faeries know much of magic and enchantment. They were born when Adam and Eve were excommunicated for 130 years for eating of the tree of knowledge. Female spirits lay with Adam, and male spirits with Eve, and of these unions were born the Mazikeen. They are a rank betweenmen and angels. They have wings and can fly, tell the future, and like to feast and drink, marry and have children. They can also shape shift. 

Entice human lovers with their songs of enchantment. They cause ship wrecking storms and are most frequently seen combing their long hair whilst admiring themselves in mirrors. 

The Irish Merpeople are called Merrows and they can be distinguished from other sea dwelling faeries in that they wear red feather caps to propel themselves down to their homes in the depths. Should their caps be stolen, they can no longer return to their watery homes. The female Merrow are very beautiful and, like other mermaids, appear before storms as an omen, but they are gentle by nature and often fall in love with mortal fishermen. This can partly be explained by the extreme ugliness of the male Merrows. Despite their alarming aspect, the males too have their redeeming features as they are generally jovial in character. 

Mooinjer Veggey / moo-in-jer vegar
The Little People is a familiar Manxman term for the faeries who dwell on the Isle of Man; see Sleigh Beggey. 

Mother Holle
A crone who lives at the bottom of old wells. She dispenses justice and might aid you with guidance and divination if she likes you. 

Best known for persecuting peasants, especially those of the lowest castes, who had stolen from their neighbors or demonstrated their dirty habits. The Mumiai toss their belongings in the air, break their pottery and trample on their gardens, finally forcing them to move out of their villages. 

Muryan is the Cornish word for ant. The Cornish belief about the fairies was that they were the souls of ancient heathen people, too good for Hell and too bad for Heaven, who had gradually declined from their natural size, and were dwindling down until they became the size of ants, after which they vanished from this state and no one knew what became of them.


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