Fairies

Quick Guides:
Female: Elves, Fairies, Mermaids, Nymphs, Other
Male

Female names

Elves
Albreda: old german: Counsel from the elves
Alfreda/Alfi/Alfie: old english: Elf power
Aubrey: norwegian: Elf-ruler
Ellette: welsh: Little elf
Elvina: welsh: Befriended by elves
Nissa: scandinavian: Friendly elf
Radella: old english: Elfin advisor


Fairies
Ayperi: turkish: Moon fairy
Daul Yo Jung: korean: Moon fairy
Diwata ng Buwan: philippines: Moon fairy
Fada da Lua: portuguese: Moon fairy
Fatina della luna: italian: Moon fairy
Faye: french: Fairy
Fee de la lune: french: Moon fairy
Feya Luny: russian: Moon fairy
Gulperi (gool-peh-ree): turkish: Rose fairy
Hada de Luna: spanish: Moon fairy
Holdtuendér: hungarian: Moon fairy
Koali pehu: hawaiian: Moon fairy
Ksiezycowa Wrozka: polish: Moon fairy
Kuun haltijatar: finnish: Moon fairy
Lamia: latin: Fairy
Lunavica: serbic: Moon fairy
Lunnaya Feya: russian: Moon fairy
Lunshi/Lunshea: gaelic: Moon fairy
Maanelfje: dutch: Moon fairy
Maanfeetjie: afrikaans: Moon fairy
Måne Fe: norwegian: Moon fairy
Månefé/Månealf: danish: Moon fairy
Månfé/Månälva: swedish: Moon fairy
Mondfee: german: Moon fairy
Nidawi (ni-dah-wee): native american: Fairy girl
Nympha lunaris: latin: Moon fairy
Oonmay Airyefay: pig latin: Moon fairy
Pari: persian: Fairy
Parikhan: persian: Fairy queen
Peri: turkish: Fairy
Peri Bulan: indonesian: Moon fairy
Perizada: persian: Born of the fairies
Pixie: anglo-saxon: Sprite; small fairy
Qamarjinniyatoon: arabic: Moon fairy
Tania/Tanya: russian: Fairy queen
Tatiana: Russian: Fairy queen
Tsuki no You-sei: japanese: Moon fairy
Tylwyth Teg y Lleuad: welsh: Moon fairy
Yue Liang Sian Zi: mandarin: Moon fairy
Yu leong seen zee: Cantonese: Moon fairy


Mermaids
Lorelei (lohr-e-lye): german: Siren, lurer to the rocks
Marina: russian: Sea maiden
Murdachan (Mer-dock-an): scottish: Mermaid
Nerine (nehr-een): greek: A mermaid, one from the sea
Nymphamarina: latin: Mermaid
Parthenope (par-then-oh-pee): greek: A siren
Siren: greek: From Greek mythology, the Sirens were beautiful maiden-birds that lived on the rocky shores of the Mediterranean Sea. They lured sailors to their death on the cliffs with their beautiful songs.
Sirena: italian: Siren


Nymphs
Amalthea: latin: A Nymph; nurse of Jupiter
Aretha: greek: Nymph
Cyrene: greek: Name of mythological nymph
Echo: greek: a nymph who fell in love with Narcissas, but was only able to repeat his words
Egeria (eh-jeer-ee-ah): latin: A nymph
Evadne (eh-vahd-nee): greek: a water nymph
Galatea: greek: A sea nymph
Hamadryas (hah-mah-dree-ahs): latin: Wood-nymph
Lara: latin: Well-known, name of nymph
Melia: greek: Nymph daughter of Oceanus
Rhiannon: welsh: A mythological nymph
Syrinx: greek: A nymph changed into a reed
Venilia: greek: A nymph


Other
Aideen: gaelic: Irish legendary lover of the fairy man
Ella/Elle: english: Elf, beautiful fairy woman
Nixie: old german: Water sprite
Nympha: latin: Fairy, nymph, nature spirit
Satu (sah-too): finnish: Fairytale
Shay/Shea: celtic: Fairy place

Male names

Alfred/Alf: old english: Elf power
Avery: anglo-saxon: Ruler of the elves
Calis: irish/welsh: Moon elf
Nanus: latin: Dwarf
Perizad: persian: Born of fairies

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