adjective see pixie I

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  • pixieish — pixie (also pixy) ► NOUN (pl. pixies) ▪ a supernatural being in folklore, typically portrayed as a tiny man with pointed ears and a pointed hat. DERIVATIVES pixieish adjective. ORIGIN of unknown origin …   English terms dictionary

  • pixieish — Synonyms and related words: antic, elfin, elfish, elflike, elvish, faery, fairy, fairyish, fairylike, fay, frisky, gnomelike, gnomish, impish, kittenish, mischievous, pixie, pixilated, puckish, sylphidine, sylphine, sylphish, sylphlike, sylphy …   Moby Thesaurus

  • pixieish — pix·ie·ish …   English syllables

  • pixieish — …   Useful english dictionary

  • pixie — I. noun also pixy (plural pixies) Etymology: origin unknown Date: circa 1630 1. fairy; specifically a cheerful mischievous sprite 2. a usually petite vivacious woman or girl • pixieish adjective II …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • pixie — /pik see/, n. 1. a fairy or sprite, esp. a mischievous one. 2. a small, pert, or mischievous person. adj. 3. Also, pixieish, pixyish. playfully impish or mischievous; prankish: pixie mood; a pixie sense of humor. [1620 30; orig. dial. (SW… …   Universalium

  • pixielike — adjective Resembling or characteristic of a pixie. Syn: pixieish, pixyish …   Wiktionary

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