Definition of Morgan le Fay

1. Noun. (Arthurian legend) a wicked enchantress who was the half sister and enemy of King Arthur.

Generic synonyms: Faerie, Faery, Fairy, Fay, Sprite



Definition of Morgan le Fay

1. Proper noun. (''in Arthurian legend'') The half-sister of King Arthur ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Morgan Le Fay

Morgagni's liquor
Morgagni's nodule
Morgagni's prolapse
Morgagni's retinaculum
Morgagni's sinus
Morgagni's spheres
Morgagni's syndrome
Morgagni's tubercle
Morgagni's valves
Morgagni's ventricle
Morgagni-Adams-Stokes syndrome
Morgan
Morgan's bacillus
Morgan's fold
Morgan City
Morgan le Fay (current term)
Morganella
Morganella morganii
Morgans
Morgantown
Morgellons
Morian
Morians
Moriarty
Morija
Morioka
Moriori
Morioris
Morison's pouch
Morlett's crocodile

Literary usage of Morgan le Fay

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Le Morte Darthur: Sir Thomas Malory's Book of King Arthur and of His Noble by Thomas Malory, William Caxton (1903)
"Sir, she said, wit you well that ye be a prisoner, and worse than ye ween ; for my lady, my cousin Queen Morgan le Fay, keepeth you here for none other ..."

2. La Mort D'Arthure: The History of King Arthur and of the Knights of the by Thomas Malory (1866)
"And then came the knight that held queene Morgan le Fay as paramour, ... My faire friend," said Morgan le Fay, " ride not after that knight, for certainely ..."

3. The Romance of King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table by Thomas Malory, Alfred William Pollard (1917)
"HOW QUEEN Morgan le Fay MADE GREAT SORROW FOR THE DEATH OF ACCOLON, AND HOW SHE STOLE AWAY ... Then came tidings unto Morgan le Fay that Accolon was dead, ..."

4. The Writings of Mark Twain [pseud.] by Mark Twain, Charles Dudley Warner (1889)
"CHAPTER XVI Morgan le Fay IF knights errant were to be believed, not all castles were desirable places to seek hospitality in. As a matter of fact, ..."

5. The Arthurian Tales: The Greatest of Romances which Recount the Noble and by Thomas Malory, Ernest Rhys (1906)
"THE meanwhile Morgan le Fay had believed that King Arthur was dead. ... "Care not thou," said Morgan le Fay, "for now I see my time in the which it is best ..."

6. The English Illustrated Magazine (1904)
"Said Morgan le Fay : " Would you be whole, Or are you ready for mortal sleep? ... said Morgan le Fay. " I would if it were not for Alice la Belle : I dream ..."

7. The Writings of Mark Twain by Mark Twain, Charles Dudley Warner (1899)
"Morgan le Fay IF knights errant were to be believed, not all castles were desirable places to seek hospitality in. As a matter of fact, knights errant were ..."

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