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pixie,

in English folklore, spirit or fairy. The pixie is commonly represented as a mischievous imp who delights in flustering young maidens and leading travelers astray.

pixie

, pixy
(in folklore) a fairy or elf
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I was just comforting Pixie on the floor and they were amazing, orchestrating everything.
While Pixie is very excited about the West End show, she is also anxious.
To be released as her Christmas single and featured on her new album Platinum Pixie, 20p of every single sale goes straight to Alder Hey Children's Charity.
Pixie is looking forward to learning complicated dance moves while on Strictly, adding: "There's so many strict rules with ballroom and Latin that I've only just found out from doing the last couple of days.
Pixie hasn't released any d" details of the out she is planning to wear for her St Augustine's gig for Year 13 students on their last day at the school on June 25.
Victoria Louise was nicknamed Pixie by her mother because she was so cute as a baby and at 15 she signed a recording deal with American music mogul LA Reid.
London-born Pixie was spotted by producer Matthew Bird in a promotional film for the NHS organ donation campaign.
In the mid-'70S, when he was a boy and some of the country's first Pixie tangerines were ripening in Ojai groves, it was not unusual to find trees stripped from waist-high down.
Summary: Pixie Lott conjured up an amazing and original Halloween treat for her fans.
The new compact Magimix Nespresso Pixie is available in three different colors: lime, blue and aluminum.
What a year it has been for Pixie Lott, and now it''s about to get even bigger