1. Kuća izvan grada, okružena vrtom, raskošan letnjikovac, kuća izrađena u obliku letnjikovca.
2. Polubožansko biće (po religioznom verovanju). (lat.)
ETYM Old Eng. fairie, faierie, enchantment, fairy folk, fairy, Old Fren. faerie enchantment, French féer, from Late Lat. Fata one of the goddesses of fate. Related to Fate, Fay a fairy.
Small, human in form, playful, having magical powers; SYN. faery, faerie, sprite.
ETYM Old Eng. gobelin, French gobelin, Late Lat. gobelinus; cf. German kobold, Eng. kobold, cobalt, Armor. gobilin an ignis fatuus, goblin.
(Folklore) A small grotesque supernatural creature that makes trouble for human beings; SYN. hob, hobgoblin.
ETYM Old Fren. espirit, esperit, French esprit, Latin spiritus, from spirare to breathe, to blow. Related to Conspire, Expire, Esprit, Sprite.
1. A fundamental emotional and activating principle determining one's character.
2. Any incorporeal supernatural being that can become visible (or audible) to human beings.
3. The general atmosphere of a place or situation; SYN. tone, feel, feeling, flavor, look, smell.
4. The vital principle or animating force within living things.
5. Strong alcoholic beverage, other type of alcohol, or white spirit.
ETYM Old Eng. sprit, French esprit, from Latin spiritus. Related to Spirit, Sprightly.
1. A spirit; a soul; a shade; also, an apparition.
2. An elf; a fairy; a goblin.
In computing, a graphics object made up of a pattern of pixels (picture elements) defined by a computer programmer. Some high-level languages and applications programs contain routines that allow a user to define the shape, colors, and other characteristics of individual graphics objects. These objects can then be manipulated and combined to produce animated games or graphic screen displays.
ETYM French sylphe, from Greek, a kind of grub, beetle, or moth.
1. A slender graceful young woman.
2. An elemental being believed to inhabit the air.
3. Airy female spirit or fairy-creature; slim girl.
4. Spirit of air; slim girl.
ETYM Latin villa, Late Lat. also village, dim. of Latin vicus a village: cf. Italian and French villa. Related to Vicinity, Vill, Village, Villain.
1. Pretentious and luxurious country residence with extensive grounds.
2. Country house in ancient Rome consisting of residential quarters and farm buildings around a courtyard.
3. (British) Detached or semi-detached suburban house.
Francisco 1878-1923 Pancho Villa originally Doroteo Arango Mexican bandit and revolutionary.