How to pronounce


To pronounce "Feyre," start by making the "f" sound. This is done by pressing your top teeth against your bottom lip. Then, transition into the "ay" sound, which is made by opening your mouth halfway and slightly raising your tongue towards the roof of your mouth. Lastly, end with the "r" sound, which is made by vibrating your tongue against the roof of your mouth.

British pronunciation: /feər/ (pronounced like "fair" without the "i")

American pronunciation: /feɪr/ (pronounced like "fay" with an "r" at the end)

Definition of


Feyre (noun): a name of Celtic origin meaning "fair" or "bright".

- As a proper noun, Feyre is a character from the fantasy novel series "A Court of Thorns and Roses" by Sarah J. Maas.
- As a common noun, feyre can also refer to a fairy or ethereal being in Celtic folklore.

Example of use for the proper noun version:

"I love Feyre's character development throughout the series."

Example of use for the common noun version:

"Legend says that feyres were known to trick travelers with their mesmerizing beauty."

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