Tag: water spirit


Xanas are nymphs and or fairies. Folklore Origin: Asturian Folklore (Present day Spain) Creature Origin: Said to be women of the Moors that were left behind when they left Appearance: […]

Posted August 27, 2011


Rusalka or Rusalki (plural) are water nymphs. Folklore Origin: Slavic Folklore Creature Origin: According to folklore they’re the souls/spirits of young women or girls who died an unatural death, such […]

Posted August 20, 2011


Nix (plural: Nixen, female version: Nixie) are malicious water creatures, often confused with mermaids due to both their siren nature and their occasional half-human, half-fish form. “Nix” comes from the […]

Posted August 16, 2011

Leanan sídhe

Leanan sidhe is a fairy-lover and dark muse who continuously seeks out male companions to fulfill her sexually vampiric cravings. Other Name(s): Lhiannan shee, Lliannan-She, Leanan Sidhe Name Meaning(s): Barrow-lover […]

Posted August 13, 2011


The Korrigans (Corrigans) are water fairies. They are descendents of female druids and ancient worshippers of earth goddesses. They are very lustful and often lure men into their watery beds, […]

Posted August 12, 2011


Fand is a fairy queen, who was once married to the sea god Manannan. She is associated with an early Irish sea goddess, and is also associated with pleasure, youth […]

Posted August 6, 2011


Ellyllon are tiny fairies and, although they are not elves per say, they have some of the characteristics of certain kinds of Celtic elves. Name Note(s): Ellyllon is the plural […]

Posted August 5, 2011