Morgan le Fay

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From Old Welsh or Old Breton Morgen (a female given name unrelated with the male one Morgan, literally sea-born) + Old French la fee (the fairy).

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Morgan le Fay

  1. (Arthurian legend) The half-sister of King Arthur, known for being a powerful enchantress.
    Synonyms: Morgaine

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