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    Default Winter fey

    In a novel, one of the characters says:
    I almost snickered when I detected a red hue forming on his snow-white skin. An embarrased winter fey. Cute.
    Does anybody know how to translate "winter fey" into Spanish?

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    Default Re: Winter fey

    Since it seems fey refers to a fairy, the translation would be "Hada invernal". Winter = Invierno, Invernal means it is related to winter, merely putting Invierno would not stablish a connection.

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