This crossword clue is for the definition: Fairy queen of folklore.
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Possible Answers: MAB.
Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 25 May 2018, Friday
Random information on the term “MAB”:
Queen Mab is a fairy referred to in William Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet, where “she is the fairies’ midwife.” In the play, she is a symbol for freedom and also becomes Romeo’s psyche after he realizes that he is also a floating spirit. Later, she appears in other poetry and literature, and in various guises in drama and cinema. In the play, her activity is described in a famous speech by Mercutio written originally in prose and often adapted into iambic pentameter, in which she is described as a miniature creature who performs midnight pranks upon sleepers. Being driven by a team of atomies, she rides her chariot over their noses and “delivers the fancies of sleeping men.” She is also described as a midwife to help sleepers “give birth” to their dreams. She may be a figure borrowed from folklore, and though she is often associated with the Irish Medb in popular culture, and has been suggested by historian Thomas Keightley to be from Habundia, a more likely origin for her name would be from Mabel and the Middle English derivative “Mabily” (as used by Chaucer) all from the Latin amabilis (“lovable”).