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Famous bearer actress Faye Dunaway.
-- Anonymous User  12/14/2005
I've always seen the meaning of Faye to be "a little fairy" or just "fairy" in general.
-- Anonymous User  12/29/2005
There is a novelist named Faye Kellerman.
-- Anonymous User  11/28/2006
I love the name Faye, I think it's so gorgeous. It's a great middle name too. Like Audrey Faye. I think it sounds so elegant! It also reminds me of Faye Dunaway, and then it reminds me of Joan Crawford since she played her in Mommie Dearest. Otherwise, I think it's cute.
-- roxhai  3/6/2007
Pretty, much better than the spelling Fay.
-- Luangi  4/9/2007
Sort of a famous bearer: Faye Tourney, British soldier who was held in Iran.
-- writergirl101  4/15/2007
My daughter's middle name is Faye and she absolutely loves it. She says when she becomes famous, she'll drop her surname and only use her first and middle. LOL.
-- Anonymous User  4/15/2007
I think this name is really cute. I used it for a character in one of my many stories!
-- princesskisa  4/18/2007
Faye is a special name to me, not only is it my middle name (Amanda Faye) but also my mom's and my late grandmother's. The French meaning is fairy, the Irish-Gealic meaning is raven. I even went by Faye for a few years because of how common my first name is. I love the name, it just has a sweet southern sound to it.
-- IrishEyes  5/18/2007
Chinese singer Faye Wong is a famous bearer.
-- Zan11  9/7/2007
The character Faye Valentine from Cowboy Bebop is a famous bearer.
-- teenrobo3  2/5/2008
This isn't a bad one-syllable name, but it has rather been ruined by all the associations to dimwitted trailer trash and country girls, for whom this is a very common middle name.
-- slight night shiver  4/22/2008
Huh. I really like this name WITH an E than without.
-- JellyBee  6/5/2008
I believe there was a woman named Faye (or maybe Fay) Fuller, I think her last name was, who climbed Mt. Rainier and became very famous as the first woman to attempt such a *gasp* scandalous thing. Morgan le Fey (or Fay, if you prefer) was also a famous, if mythical, bearer of the name.
-- authorgirl  9/12/2008
Faye with an "e" is also my middle name, and while I didn't care for it as a child, I love it now. Mine derives from women on both sides of my family, and I think it is beautiful, both in meaning and sound. It works well as a middle name in many cases. I like the added "e."
-- faye  12/8/2008
This is a name that a girl could grow into as she gets older. I definitely don't associate it with country girls. Must be a dumb British thing.
-- Anonymous User  11/15/2009
Faye is just the softest sounding name that there is.
-- vomiting  2/14/2011
This sounds weird, but I prefer this as a boys name.
-- FlakyMatt  4/24/2011
I like it for boys, too. It's usually spelled for boys as Fay.
-- Anonymous User  6/20/2013
The name Faye was given to 230 baby girls in the US in 2012. It's a very sweet name :)
-- Oohvintage  7/16/2013

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