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Spell Faith right. It looks as if someone was trying to make it look "ancient" or something.
someone-  6/22/2020
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Awful spelling.
kayisforkeen  10/16/2018
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The 'E' at the end is unnecessary.
Luvbug86  8/13/2017
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The violinist and artist Faithe-Lynne Athens spells her name this way. It's really sweet and it separates it from the word, making it more graceful and pretty.
It doesn't ruin the name, tell me if I'm wrong, but isn't Isabelle, nicer than Isobel, and Maisie nicer than Masey, and that's all because of adding different spellings to make the name more gracefull! There's nothing wrong with it. Personally, I think it makes the name Faith better because it separates it from the word. It's sweet.
OttilieMaisie  4/3/2015
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Personally, I wouldn't name a child a vocabulary word spelt wrongly. As an English speaker, "Faithe" looks wrong to me, and I feel it's quite pretentious to use an obsolete spelling of "faith". Faith is already a beautiful name - it doesn't need any of these elaborations.
― Anonymous User  10/14/2009
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This rather looks like a pseudo-retro spelling of 'faith', and although no one who understands the logic of the spelling and pronunciation rules of the English language would pronounce the name wrong, the final 'e' is pretentious and redundant. Face it: she still has a tacky name that indicates that the parents are sappy Christians!
slight night shiver  5/24/2008
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I HATE 'modern' English names, leave well enough alone and spell them like a normal person. Most of the 'modern English' names look like a two year old was trying to spell it. The only GOOD thing I can think of with the E on the end of this name is it makes it look almost Celtic or something. But that's it.
― Anonymous User  8/17/2007
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Makes me think of 'wraith' for some reason. I don't know why. *shruggs*
― Anonymous User  8/17/2007
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It's not TOO bad, I guess. The "e" is kinda random though. I think it would just confuse people. They might think the name's "Faith-ee". Not fun.
scarletquillraven  3/23/2007
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How is this supposed to be pronounced? Fay-EETH, FAITH-ee? If you want to call your child "Faith" then do so! Why try to corrupt such a beautiful word?
― Anonymous User  2/6/2007
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I think Faithe looks pretty with the 'e' at the end.
7up  1/1/2007
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Do you spell the word Faith with an E on the end? No. So it's taking away the meaning, leave the poor names alone, they were fine before some stupid people changed them.
― Anonymous User  10/24/2006

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