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  1. #6
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    To me, Fate is more word name than virtue. Although it's easier to live up to Fate than Patience or Remember, if Fate ends up in a bad situation (such as prison), it might be very ironic.

    I'd use it as a middle. Or, it could be a nickname for Felicity, though it would be a stretch.

    P.S. Spelling wise, use Fate. Fate would be misspelled or misheard as Faith more often than not, so using the correct spelling would make it a tad easier.
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  2. #8
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    I like it... Fate is really cool short and sweet

  3. #10
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    I prefer the Fate spelling. But I like Kismet even more! You could use nn Kizzy or Izzy

  4. #12
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    Fate is cute, but I think people would think you said "Faith" since it's more common. Same thing might happen even if you used it as a middle name. Just my opinion.
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  5. #14
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    Virtue names always have positive connotations (Faith, Hope, Charity, you get the point), but to me Fate has a distinctly negative vibe.

    If you do use it, I would definitely choose the regular Fate spelling. I'm not at all a fan of Faight or Faite.

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