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Thread: Fae or Faye
May 14th, 2014 08:45 PM #6Happiest being Lulu's Mama
My favorites are always changing and never "go together"
Girls: Spencer. Clementine. Juliet. Selah. Mae-Claire. Brighton. Bellamy. Anouk. Oona. Holiday. Tallulah. Fifer. Delphine. Magnolia. Simone. Octavia. Chloe
Boys: Teague, Nash, John, Dexter. Everett. Harrison. Knoll. Baylor. Cormac. Pierce. Crew. August. Dawson. Thayer. Fletcher. Hayes. Gibson. Reid. Anson. Foster
May 14th, 2014 08:53 PM #8Not expecting, just a girl with an interest in etymology.
Ivy Adelaide/Lyra Evangeline/Eliza Genevieve
Hugo Benjamin/James Anthony/Rory Alexander
Octavia, Astrid, Demelza, Hestia, Wallis
Rafferty, Malachy, Jasper, Harrison, Roscoe, Sidney, Killian
May 15th, 2014 05:14 AM #10Member
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Both names mean fairy; Faye itself means "fairy", and Fae is simply the plural form of the word (meaning multiple fairies), so there is that elemental/fantasy association. However, I think the names are beautiful and not overwhelming in their associations to the magical.
With that said, I do prefer the Fae spelling in your case just because the potential middle name already has a "y". Personally, I find Fae Sylvana more visually appealing than Faye Sylvana; having two of the letter "y" would bug me.