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Gender: Female Origin of Fae: Spelling variation of Faye

The name Fae is a girl's name . Fae and is often added to lists like Film Noir Baby Names and discussed in our forums with posts like "Names on NB that make you go WOW!".

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Now that Faye is back on the Top 1000 after a decades-long absence, its spelling variations are being revived as well. Fae was given to nearly as many baby girls last year as Fay and may be especially attractive as a middle name option.

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meaganegibson Says:

2016-07-25T03:53:22

I love this spelling, but I prefer the 'aye' spelling. This spellings reminds me just a little too much of the word 'fake' ://

Marlaina Says:

2016-05-12T20:23:00

I thought Fay (Fae) meant fairy...anyway, I'm not sure what first name my second child will have but if I have a girl her middle name will be Fae regardless. My hubby found the name and this spelling in a book and we both love it.

emmyb80 Says:

2015-05-26T14:30:10

I was thinking of using this as a nickname for Florence Amelia or Fawn Aurora (our surname begins with E).

Ellen Says:

2014-12-19T15:15:20

I had a beautiful baby girl on July 29 this yr and I named her Fae Marie everyone loves it I thought it was unique plus kinda old fashion no one is named Fae

Myosotis Says:

2014-07-01T22:41:38

I love this, and especially with this spelling (I love the ae)! It's so magical and mystical, but still grounded and earthy, with just a touch of feisty. I have it as a middle in my fave combo, although it's great as a first too. I think it's so much more interesting than the usual Rose, Grace etc. and similar enough to Mae/May still be familiar.