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  1. #6
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    Jan 2013
    Sydney, Australia
    Faye is one of my favourite names. I don't know why you'd receive backlash for it, to be honest. I think it's beautiful.
    As for a middle name though, I think it would be best to use a name with more then one syllable, to help with the flow. A lot of marinadancel17's suggestions are really lovely.
    c a r a

    Francesca Violet / Arden Sage / Ramona Lux
    Allegra // Cecily // Faye // Harper // Lyla // Poppy // Romilly // Tansy // Zosia

    Dashiell Robin
    Arlo // Asa // Cedric // Eliot // Flynn // Jasper // Leo // Mason // Otto // Roman // Seth

  2. #8
    Join Date
    Apr 2011

  3. #10
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Maybe I'm the odd one out here, but I see no reason why you'd get backlash for I missing something? What's the problem with it? I think that its adorably vintage and totally ready for a comeback. Also, I know if I were a little girl and found out my name meant fairy I would have been thrilled! It is also my niece's middle name so maybe I'm biased. She is Emma Faye, which I think is sweet.

    I agree that a longer middle name would be a good choice, especially if you want to use a part time double name. My faves:

    Faye Charlotte
    Faye Caroline
    Faye Annabel

  4. #12
    I love Faye! It's one of my top names right now. I'm considering Faye Margot, Faye Elinor or Faye Robin

  5. #14
    I love Faye- I even like the fairy connection, i dont think people call homosexuals fairies anymore do they?? even if they did i think Faye is a bit of a leap - I would have been happy to have the name.
    Some suggestions:

    Faye Lillian
    Faye Laurel (I think names starting with L go really nice with Faye such as Louise suggested)
    Faye Elizabeth
    Faye Olivia
    Faye Louisa
    Faye Rose

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