, originally a nickname from "faith, loyalty" or "a fairy".
, anglicized from u00D3 Fiaich and u00D3 Fathaigh.
A female given name, pet form of Faith or Frances; often used as a middle name.
Origin: From fegien, fæien, from fægja, from fēgijanan, from pōḱ-. Cognate with feja, feje, fegen, vegen. More at feague, fake, fair.
a fairy; an elf
faith; as, by my fay
to fit; to join; to unite closely, as two pieces of wood, so as to make the surface fit together
to lie close together; to fit; to fadge; -- often with in, into, with, or together
Origin: [OF. fei, F. foi. See Faith.]
Fay is an American sitcom starring Lee Grant as the title character. The series aired on NBC from September 1975 to June 1976.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
fā, n. a fairy. [O. Fr. fee—L. fata, a fairy—L. fatum, fate.]
fā, n. (Shak.) faith.
fā, v.i. to fit, unite closely.—v.t. to fit together closely. [A.S. fégan; Ger. fügen.]
Fey, fā, v.t. (prov.) to clean out, as a ditch.
The numerical value of FAY in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of FAY in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Ricky Let's drop it. Let's ecks-nay on the becks-nay. Ig-pay atlin-lay. Bobby Will you ut-shay your outh-may Ricky Ayn-saying-ay Bobby I don't know, you're doing it wrong, I don't understand what the hell you're saying. Ricky Onch-pay oo-bay ... ay-bay ay-way Bobby Ut-shay your ace-fay, asshole-ay. Ricky Did you hear that Did you hear what he said Whadaya think of that
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