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Origin: Azerbaijan
Region Origin: Western Asia

Fay is a feminine name of French origin, meaning "fairy". It is derived from the Old French word "faie," which means "fairy," and comes from the Latin word "fata," translating to "fate" or "destiny". The name Fay has also inspired various enchanting alternative spellings, such as Fae, Faye, and Fey. The name Fay has been used as a given name since the 19th century. In some cases, it may be used as a short form of the name Faith. The name Fay has appeared in literature, such as in Geoffrey of Monmouth's chronicles, where it is associated with the name Morgan le Fay. The name Fay has also been used in popular culture, such as in the television show "American Horror Story" and the "Harry Potter" series.

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