Definition of

Fay

  1. (noun, person) a small being, human in form, playful and having magical powers

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Synonyms of Fay

faerie, faery, fairy, sprite

Origin of the word Fay

  1. "fairy," 1393, from O.Fr. fae, from V.L. fata, fem. sing of L. fata (neut. pl.), lit. "the Fates." Adj. meaning "homosexual" is attested from 1950s. more

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Words that sound like Fay

f, fa, faa, fab, fae, fao, fauve, fbi, fe, feb, feb 2, fee, feoff, few, fey, fha, fib, fief, fife, fifo, five, fo, fob, fob off, foe, fop, fovea

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