Faye may refer to:

  • Faye (given name)
  • Faye (surname)
  • Faye family
  • 4P/Faye is a periodic comet discovered in 1843 by Hervé Faye
  • Faye, Loir-et-Cher, France (village)
  • La Faye, France (village)
  • Faye-d'Anjou, France (village)
  • Hurricane Faye (1975)

Other articles related to "faye":

List Of Mad Men Characters - Other Characters - Faye Miller
... Faye Miller (Cara Buono) is a psychologist and freelance consultant who provides market research for Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce ... Don later reveals his past as Dick Whitman and entrusts Faye with the information ... Faye quits working with SCDP after Don submits a full-page ad to The New York Times saying SCDP will no longer work with tobacco companies (as her firm continues to do so) ...
List Of Minor Emmerdale Characters (1996) - Faye Clarke
... Faye Clarke Emmerdale character Portrayed by Helena Calvert Introduced by Mervyn Watson First appearance August 1996 Last appearance October 1996 ... Shortly after her introduction, Faye was described as being a "Glamorous blonde" and a "brazen hussy" by Tony Purnell of the Daily Mirror ... Another reporter for the paper called Faye "glamorous" and said that she was a "mini-skirted character" ...
Faye, Loir-et-Cher
... Faye is a commune in the Loir-et-Cher department of central France. ...
Susan Faye Cannon
... Susan Faye Cannon, born Walter Faw Cannon (1925, Durham, North Carolina – 1981) was an American historian of science ... In 1976 Cannon changed his name to Susan Faye Cannon, thereafter referring to himself as a 'male woman' ...
Little Old New York
... The film stars Alice Faye, Fred MacMurray, and Richard Greene, and is based on the play by Rida Johnson Young, which opened on September 8, 1920 and starred Genevieve Tobin, Douglas Wood, and ... This is one of Faye's few non-musical features, and her fans complained about her not singing in it, so a song was later included ... Faye's participation in the song was minimal ...