Fayre comes from an English surname, a variant spelling of Fair meaning "fair, beautiful" which comes from Old English fæger (beautiful, good-looking, attractive) which ultimately derives from a PIE root word. As a surname, Fair could also have been given to someone who had blond hair, or someone who was honest and unbiased. Apparently Fair was also used as a… Continue reading Fayre
Hakue is a Japanese unisex name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: haku 白 "white" + e 恵 "favor, blessing; grace; kindness" (白恵); haku 毫 "fine hair; brush" + e 衛 "defense; protection" (毫衛); haku 博 "doctor, PhD; fair, exposition; esteem; winning acclaim" + e 衛 "defense; protection" (博衛); Written in hiragana it's はくえ.
Fiera is a word in Esperanto meaning "proud"; it's also a word in Spanish meaning "wild animal, wild beast" and also "wild" which comes from Latin fera (wild animal, beast) via ferus (wild, savage; uncivilized) which ultimately derives from PIE *ǵʰwer- (wild; wild animal). Fiera is also an Italian word meaning "fair, exhibition" which comes from Late Latin feria (festival, holy… Continue reading Fiera