I like [name]Freya[/name] for a girl, but what about [name]Frey[/name]? Or even Fray?
I think it sounds nice. Easy to spell and pronounce, but not very popular. I also like “The Fray” and even though I don’t like the name because of them, it sure is a nice association.

Any ideas about Fray / [name]Frey[/name]? Middle names?

I just think of the expression ‘in the fray’ (or is it ‘frey’?). nms, but I don’t think it is too ‘out there’.

I think of the verb, like “my skirt is fraying”. It’s not really the nicest word name because it means something is worn and falling apart. It also means a fight or battle, like “to start a fray”. It does have a nice sound, but I wouldn’t use it. I love [name]Freya[/name] though.

I know someone with the last name [name]Frey[/name]. It’s pronounced Fry not Fray. [name]How[/name] would you pronounce it? I think plenty of people give their children surnames as first names that it isn’t too bizarre. I could see a boy named [name]Frey[/name].

I LOOOVVEEE this name, but I am to scared to use it in real life.

As someone else mentioned, it’s pn like Fry, I know someone with the last name as well. Fray on the other hand, just makes me think of a the word fray: “to wear (as an edge of cloth) by or as if by rubbing” - Fray Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

So I don’t find it very attractive, sorry

[name]Frey[/name] and fray are pronounced the same. [name]Frey[/name] is a Norse god, but because it sounds like fray, I don’t think it’s usable. It makes me think of the rope joke, the punch line is, “I’m a frayed knot.”