That's probably the Old-English (anglo-saxon language) spelling.
The term for a festival, gathering, or exhibition is spelled fair.However, the pseudo-archaic form fayre is used in some venues, e.g. summer fayre.
Fair or sometimes fayre
Faire OR Fayre
timbuktu is spelled differently because the people in Mali there spell it differently and pronounce it in a diverse way.
The US spelling is fair (festival, pageant) but some venues, mostly in the UK, use the pseudo-archaic form "summer fayre."
Words that are spelled the same but pronounced differently are HOMOGRAPHS (a type of HOMONYM).
Unglourious Basterds is spelled differently because Quentin Tarantino wanted to be original and different
spelled their name differently
a homonym if it is spelt differently it is a heteronym
well, you have a typo, but spelled the same/sound the same but mean different=homophones spelled differently, sound different, mean the same thing= homonyms
No, it's not.
they spelt differently but they sound the same
The duration of Glastonbury Fayre is 1.45 hours.
Barbarous English Fayre was created in 1989.
They are spelled differently?
Yes, they are spelled differently
They are spelled differently.
ARMOUR can be spelled as ARMOR CIVILISATION can be spelled as CIVILIZATION CO-OPERATE can be spelled as COOPERATE CO-ORDINATE can be spelled as COORDINATE DIARRHOEA can be spelled as DIARRHEA
German translation of definite article 'the' is der (masculine), die (feminine) or das (neutral). It is spelled differently, because German is a different language. If they were spelled the same, it would not be German, but English.
Words that mean the same but spelled differently are called synonyms.
Through sounds like stew but is spelled differently.
There is actually no way to say Courtney in Spanish... many names in English are spelled the same, and only pronounced differently in Spanish. Some names are pronounced and spelled differently in Spanish but Courtney just isn't one of them. One example of a name that is spelled and pronounced differently is Andrew, in Spanish it's spelled Andres with an accent over the e.