Judy

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Judy

  1. A diminutive of Judith, also used as a formal female given name.

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  • 1931 Rose Fyleman: Punch and Judy:
    "Punch," said Judy,
    "You're looking moody."
    "Judy," said Punch,
    "I want my lunch."
  • 1989 Judy Carter: Stand-up Comedy: A Book Dell Publ.1989. ISBN 0440502438 page 35:
    I've never met an old person named Judy. Now that's true. Maybe something happens to girls with young names like Debby, Judy, and Susie. At a certain age they make you change it to Doris, Edna, or Myrtle.