Katy

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Katy

  1. A female given name, diminutive of Katherine and of its variant forms.
  2. The Missouri, Kansas and Texas (M.K.T) Railroad.
    She caught the Katy and left me a mule to ride. Song title.
  3. A village in Poland
  4. A city in Texas
  5. An unincorporated community in West Virginia

Quotations[edit]

  • 1876 Elizabeth Prentiss: Stepping Heavenward, and Aunt Jane's Hero. Ward, Lock&Tyler 1876. page 87:
    The very first thing, however, Ernest annoyed me by calling me Katherine, though he knows I hate that name, and want to be called Katy as if I were a lovable person, as I certainly am (sometimes).

Noun[edit]

Katy (plural Katies)

  1. An apple cultivar from Sweden

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