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Gender: F Meaning of Bonnie: "beautiful and cheerful" Origin of Bonnie: Scottish

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Bonnie is a word the Scots really do use for pretty, thus the root of this name, from the French bonne. Gone With the Wind gave Bonnie a big push when Scarlett and Rhett used it for their daughter. Her full name was Eugenie Victoria, but the pet name came from the fact that she had "eyes as blue as the bonnie blue flag."

Bonnie's last moment in the limelight came in the late sixties with the film Bonnie and Clyde, about outlaw Bonnie Parker, but it's been pretty much out of the fashion loop for decades now--though there have recently been Bonnies in The Vampire Diaries and The Hunger Games.

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Famous People Named Bonnie

Bonnie Parker - American outlaw during the 1930's
Bonnie Raitt - American singer
Bonnie Hunt - American actress and TV host
Bonnie Wright - English actress, portrays Ginny Weasley in the "Harry Potter" movies.
Bonnie Gruesen - American actress/singer
Bonnie Joanne Chapman - Dog the Bounty Hunter & Beth Chapman's Daughter
Bonnie Bedelia Culkin, American actress

Pop Culture References for the Name Bonnie

Bonnie Silver/Conner, main character in Bryan Davis's Dragons in Our Midst series
Bonnie Bennett, in the series The Vampire Diaries
Bonnie Rockwell, character from Kim Possible
Bonnie, minor character from The Hunger Games series
Bonnie Gilliland (Daughter of Jean Smart and Richard Gilliland)
Bonnie, minor character in Toy Story 3
Bonnie Blue Butler, Scarlett and Rhett's daughter in "Gone With the Wind."
Bonnie & Clyde - movie/TV show about Bonnie Parker
"The Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomond" - Scottish song
Bonnie Rose, from the movie "Keeping the Faith"
Bonnie Howard, from the movie "Heartaches"

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