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Gender: F Origin of Judy: Diminutive of Judith Meaning of Judith: Hebrew, "He will be praised, or woman from Judea"

Judy was the nickname of choice for almost all the Judiths born in the 1940s and 50s; today's little Judiths are much more likely to be called Judith -- or, possibly, Jude.

Famous People Named Judy

Judy Garland (born Frances Ethel Gumm), American actress
Judy Blume, American author
Judy Parfitt, English actress
Judy Holliday, American actress
Judy Greer, American actress
Judy Cornwell, English actress

Pop Culture References for the Name Judy

Judy, character from "Punch and Judy" puppet show
"Judy Moody," book and character by Megan McDonald
Judy Turner, A Chorus Line character
"Judy is a Punk," song by The Ramones
"Why Judy Why", song by Billy Joel
"Judy's Turn to Cry", song by Lesley Gore
Judy Funnie, character in animated series 'Doug'

Judee, Judey, Judi, Judie, Judye

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