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Gender: F Meaning of Sadie: "princess" Origin of Sadie: Diminutive of Sarah Sadie's Popularity in 2012: #120

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Sadie started as a nickname for Sarah, but their images couldn't be more disparate. Where Sarah is serious and sweet, Sadie is full of sass and spunk.

Sadie now ranks at Number 124--exactly where she was in her heyday of 1914. She's been chosen for their daughters by Adam Sandler and Christina Applegate, among others.

In popular culture, there's Somerset Maugham's Sadie Thompson, portrayed by Joan Crawford in Rain, Sadie Hawkins Day, where the girls get to ask the boys to dance, and songs like the Beatles' Sexy Sadie.

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Famous People Named Sadie

Sadie Peterson Delaney, American librarian who pioneered bibliotherapy
Sadie Frost, English actress
Sadie Marcus Earp, wife of Wyatt Earp
Sadie Houck, 19th-century American baseball player
Sadie Robertson (b. 1997), daughter of Willie and Korie Roberson
Sadie Madison (b. 2006), daughter of Jacqueline Titone and Adam Sandler
Sadie Day (b. 2012), daughter of Tony Vincent and Aspen Miller
Sadie Grace LeNoble (b. 2011), daughter of Christina Applegate and Martyn LeNoble

Pop Culture References for the Name Sadie

Sadie Saxton, character on Awkward.
Sadie Kane, female lead from the Kane Chronicles by Rick Riordan
Sadie Hawkins dance, high school dance where girls ask the boys to dance, in the United States
Sadie, Sadie, a Barbra Streisand song
Sadie McKee, title character in 1934 film of same name
Miss Sadie Thompson, 50s film
Sexy Sadie - Song by The Beatles
Naturally, Sadie - TV show
Sadie, Debbie and Pete's daughter in Knocked Up

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