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Gender: F Meaning of Sissy: "sister" Origin of Sissy: Diminutive of Cecilia; pet name for "sister"

Old-fashioned nickname for a sister, almost never heard today.

Famous People Named Sissy

Mary Elizabeth "Sissy" Spacek, American actress
Elisabeth "Sissy" Schwarz, Austrian pair skater
Cäcilia "Sissy" Löwinger, Austrian actress and director
Martha "Sissy" Cargill Biggers, American chef and TV personality
Sissy Höfferer, Austrian actress
Silvia 'Sissy' Raith German footballer
Elisabeth "Sissy" Theurer, Austrian Olympic equestrian
Leslie "Sissy" Fitzgerald, housekeeper who inspired "Sissy's Song" by Alan Jackson

Pop Culture References for the name Sissy

Sissy, character in 2001 film "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
Sissy Sullivan, character in 2011 film "Shame"
Sissy Rommely, character in book/film "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn"
"Sissy's Magical Ponycorn Adventure," indie video game
Sissy, slang for a wimp

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