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February 4th, 2014 11:34 AM #1
Names to get "Katie" as a nn
My husband loves the name Katie/Kady. I do not want to use that as a first name, because I grew up with so many girls with that name. I agreed to use Katherine with Katie/Kady as a nickname, but - of course - hubby doesn't like it because of his Aunt Cathy. I can't think of other names with an obvious tie to Katie/Katy. I also want to stick with "K" as the first initial, and avoid "Cady."Expecting our first child, Abel Joseph, on July 4th, 2015!
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February 4th, 2014 12:07 PM #9
Katie. At least, that's how it would be in the US. Caddy is short for Cadillac. A caddy is also the assistant who carries the golf clubs at a golf course.
I have a cousin named Katie, just Katie not Kate or Katherine or anything. I'm not a fan of it but it works for her.
Yekaterina and Ekaterina are two others not already listed.
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