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Gender: F Meaning of Dottie: "gift of God" Origin of Dottie: English, diminutive of Dorothy

Dottie and Dot are old Dorothy nicknames that some cutting-edge Brits are bringing back to fashion. It's been half a century since Dottie ranked on its own in this country, one of those nickname names that flourished in the 1890's.

Probably the most prominent bearer of the name was the seminal country music singer Dottie West--born Dorothy, of course. In the movie A League of Their Own, Geena Davis's leading character Dottie Hinson was based on real life women's pro baseball player Dottie Kamenshek.

Dot can make an adorable middle name--if your last name isn't Com.

Famous People Named Dottie

Dottie West (born Dorothy Marie Marsh), American country music singer
Dottie Pepper, American golfer
Dottie Rambo (born Joyce Reba Luttrell), American gospel singer
Dorothea Amanda "Dottie" Cannon, Miss Minnesota USA 2006
Dorothy "Dottie" Alexander, American keyboardist for band of Montreal
Dorothy "Dottie" Green, All-American Girls Professional Baseball League player
Dottie Cox, sister of American actress Courteney Cox
Dottie Juliette James, British YouTuber

Pop Culture References for the name Dottie

Dottie "Doc" McStuffins, main character on Disney Junior series Doc McStuffins
Dotty, character in Aphmau's YouTube series

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