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Gender: Female Origin of Goldie: Anglicized form of Yiddish Golde or Golda Meaning of Golda: English, Yiddish, "gold"

The name Goldie is a girl's name of Yiddish origin. Goldie and is often added to lists like Unique Baby Girl Names and discussed in our forums with posts like "Names on NB that make you go WOW!".

From the experts:

More Sadie than Sadie, this old canasta player--somewhat modernized and energized by Goldie Hawn--looks like it could be making a comeback. It was recently chosen for her daughter by Ione Skye and Ben Lee, as well as by shoemeister Steve Madden.

Goldie was one of those saucy nickname mainstays from the late 1800's through the 1940's, topping at Number 114 in 1904-05, then sliding off the list completely in 1958.

Goldie Clemens is a major character on the TV show The New Normal.

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Famous People Named Goldie

Goldie Jeanne Hawn, American actress
Goldie Taylor, American journalist and author
Marigold Ann "Goldie" Semple, American actress
Susan Oluwabimpe "Goldie" Filani Harvey, Nigerian singer and reality TV personality
Argolda Voncile "Goldie" Hill, American country music singer
GenyaGoldieRavan (born Genyusha Zelkovicz), American lead singer of Goldie and the Gingerbreads
Katherine Dinah "Goldie" Sayers, English javelin thrower
Goldie Priya Lee (b. 2009), daughter of Australian musician Ben Lee and British-American actress Ione Skye
Goldie Ryan Madden (b. 2013), daughter of fashion designer Steve Madden

Pop Culture References for the name Goldie

Goldie Clemmons, character on TV's 'The New Normal'
Goldie, character in graphic novel and film "Sin City"
Goldie Kellog, character in TV movie "Goldie and the Boxer"
Goldie Herschlag, character on TV show "I'm Dying Up Here"
Goldie Locks, main character on animated series "Goldie & Bear'
"Goldilocks and the Three Bears," fairy tale


bohomamma Says:


I love this name, however I'm not sure if I'm brave enough to use it. However if I did use it, I love the combo: Goldie Alessia

Kimberly Abbott Says:


a great name for your goldfish... not for your child

beachbear Says:


Sounds like a sweet grandmother who loves gold.

Wittyusername103 Says:


I actually kinda like this.

EW314 Says:


I really dislike this, as a nickname for Marigold and especially as a standalone name. The images that spring to mind are of a cheap, yellowish fake gold watch or a goldfish.

missjen Says: