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Gender: F Meaning of Katy: "pure" Origin of Katy: Short form of Katherine

Katy, or more popularly Katie, stood fashionably on their own two feet for several years there, during the Katelyn boom. But now both Katy and Katie are fading in favor of grownup Kate or buttoned-up Katherine.

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Famous People Named Katy

Katy Perry (born Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson), American pop singer
Katherine Frances "Katy" Brand, English actress
Katy Ellen French, Irish model/socialite
Katy Tiz, British singer
María Cristina Estela Marcela "Katy" Jurado, Mexican-American actress
Katy Munger, American novelist
Katy Kurtzman, American actress
Katy Wix, Welsh actress
Katy Kung, Hong Kong actress
Katy Rose (born Kathryn Rosemary Bullard), American singer-songwriter
Katy B (born Kathleen Anne Brien), English singer-songwriter

Pop Culture References for the name Katy

Katy Swartz, main character in Jennifer L. Armentrout's Lux series
Katy Carr, main character in the What Katy Did series by Susan Coolidge
Katy Fox, character on British soap opera Hollyoaks
Katy Harris, character from the British soap opera Coronation Street
Katy Armstrong, character from the British soap opera Coronation Street
Katy Kat, blue cat from the Parappa the Rapper video games
Katy Spaghetty, the Betty Spaghetty doll's baby sister
K-K-K-Katy, popular World War I–era song by Geoffrey O'Hara
Katy, Texas, major suburb of Houston, USA