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Gender: F Meaning of Misty: "mist" Origin of Misty: English

The Play Misty for Me jokes will get old really fast.

Famous People Named Misty

Misty Elizabeth May-Treanor, American Olympic beach volleyball player
Misty Danielle Copeland, American ballet dancer
Misty Boyce, American musician of The Naked Brothers Band
Michele "Misty" Oldland, British-Swiss singer
Misty Dawn Marie Hyman, American Olympic swimmer
Misty Woods, Welsh singer
Misty Lee, American magician
Misty Massey, American fantasy novelist
Misty Anne Upham, American actress
Misty Jean, Haitian singer and former Miss West Indies
Mistella "Misty" Rowe, American actress
Moda "Misty" Fincher, first full-time woman radio announcer in the U.S.
Father John Misty, stage name of American musician Joshua Tillman

Pop Culture References for the name Misty

"Misty of Chincoteague," novel by Marguerite Henry about the title pony
Misty, water-type gym leader in the Pokemon video games and anime
Misty Fey, character in the Ace Attorney video game series
Misty Day, character on TV's 'American Horror Story: Coven'
Misty, Valkyrie in Norse myth
Misty, character in animated series "My Life as a Teenage Robot"
Misty, character in video game "Grand Theft Auto III"
Misty Knight, character in Marvel Comics
"Misty," jazz song by Erroll Garner
"Play Misty for Me," 1971 movie
Misty Star, chatacter in the Warriors book series by Erin Hunter

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