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Gender: Female Meaning of Moxie: "aggressive energy, know-how" Origin of Moxie: English slang

The name Moxie is a girl's name of English origin meaning "aggressive energy, know-how". Moxie and is often added to lists like Middle Names for Girls and discussed in our forums with posts like "Name Association Game".

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songtheflyer Says:

2018-03-03T20:12:13

It's cute slang :)

Yessica Says:

2016-01-15T03:24:03

Meaning of Moxie: "aggressive energy, know-how" Origin of Moxie: English slang

Slang.... you name your child after SLANG

Bobcat108 Says:

2015-10-02T04:45:44

Moxie is a brand of soda that was created in the last quarter of the 19th century in Massachusetts. It's still found in the New England area & is less sweet than other sodas; some histories describe it as bitter (because of the gentian root extract in it) & sweet. According to the Wikipedia article, the name Moxie comes from an Abenaki word meaning "dark water." The advertising for the product led to the adoption of the word moxie as meaning vim, spirited, or chutzpah.

LawsonSandy2010 Says:

2015-06-19T15:32:57

I was going to mention that if no one else had!

Kibby Says:

2015-06-19T13:25:08

Chain of restaurants.
Moxxi is also a rather 'promiscuous' character in the Borderlands series.

Zelliew Says:

2015-06-19T12:54:55

It sounds like a pet's name

rbj84 Says:

2015-01-10T01:37:32

I think it's cute, but Moxie is a brand of Tampons in Australia.

befx217 Says:

2014-08-22T22:55:58

Sorry, but this sounds like a cleaning product or pharmaceutical drug to me...