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Subject: Re: The name Audie for a man.
Author: Chrisell   (Authenticated as Chrisell)
Date: October 6, 2006 at 6:01:05 AM
Reply to: The name Audie for a man. by Lucille
It could still have the origin listed in the database (short form of Audrey). Lots of nicknames and short forms get used as full names.

If you go to the Audie link and click on 'Popularity' you'll see that it's definitely been used as a full name from time to time.

Some other nicknames popular as given names in the 1920s:

Willie (28th)
Joe (34th)
Billy (48th)
Bill (87th)
Jerry (102nd)
Eddie (107th)
Billie (160th)
Mike (167th)
Bennie (170th)
Pete (213th)
Teddy (333rd)
Jackie (338th)
Patsy (339th)
Ollie (343rd)
Andy (350th)
Danny (459th)
Abe (497th)




~Chrisell~

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