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This is my sister's nickname; her name is Sarah Addison, but we call her Addie, for my great-grandmother, Adele "Addie" Francis. Plus, I think "Addie" better fits her personality; "Sarah", while lovely, sounds too restrictive and formal for her.
-- gaelruadh19  5/2/2005
Addie was the name of a young cowardess princess who found her courage in Gail Carson Levine's "The Two Princesses of Bamarre".
-- Arowen Half-Elven  12/15/2005
Besides the obvious Adelaide, Addie can also be a pet form for the names Adele, Adela, Adelina, Adeline, Addison, Adina/Adena, and Adelaida, among other "Ad-" names.
-- AndrewJKD  1/12/2006
I find Addie a nice name. Nothing complicated, just a simple name. I like it as a nickname for Addison.
-- TriwizardChamp3  2/1/2006
This is a name of a character from a novel of the same name: "Addie Pray."
-- Anonymous User  5/27/2006
A famous bearer of this name is Emma Roberts's character "Addie Singer."
-- Emma McHnery  9/3/2006
A character from the American Girl series (a doll.)
-- libbygirl  9/14/2006
I love Addie as a nickname for Addison. :)
-- Belle  1/2/2007
I like this as a boy's name. It reminds me of a cute little freckled boy in a baseball cap.
-- VictoriaCalledTori  3/6/2007
This, along with Adi, can be a short name for two of my favourite names - Adhara and Addison.
-- DontDissMadison  6/14/2007
If I ever have a daughter I may name her Adell (after my Granny) and call her Addie for short!
-- joanie2007  7/10/2007
The name is also of German descent. Pronounced Ah'dee. This is the name of my great-grandmother, a German immigrant and the namesake of my daughter.
-- benj3stix  3/5/2008
I am known to everyone by the name Addie, though my given name is Adrianne. I like the name Addie, it's short, sweet and not very common. I almost never meet another Addie.
-- adriannelisa  3/14/2008
This name is so much better that Addison, but I'll never use it.
-- number1212  12/16/2008
Very cute- I've seen this used as a nickname for 'Adelyn', which is just Madelyn without the M?
-- Anonymous User  8/22/2009
I love Addie as a nickname for Madelynne.
-- PinkCarnation  11/20/2009
"Madelynne" isn't a name... It's just a kre8tiv spelling of Madelyn. But I was actually going to say the same thing, I would use this as a nickname for Madelyn/Madeline/Madeleine. It's much prettier, unique, and more classic than the horrible "Maddie".
-- Anonymous User  3/5/2013
The name Addie was given to 229 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/16/2013

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