Amy
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Derived from Old French aimée meaning "beloved," ultimately from the Latin amâre meaning "to love."
-- JHG812  8/26/2005
Amy ~ From an Old French name meaning "loved". She is independent with strong emotions and will do anything to reach her goals!
-- jamylou  3/29/2006
My sister uses "Amy" as a short form of her full name, Amethyst. I've also known two Amy's whose full name was Amelia.
-- elizabeth hamlet  9/9/2006
Amy can also be short for Amelia.
-- CharlieRob  5/5/2007
Can be short for Amelia. This is shown in the British tv show, Doctor Who. Amelia Pond, a rather major character travels with the eleventh doctor currently.
-- Giacobbe.Serperior  1/4/2012
Amy means beloved.
-- Cortammiller  7/10/2015

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