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As an Audrey myself, I can honestly say that I do not care for this diminutive or any others for that matter. I mean I like my name, but the nickname potentials for it pretty much suck \:
― Anonymous User  1/15/2017
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What a really cute nickname for Audrey.
MissJazJonesy  12/20/2015
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This is also an old French name. Pronounced oh-dee. Like the Garfield character "Odie". It also has NO relation to the English diminutive of Audrey. A lot of Cajuns, and Canadian French people adopted this name. It is more common amongst Cajuns and Canadian French people, than modern France now.
melanchon  4/3/2013
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Reminds me of Audi cars.
― Anonymous User  2/20/2010
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Isn't it a type of car?
spaz123  8/19/2007
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No. The auto brand is called Audi, without 'e'. It's a German firm, so the original pronunciation of the auto brand is "OW-dee" with the 'ow' part pronounced like the 'ou' in "ouch!".
LoQuiero  6/22/2008
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Audie Leon Murphy (June 20, 1924 - May 28, 1971), the most decorated U.S. combat soldier of World War II and famous Hollywood movie star, was a famous bearer of this name.
― Anonymous User  8/18/2006
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My name is Audie. My Grandfather was Audie and my uncle, his son, is Audie. To be correct, Audie is an old IRISH nickname for Edward which was spelled "Ardward". My grandfater's parents were from Ireland.
mrteacher  1/28/2006

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