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I love this name - it's the name I gave my daughter. I hadn't heard of "Brodie" used for a girl but for my little one, it fits very well.
-- Anonymous User  11/3/2005
Brodie is the name of Jason Lee's character in the Kevin Smith comedy Mallrats.
-- Anonymous User  1/23/2006
Brodie is a great name for a boy. I myself don't like it for a girl. The spelling I prefer is Brody.
-- Anonymous User  10/9/2006
I know a boy named this. He spells it Brody though. It is a very cute name.
-- Anonymous User  12/15/2006
This is my FAVORITE boy's name! It's the best! I'm naming my first baby boy this! With this spelling, I adore it!
-- Emeline  6/29/2007
Brodie is typically the Scottish spelling, whereas Brody is Irish - though it isn't established as a first name in either place. There was a whiny, irritating girl on Home and Away called Brodie.
-- Elly747  5/14/2008
I have loved this name for a boy since I saw Mallrats. I think it's a cute, but tough, name. I prefer the BRODIE spelling over BRODY because it looks less like a last name, and just because I prefer -ie endings as opposed to -y endings on names.
-- KillYourEgo  7/10/2008
I have only ever seen Brodie used for girls, while the spelling Brody is used for boys.
-- keepitreal  1/5/2011
My mistake; I have since met two baby boys called Brodie.
-- keepitreal  1/15/2011
God, do I hate this name. The Brody spelling is just as bad, along with Brady. They all sound like the names of stoned surfers or dogs. I mean really, how well is the name 'Brodie/Brody' going to suit a man in his 70's? It's gag inducing. I feel horrible for all the poor little boys being given this name by their modern and trendy tasteless parents. The sound of this name grates my ears. And for a GIRL?! It couldn't be any more masculine. For god sakes, it begins with BRO! I will forever hate this name with a passion and hope to never meet a little Brody (because there surely aren't any over the age of maybe 15) in my life.
-- Anonymous User  7/2/2013
Brody is a fairly common Polish and Polish-Jewish surname, being derived from the Polish word for beard.
-- Anonymous User  11/22/2013

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