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This is the British variant of Sissy.
-- wiswina  5/28/2005
Can really stand for anything with "Ciss" in it.
-- dramaelf  9/22/2006
It's sort of cute as a nickname for Elizabeth, too.
-- LoveTheNameMackenzie  10/5/2006
In Harry Potter, Narcissa Malfoy's nickname by her sister is Cissy.
-- ekatz7  12/5/2006
Cissy is also a pet form of Cicely and Cecilia.
-- Kate  8/23/2007
Cissy can also be used as a pet name for Priscilla.
-- scholasticastewart  1/4/2008
This is also a pet form of Narcissa.
-- Anonymous User  4/3/2008
Sounds more like a nickname for Cecilia. I can't stand this immature, cutesy, yet ugly name that sounds like someone's calling a guy a sissy because they think the guy isn't masculine enough, like being feminine is the worst thing there is.
-- slight night shiver  5/18/2008
Famous bearers include Sissy Spacek and Cissy Houston, who is Whitney Houston's mother.
-- Anonymous User  6/27/2008
It sounds a little better than Sissy, but I definitely wouldn't recommend this as a name. It will equal bullying for life.
-- bananarama  10/9/2008
Horrible name. My friend has a variation of it, Ciccy (pronounced see-see) which is slightly better, but still not very nice.
-- Anonymous User  6/23/2010
It wouldn't be a good idea to name your daughter Cissy, especially nowadays as "Cissy" is a slang term for "cisgender" (i.e. a person who is not transgender), and it's frequently used by the social justice crowd on Tumblr. Plus it only makes the name Sissy even worse with that association.
-- Acajou  1/26/2017

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