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Edie McCredie is the strong-headed bus-driver in the Scottish pre-school programme "Balamory".
-- Miss Natla  7/10/2005
It is a fabulous name and yes my nickname is Edie Mcredie and that rocks.
-- mcred  11/26/2005
Editte in Hebrew means the best of the milk or earth; it has an agricultural connotation, and is commonly spelled with an ayin rather than an aleph; it is linked to an Arabic name as well.
-- Anonymous User  2/10/2006
Edie Sedgwick (actually named Edith) was an actress/model associated with the Andy Warhol movement in the 60's.
-- visitor27  6/3/2006
I love this as a nickname for Edith, because Edie is so sweet and adorable, and when the person gets older they can switch to the more classy name Edith.
-- Anonymous User  1/11/2007
I love the name Edie but I don't like Edith, I think they're just such contrasts to each other. Edie is young and rebellious, while Edith is mature and classic.
-- ayn_shula  3/29/2007
Edie was Uma Thurman's character's name in Be Cool.
-- legna88  5/18/2007
A famous fictional bearer is Edie Britt, the man-eating bimbo played by Nicolette Sheridan in "Desperate Housewives".
-- lady murasaki  12/14/2007
Pronounced E-dee.
-- Liesl  10/7/2010
A famous bearer is alternative rock musician Edie Brickell, of Edie Brickell and the New Bohemians and the Heavy Circles. I do believe she's the wife of Paul Simon, correct me if I'm wrong.
-- DaphneSusan  10/8/2010
There was a girl in my class in primary school named this, and people used to mispronounce it as 'Eddie'.
She also used to be teased by people calling her 'Edie MacRedie'.
Overall, this name is not a favourite of mine, and I find it a little trashy.
-- MrB123  10/24/2011
Edie Falco is an American actress. She is most notable for playing Carmela Soprano on The Sopranos.
-- Bonquiqui  6/18/2012
The name Edie was given to 87 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/18/2013
This name Edie also had some (very brief) usage in the US as a masculine name, most likely as a form of Eddie.
-- Anonymous User  8/13/2013

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