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A famous bearer of this name is actor Mickey Rooney.
-- SkywalkerFan  9/16/2005
Another famous bearer is actor Mickey Rourke.
-- Anonymous User  12/23/2005
Hello, Micky Mouse! I personally would never name anyone, not even pets, Micky, well maybe a mouse, but that would be cliche? Don't name your kid this. :O
-- Anonymous User  1/28/2006
Mickey is my first name. Personally I love it because I've yet to meet another Mickey, but I hate it because people often go off into spurts of singing "Hey, Mickey, you're so fine, you're so fine you blow my mind. Hey Mickey, hey, hey, hey Mickey." Quite annoying, you know.
-- Anonymous User  3/5/2006
My grandma's name is Mickye. It's definitely a very uncommon name.
-- crashbrandicoot  2/19/2007
McDonald's restaurants are sometimes called Mickey Dee's.
-- spaz123  2/1/2008
The Mickey Mouse association is pretty strong. It sounds too infantile as the official name anyway. For a girl, the nickname would be cute spelled Miki, but it's not a great official name.
-- slight night shiver  4/30/2008
Mickey Smith, a character on the television show Doctor Who.
-- bluebox93  5/30/2008
My cousin's name is Michael and he goes by Mickey. (Some family members do call him Mickey Mouse, but he doesn't mind). I've always thought that it was cute and a nice alternative to the usual nickname Mike. And if you wanted to call them Mick, you could do that too.
-- katydid09  8/11/2008
People might 'take the Mickey' out of it.
-- Hushpuppy  11/28/2008
A famous bearer of the name is Major League Baseball player Mickey Rivers.
-- Anonymous User  1/22/2009
Movie: Mickey and Maude.
-- Anonymous User  6/9/2009
Everyone will think of Mickey Mouse when they hear this name. It will lead to a lot of teasing. Maybe as a nickname, but certainly not as a legal name!
-- bananarama  9/20/2009
Mickey Knox, part of the mass-murdering couple in Natural Born Killers.
-- dramaelf  4/5/2010
Mickey Mantle, Baseball Hall of Fame center-fielder who led the Yankees to seven world championships.
Mantle was named after another Hall of Famer... catcher Mickey Cochrane.
-- Jiminy cricket  3/10/2012
I hate this nickname, and I hate Mickey Rooney. I don't have any issues with Mickey Mouse, though. Still, that's not who I want my name to be associated with.
-- Bonquiqui  6/11/2012
I like this as a nickname for Michelle. It's a bit more original than Shelly or Mich. Other feminine names it could be a nickname for are Michelina and Michaela.
-- Anyechka  5/28/2013
The name Mickey was given to 72 baby boys born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/20/2013
Ew. Yuck. Blegh. Worst name ever. Don't ever name your kids this, please! They won't appreciate it, especially if they're a girl. If its short for something, find a better nickname for them, don't let them go through life being called Mickey Mouse, trust me it's not fun.
-- SeventhSage7  8/14/2013
Could be short for Michaelina. All names have something tied to them. Mickey Mouse is not the worst thing in the world.
-- blueeyesparkle  9/12/2013
I love Mickey Mouse so I have no problem with this name for either gender. ^_^
-- Anonymous User  2/7/2015
My real name is MacKenzie. I've never really been called MacKenzie at all. Everyone calls me Mickey, it's quite rare for someone to call me MacKenzie. Personally, I love begin called Mickey. To me it sounds like a fun and playful name. I laugh all the time when people burst out singing "Oh Mickey you're so fine, you're so fine you blow my mind. Hey Mickey!"
-- Pupcky  4/2/2016
I hate this name. There's too many negative associations: Mickey Mouse, Mickey Knox, Mickey Rooney, Mickey Rourke, and that super-annoying 80s song Hey Mickey. Mickey Mouse is probably the most blatant one since he's Disney's mascot and he's got that ear-grating voice. Please consider something else for your kid!
-- Buneary  5/1/2016
My name is Michaela, but even at a young age, I disliked my name fervently. So, by fourth grade, I got everyone to call me Mickey. To this day, I am still Mickey to anyone who knows me. It has a bubbly and spirited sound and I've yet to meet another Mickey. Although Mickeys are bound to be serenaded on the daily with "Oh Mickey you're so fine!", it's a great nickname if you've got a lot of personality and a name that doesn't quite fit. People like it, so don't let the pop culture associations get in the way of a great nickname.
-- mickeyyoder  5/8/2016
The name Mickey was given to 102 boys born in the US in 2015.
-- HerculePoirot  6/22/2016

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