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Ollie was the nickname of Oliver Hardy of Laurel & Hardy fame.
-- breakofday  12/16/2005
I call my friend Ollie and her name is Olivia. It sounds more of a nickname but it's still an okay name.
-- caity-bear915  3/9/2007
Three words: IS GON RAIN (catch-phrase from Family Guy character Ollie Williams)
-- Izartrix  9/21/2007
Such an adorable nickname! I wouldn't name my child this, but I wouldn't hesitate to use it as a nickname for an 'Oliver'.
-- ICEyun  2/25/2009
More of a masculine sounding name to me.
-- emily  9/2/2009
Ollie Herdman was a character in the book "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever" which was also made into a movie.
-- emily  9/2/2009
Never a fullname-- forever the ranks of a nickname. Having said that, it truly does seem more masculine ("Oliver") than feminine ("Olivia"/"Olive"). But it is not a diminutive that I see myself ever putting to use. "Ollie"... there is something about the spoken sound that is horribly off, in my ears and eyes. It also appears to be more of a "husband/wife" nickname, not a child's. Meaning, a wife calling her husband "Ollie."
-- Francesca  5/3/2011
This was the name of my cocker spaniel, who was euthanized just two days ago long before he should have died. Poor baby :(
-- StarMoon  1/21/2013
Could be a nickname for mollie, although that doesn't really need a nickname, and you'd only be taking off one letter :P.
-- Anonymous User  2/28/2013
I've seen it written with a Y at the end, as in "Olly Murs", the artist of "Troublemaker". There's also a little kid in my school named Olly.
-- JapanYoshiTheGamer  9/5/2014

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