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Pat was a character in "Saturday Night Live" skits. Played by Julia Sweeny, Pat was hilariously androgenous.
-- breakofday  12/16/2005
Pat Stewart is an author from Maine who wrote a book called Mollyockett.
-- Anonymous User  12/26/2005
Pat Tillman is the NFL star who left his career and became a war hero.
-- dani_08  3/5/2006
Has also been used for Matilda. (Becomes "Mat," then "Pat" much as "Mary" becomes "Molly," then "Polly" and "Margaret" becomes "Meg," then "Peg.")
-- Kosta  3/13/2006
A famous bearer is First Lady Pat Nixon.
-- CoBy  4/30/2006
My aunt uses Pat as a nickname for her given name, Patience.
-- elizabeth hamlet  5/20/2006
Pat Sajak is one of the hosts of the TV show "Wheel of Fortune."
-- Anonymous User  7/14/2006
Don't forget Postman Pat.
-- Anonymous User  7/18/2006
Pat Simmons is a famous bearer.
-- pink_floyd_fan  9/4/2006
I can't believe no one mentioned Pat Benatar, the famous '80s singer! I love her music!
-- xKatiex  11/7/2006
One of the longest female characters in the soap EastEnders is Pat Butcher (or Pat Evans), known for her super-sized earrings, not to mention the most husbands - most notably Frank Butcher!
-- freeserve.co.uk  3/1/2007
The first thing I think of when I hear the name Pat is a giant, feminist, lesbian. But that's just what I think.
-- Anonymous User  6/22/2007
What's wrong with lesbians?
-- Kerules  7/3/2009
Yuck! This nickname makes me think of extremely unpleasant men like Pat Robertson and Pat Buchanan! It sounds quite silly anyway.
-- slight night shiver  5/2/2008
In Iliad or other Trojan War fanfics, the nickname "Pat" is often used for Patroclus, the Greek hero Achilles' brother-in-arms NOT lover. But let's not go into that.
-- Athena Nike  11/28/2009
A famous bearer is Pat Buchanan, who served as the senior advisor to American presidents a while back, these presidents were Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, and Ronald Reagan.
-- Anonymous User  1/4/2010
Famous bearer Pat Boone.
-- Anonymous User  1/23/2010
Pat means Boob in Danish (boobs = patter). Probably why this name doesn't work for me.
-- Anonymous User  1/23/2010
Completely non-descript nickname from about 60 years ago. Uni-gender and seems lazy somehow. You might as well say "hey, you" as soon as call someone "Pat".
-- JW41926  5/13/2010

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