Given Name PATSY

GENDER: Feminine & Masculine
USAGE: English, Irish
PRONOUNCED: PAT-see  [details]

Meaning & History

Variant of PATTY, also used as a diminutive of PATRICK.
VARIANTS: Martie, Pat, Patti, Pattie, Patty, Tricia, Trish, Trisha, Trecia, Tresha (English)
FEMININE FORMS: Patrice, Patricia (English), Pádraigín (Irish)
OTHER LANGUAGES/CULTURES: Martha (Biblical), Martha (Biblical Greek), Martha (Biblical Latin), Padrig (Breton), Marta (Bulgarian), Marta (Catalan), Marta, Patricija, Patrik (Croatian), Marta, Patricie, Patrik (Czech), Martha (Danish), Marta, Martha (Dutch), Martta (Finnish), Marthe, Patrice, Patrick (French), Marta (Georgian), Marta, Martha, Patricia, Patrick (German), Martha (Greek), Márta, Patrícia, Patrik, Mártuska (Hungarian), Marta (Icelandic), Marta, Patrizia, Patrizio (Italian), Patricia, Patricius (Late Roman), Marta (Latvian), Morta (Lithuanian), Marta (Macedonian), Pherick (Manx), Maata, Patariki (Maori), Matty, Pate (Medieval English), Marte, Martha, Marthe (Norwegian), Marta, Patrycja, Patryk, Patka (Polish), Marta, Patrícia, Patrício (Portuguese), Marta (Romanian), Marfa, Marta (Russian), Pàdraig (Scottish), Marta (Serbian), Marta, Patrícia, Patrik, Patka (Slovak), Marta, Patricija (Slovene), Marta, Patricia, Patricio, Martita (Spanish), Marta, Martha, Patrik (Swedish), Padrig (Welsh)


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Entry updated March 18, 2010