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A Pippin is also a tart, green apple.
breakofday  12/16/2005
There is a musical called Pippin.
claraelizabethann  7/29/2006
Pippin is a good name for a pet, not a person.
FairyGirl  11/23/2006
Sounds like "pimpin'" to me and I cannot get that out of my head when I hear Pippin.
― Anonymous User  3/6/2007
Pippin 'Ip' was the name of Audrey Hepburn's dog.
So Be It  1/1/2008
I actually have a female friend called Pippin and we all ( we being my friends and family) find it quite sweet and charming.
BlackMartian923  8/26/2008
How cool is this name? Ancient Germanic AND from Lord of the Rings! *does a victory dance*... And I agree with the other poster: Pippin can SO definitely be pulled off as a feminine name. :)
― Anonymous User  2/6/2012
Pippin I (797-838), son of Louis the Pious and his first wife Ermengarde. He later became King of Aquitaine.
CarolinW  6/8/2012
Pippin (873-874) was the son of Holy Roman Emperor Charles II ("the Bald") and his second wife Richildis.
CarolinW  7/22/2012
Pippin is such a freaking cute name. Makes me think of the wonderful dog Pippin in the show Come Outside. :)
― Anonymous User  3/6/2015

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