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There's a nursery rhyme called "Wee Willie Winkie."
-- breakofday  12/16/2005
In British English, this name is less than satisfactory.
-- Anonymous User  4/17/2006
How could you forget Groundskeeper Willie on the Simpsons? He is hilarious, with his violent nature and incoherent Scottish accent. The Stereotypical Scott!
-- Starla-Marie_1993  8/17/2006
I've never liked any of the William/Bill names particularly, but Willie is fitting for Barnabas Collins' slave Willie Loomis.
-- yohevid  8/2/2008
A female bearer of this name is Willie Scott from Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom (her real name is Wilhelmina but only Willie was used in the movie.)
-- Anonymous User  10/5/2008
A famous bearer is Willie Mays, a baseball player with extraordinary talent... and the same birthday as me!
-- chocolatelover101  10/14/2010
Willie Robertson is the CEO of Duck Commander and is on the TV show Duck Dynasty.
-- Ranchie  1/27/2013
'Willy' is slang which refers to a male's reproductive organs. His penis, to say it bluntly.

So naming your child 'Willie/Willy' and any other spelling would cause that child to be teased. Especially in the States.

Go with Will/william or any other will name. For the child's sake. Don't name children after body parts or vulgar slang...
-- ThatMazerunnerfan  9/11/2014
Willie is often used as slang, referring to a male's penis.
-- Anonymous User  1/14/2016
William "Willie" O'Neill was a Scottish football player who played for Celtic and Carlisle United as a full-back. O'Neill signed for Celtic in 1959, aged 18, and made his debut in the 1961 Scottish Cup Final replay against Dunfermline. Although O'Neill did not play in Celtic's victory in the 1967 European Cup Final, he was an important member of the first team squad, making 32 appearances in the 1966–67 season. O'Neill made many of those appearances during the first few months of the season, as Jim Craig had temporarily dropped out of the team due to his dentistry studies.
-- cutenose  1/11/2017

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