Ugly. Kate and Kathy are much better.
Not bad. I wonder why so many people hate this name. It's not like Vicky or Vicki...
Cathy Belton (unknown date of birth) is an Irish actress.
Back in the 1960s there was a popular talking doll name Chatty Cathy.
I don’t like it. It has a rather unpleasant sound.
British musician Cathy Dennis is famous for her song Touch Me All Night Long from the 90s.

She turned 50 on the day I made this comment.
In 2018, 52 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Cathy* who is registered female with the Social Security Administration. It is the 331st most common female first name for living U.S. citizens.

*as a first name, not a nickname.
My least favourite nickname for Catherine.
CATHY is my first name and SCOTT Is my last name. My ancestors are from Scotland, Ireland, and Germany. I LOVE MY NAME. It means a lot to me.
I think it's important for people to know people's impressions of a name because it might make them change the name for their child. Cathy's come in a wide variety but everyone I've met could be classified first and foremost as unhappy with a quick temper.
Cathy is my partner's name. She hates when people think it's spelt Kathy, or think it's short for Catherine.
The name Cathy was given to 64 girls born in the US in 2015.
Catherine "Cathy" Weseluck (born August 21, 1970) is a Canadian actress, director, singer, voice artist, and comedian who frequently works with Ocean Productions in Vancouver, British Columbia. She is known for providing the voice for characters in various anime series.
Cathy was given to 56 baby girls born in the US in 2012 as a full name.
I am going to disagree with the majority and say that I love the name Cathy. Katie is so common. I think Cathy is a very sweet name. I don't think it is outdated at all compared to the top baby names on the list.
I use this name as a name for a little girl, a fictional character. Because of the fact that I developed her before I named her, this brings to mind [for me] a 6 or 7 year old girl with golden curls and watery blue eyes, and a pretty smile, shy but not necessarily unable to speak up. Except I spell it "Cathie". It fits Little Cathie that way, a lot better!
This is my sister's name, and I've always felt sorry for her, because it doesn't quite sound like a real name, more like just a nickname.
This is my name but its short for Cathleen.
The name Cathy belongs to quite a substantial amount of girls and women in Ireland because of its Christian properties. Therefore it is very useful for the usage of the name and is also very beautiful and makes me smile.
The Fischer quintuplets are born in Aberdeen, South Dakota, the world's fourth surviving set of quints and the first in the United States. Jimmie, Cathy, Margie, Mary Ann and Maggie join five other siblings and are joined by a single baby sister, Cindy, born September 24, 1964.
Makes me think of, "the Cathy Cat, the Bombay Rat, and the Blue Kangaroo".
Listen to the German pronunciation of Cathy here:
Cathy is one of the characters in the musical 'The Last 5 Years'. She is a struggling actress who is married to a successful author.
A famous bearer is American gymnast and stage actress Cathy Ribgy (born December 12, 1952). She was the first American woman to win a medal at the World Olympics in 1970, winning a silver medal for her performance on the balance beam. Her most well known acting credit was Peter Pan in "Peter Pan" in various tours, beginning in 1974. She received a Tony nomination for a 1990 revival. Other credits include "The Wizard of Oz", "Annie Get a Gun", and "Meet Me in St. Louis." She is also a public speaker for bulimia.
Cathy is the wife of Adam Trask in Steinbeck's East of Eden. She is one of the Cain characters, and is pure evil.
Catherine Earnshaw, selfish little creature that she was, still makes this name seem passionate and beautiful to me.
This is my mom's name and I think that it is for someone in the olden days.
There is a novelist named Cathy Kelly.
This could also be derived from Gaelic cath "warrior".
Kathy/Cathy Selden is a character in the 1952 film Singin' in the Rain played by Debbie Reynolds.
The nickname of the heroine from Emily Brontë's "Wuthering Heights", Catherine Earnshaw. I'm not especially attracted to this name or its other spellings ("Kathy", etc), but it's still pretty in its own way.

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