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[mey-mee] /ˈmeɪ mi/
a female given name, form of Mary. Unabridged
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  • He glared at Mamie Blanchard, who was standing close to the table and glaring back at him.

    Black Star's Campaign Johnston McCulley
  • “Maybe he didn't eat the rabbits,” urged tender-hearted Mamie.

    The Gentle Art of Cooking Wives Elizabeth Strong Worthington
  • From my hurried note to Mamie, you will get some faint general idea of a new star's having arisen in Paris.

  • I like you, Mamie, because I like pluck; I like you much more than you like me.

    Some Short Stories Henry James
  • On one occasion it was only Mamie's cleverness and devotion that saved Johnny, for a time, from the penitentiary.

    The Autobiography of a Thief Hutchins Hapgood
  • Mamie took her eyes quickly from the money on the little stand.

    Some Short Stories Henry James
  • She is the smartest girl in the rhetoric class and, of course, she knows more than most people, and Mamie Sue realizes that.

    Phyllis Maria Thompson Daviess

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