Tillie may refer to:
Mary may refer to:
Trunk may refer to:
Charlie may refer to:
Tai or TAI may refer to:
Tilly may refer to:
The elephant is a large, grey mammal native to Africa and southern Asia.
Tillie is the nickname of two murals of a grinning figure that were painted on the side of the Palace Amusements building in Asbury Park, New Jersey, United States. Tillie is an amusement park "fun face", painted during the winter of 1955–1956. The name Tillie is likely a nod to George C. Tilyou, owner of Steeplechase Park in Coney Island, New York, which featured the Steeplechase Face, similar grinning face signage.
Palace Amusements was a historical indoor amusement park in Asbury Park, New Jersey. It was built in 1888 and expanded several times over its history; but after a worsening economic situation in both Asbury and the country in the mid-1980s, it went out of business in 1988.
Tillie's Punctured Romance is the name of two early comedy films:
Rosie may refer to:
Raja is an Indian term for a monarch, or princely ruler.
Tillie the Toiler is a newspaper comic strip created by cartoonist Russ Westover who initially worked on his concept of a flapper character in a strip he titled Rose of the Office. With a title change, it sold to King Features Syndicate which carried the strip from January 3, 1921, to March 15, 1959.
Jules is the French form of the Latin "Julius". It is the given name of:
The Little Engine that Could is a 1991 animated adventure film directed by Dave Edwards and co-produced by Edwards and Mike Young, animated at Kalato Animation in Wales and co-financed by Universal Studios through their MCA/Universal Home Video arm and S4C, Wales' dedicated Welsh-language channel. It was released on VHS by MCA. The film features the voice talents of Kath Soucie and Frank Welker. It is based on the 1930 book of the same name, by Watty Piper. The film was also syndicated in the US on broadcast television as an Easter special in March/April 1993.
Queenie may refer to:
Toiler, Toilers, The Toiler or The Toilers may refer to:
Tillie is a feminine given name, a nickname and a surname. It may refer to:
Tillie the Toiler is a newspaper comic strip created by cartoonist Russ Westover.
Edy, provided by Rakuten, Inc. in Japan is a prepaid rechargeable contactless smart card.
Tillie was a female Asian elephant that was the mascot of the John Robinson Circus. Tillie was acquired by John Robinson, owner of the circus, in 1872. She was the leader of the elephant pack. Tillie was one of four elephants that the Robinsons kept when they sold the Robinson Circus in 1912.