Tippy is a nickname and given name, the latter for fictional characters. It may refer to:
Polly is a given name, most often feminine, which originated as a variant of Molly. Polly may also be a short form of names such as Polina, Polona, Paula or Paulina.
Natasha is a name of Slavic origin. The Slavic name is the diminutive form of Natalia.
Mickey is a given name and nickname, almost always masculine and often a short form (hypocorism) of Michael, and occasionally a surname. Notable people and characters with the name include:
Jojo, JoJo or Jo Jo is a given name, surname, nickname or stage name used by several people and fictional characters, including:
Trevor is a common given name or surname of Welsh origin. It is an habitational name, deriving from the Welsh tre(f), meaning "homestead", or "settlement" and fawr, meaning "large, big". The Cornish language equivalent is Trevorrow and is most associated with Ludgvan.
Caitlin is a female given name of Irish origin. Historically, the Irish name Caitlín was anglicized as Cathleen or Kathleen. In the 1970s, however, non-Irish speakers began pronouncing the name according to English spelling rules as KAYT-lin, which led to many variations in spelling such as Caitlin, Catelynn, Caitlyn, Katlyn, Kaitlin, Kaitlyn, Katelyn and Katelynn.
Benny or Bennie is a given name or a shortened version of the given name Benjamin or, less commonly, Benedict, Bennett, Benito, Benson, Bernice, Ebenezer or Bernard.
Bobby or Bobbie is a masculine and feminine hypocorism, given name and occasional nickname. It is usually a variant of Robert (male) or Roberta (female). It can also be short for the male name Roberto. The female version is also sometimes spelled "Bobbi" or "Bobi".
Dylan is a given name and surname of Welsh origin. It means "son of the sea” or "born from the ocean". Dylan ail Don was a character in Welsh mythology, but the popularity of Dylan as a given name in modern times arises from the poet Dylan Thomas. In Wales, it was the most popular Welsh name given to boys in 2010.
Alice is most often used as a feminine given name, used primarily in English and French; however, it has proven popular in some other languages.
Patsy is a given name often used as a diminutive of the feminine given name Patricia or sometimes the masculine name Patrick, or occasionally other names containing the syllable "Pat". Among Italian Americans, it is often used as a pet name for Pasquale.
Maya is a female name in various languages with various meanings. In Sanskrit, for instance, Māyā means "illusion or magic", and is also an alternate name of the Hindu goddess Lakshmi. In the Tupi language, of southern Brazil, it means "mother", while Mayara means "grandmother". In the Māori language, the name means "courage" or "bravery", and is popular for Māori girls in New Zealand. The name may be a variant form of the Greek theonym Maia, the eldest of the Pleiades and the mother of Hermes in Greek and Roman mythology.
Connie is a given name. It is often a pet form (hypocorism) of Concetta, Constance, Cornelia, or Cornelius. Many Asian-American women were named after journalist Connie Chung in the 1980s even though the name was not otherwise popular at the time.
Ruby is a predominantly feminine given name taken from the name of the gemstone ruby. The name of the gemstone comes from the Latin rubinus, meaning red. The ruby is the birthstone for the month of July.
Ellie, or Elly, is a given name, usually feminine. The name stands on its own or can be a shortened form of any of the numerous female names beginning with the syllable El-, in particular Eleanor or Elizabeth and Elvira. It can also be a short form of Elena, Michelle, Elnaz, Elham, Elaheh, Eliana, Eloise, Emelia, Elisa, Ellisha, Elisha, Elesha, Shelly, Eleni, or Petronella and as a masculine name of Eleazer, Elliot, Elron, or Elston. In Greek mythology, Ellie (Helle) was the daughter of Athamas and Nephele; sister of Phrixus.
Alex is a given name. It can refer to a shortened version of Alexander, Alexandra, Alexis.
Ross is an English-language name derived from Gaelic, most commonly used in Scotland. It is also the name of a county in the highland area. It can be used as a given name, typically for males, but is also a typical family name for people of Scottish descent. Derived from the Gaelic for a "promontory" or "headland".
Ramona is usually a feminine given name, the feminine form of Ramon (Spanish) and Raymond, meaning "wise protector". Today, it is used in Spain, Romania, the Republic of Moldova, Italy, and Portugal, and in some countries of Latin America and North America. It was made popular by the 19th century novel Ramona and by a series of Ramona children's books by Beverly Cleary.
Curtis or Curtiss is a common English given name and surname of Anglo-Norman origin, deriving from the Old French curteis which was in turn derived from the Spanish Cortés and the Portuguese and Galician Cardoso.
Dixie is a feminine given name, nickname or stage name, and surname. It may refer to: