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Name Judy - Meaning and origin

Name Judy - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Hebrews

Meaning of the name:

Originally, Judy is a Hebrew baby girl's name meaning "to praise God", "praise" or "woman of Judea".
Judy, pronounced as "Joo-dee" in English, is also the diminutive of "Judith".

Celebrities:

A famous Judy of the big American screen is Frances Ethel Gumm, born in 1922 and deceased in 1969. Better known under Judy Garland, she was one of the big names of the song and the cinema of Hollywood. Born in 1921, Judy Holliday is also an American actress. Judy Greer is also an American comedian. Jodie Foster is a famous American actress, producer and director. Jodie Sweetin, originally from America, became famous for her rendition of "Stephanie Tanner" in "The Feast at Home," an American sitcom.

His character :

The women who wear this name are sexy and intelligent. Generous, beautiful and sweet, they are also humble and do not realize the impact they have on those around them. They are amazing and never fail to surprise you. Whether singing, dancing or speaking, Judy likes to express her joy of living in all circumstances. She is suggestible and sensitive to beautiful things and does not realize that she is also part of it.

Derivatives:

Judie, Judith, Jodie, Jody, Jodene, Ioudith, Yehudit and Giuditta.

His party :

The Judy are celebrating May 5th.

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