Mamie


Mamie

Mamie [mey-mee] Examples noun

  1. a female given name, form of Mary.

Examples from the Web for mamie Contemporary Examples of mamie

  • Shirley Sotloff sounded as much a loving mom as was Mamie Till Bradley.

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    Michael Daly

    September 3, 2014

  • Reluctantly, Mamie agreed, and Emmett found himself down in the Delta.

    From Emmett Till to Jordan Davis, a Foolish, Lethal Fear of Black Teens

    Joshua DuBois

    February 9, 2014

  • And Mamie Eisenhower made allies of military wives and fought for racial integration in Washington, D.C.

    Influential First Ladies Since 1900: Barbara Bush to Jackie Kennedy

    January 25, 2012

  • Historical Examples of mamie

  • When Mamie is around I cannot seem to concentrate on my playing.

    The Flying Cuspidors

    V. R. Francis

  • “And I am too shy and dignified a girl to tell him,” Mamie continues sadly.

    The Flying Cuspidors

    V. R. Francis

  • “I guess we must wait until you are eighteen, Mamie,” her mother said.

    Olive in Italy

    Moray Dalton

  • “Wait until you know mine better,” Mamie answered unabashed.

    Olive in Italy

    Moray Dalton

  • Mamie is common and real homely, and if he can run after her I have done with him.

    Olive in Italy

    Moray Dalton

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