Debbie

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Debbie
Bees Collecting Pollen 2004-08-14.jpg
a bee
Gender Female
Origin
Word/name Hebrew
Meaning Honey bee
Other names
Related names Deb, Debs, Debra, Deborah

Debbie (or Debby or Deb) is a fairly common given name, usually feminine, sometimes short for Deborah (or Debra) (which means "bee" in Hebrew) and is popular in most English-speaking countries. It reached its height of popularity in the United States in the 1970s.

Notable people[edit]

For people named Debbi, see Debbi.

Fictional characters[edit]

  • Debbie Benton, the eponymous lead in the film, Debbie Does Dallas
  • Debbie Dean (portrayed by Jodi Albert), a character in the British soap opera, Hollyoaks
  • Debbie Dingle (portrayed by Charley Webb), a character in the British soap opera, Emmerdale
  • Debbie Downer, character on Saturday Night Live portrayed by Rachel Dratch
  • Debbie Gallagher (portrayed by Rebecca Ryan), one of the lead characters in British television drama, Shameless

Songs about Debbie[edit]

  • "Debbie" by R. Stevie Moore from the album Everything You Always Wanted To Know About R. Stevie Moore But Were Afraid To Ask
  • "Debbie," one of two new songs, and the only single released, from the B-52s' 1998 compilation album Time Capsule: Songs for a Future Generation

Other Uses[edit]

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