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- Mamie Clark (1917–1983), African American psychologist
- Mamie Eisenhower (1896–1979), wife of President Dwight D. Eisenhower
- Mamie Eva Keith (1873–1986), American supercentenarian
- Mamie Johnson (1935–), first female pitcher in the Negro Leagues
- Mamie Locke (1954–), Democratic member of the Virginia Senate
- Mamie Smith (1883–1946), American vaudeville singer, dancer, pianist and actress
- Mamie Thurman (1901–1932), American murder victim
- Mary Mamie Cadden (1891–1959), Irish midwife, backstreet abortionist and convicted murderer
- Mary Dickens (1838–1896), daughter of Charles Dickens
- Mary Mamie Gummer (1983–), American actress
- Mary "Mamie" Lincoln (1869–1938), granddaughter of Abraham Lincoln
- Mamie Jones, pseudonym of American singer Aileen Stanley (1897–1982)
- Mamie Van Doren (1931–), American actress and sex symbol born Joan Lucille Olander
- Mamie Dubcek, from the NBC sitcom 3rd Rock from the Sun
- Mamie Johnson, in the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless
- the title character of The Revolt of Mamie Stover, a 1951 novel by William Bradford Huie
- USS Massachusetts, a World War II battleship nicknamed "Big Mamie"
- Mami (disambiguation)
- Mammy (disambiguation)
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