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Aggie may refer to:


Aggie may be a diminutive form of the given names Agnatha, Agamemnon, Agata/Agatha, Agnija, or Agnes. It may also be a diminutive form of a family name that begins with 'Ag-'.

People who are known as 'Aggie' include:

Fictional characters who are known as 'Aggie' include:

  • Aggie, from Nanny McPhee, a 2005 British children's film
  • Aggie, from Summer of '42, a 1971 American movie that has been adapted into a book and a Broadway musical
  • Aggie, from Itty Bitty Titty Committee, a 2007 comedy drama directed by Jamie Babbit
  • Aunt Aggie, from Angela's Ashes, a 1996 Irish-American book and 1999 film
  • Splendora Agatha 'Aggie' Cromwell, from the Halloweentown series of Disney television movies
  • Big Aggie, a Nac Mac Feegle from the Discworld fantasy book series
  • Aggie McDonald, from Johnny Belinda, a 1940 American play that was adapted into a 1948 film and a 1967 film
  • Aggie Mack, a comic strip character created in 1946 by Hal Rasmusson
  • Niagara 'Aggie' Threepwood, a character from the Blandings Castle stories of P. G. Wodehouse
  • Aggie Wilcox, from the Ministry is Murder novel series by American author Emilie Richards
  • Aggie James, from Nocturnal by Scott Sigler



Aggie may be a diminutive form of Agricultural, which forms part of the name or historical name of many schools, particularly in the United States. Many of the originated as a land-grant university in the US. The following schools, or a student, alumnus, sporting team or newspaper of one of these schools may be referred to as 'Aggie':[citation needed]


  • Aggie, nickname for EAS Agamemnon, a fictional spaceship from Babylon 5, a 1990s US television series
  • Aggie, nickname for HMS Agamemnon, a battleship in the Royal Navy launched in 1906
  • Aggie on Horseback, nickname for HMS Weston-Super-Mare, a ship in the Royal Navy launched in 1932

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