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Cissy, Cissie or Cissi may refer to :
- Cissie Caudeiron (1909–1968), Creole nationalist and folklorist
- Cissy Chandler (died 1954), wife of American author Raymond Chandler
- Cecilia Cissi Elwin Frenkel (born 1965), Swedish journalist and television presenter
- Zainunnisa Gool (1897–1963) anti-apartheid political and civil rights leader in South Africa, nicknamed "Cissie"
- Cissy Houston (born 1933), American singer
- Cissy King (born 1946), American-born singer and dancer
- Cissi Klein (1929-1943), Norwegian Jewish girl who is commemorated every year as one of the victims of the Holocaust
- Cecilia Loftus (1876–1943), Scottish actress and singer, nicknamed "Cissie" or "Cissy"
- Cecilia Östlund (born 1988), Swedish curler, nicknamed "Cissi"
- Cissy Patterson (1884-1948), American writer and newspaper owner
- Cissie Stewart (1911–2008) British swimmer
Film and TV
- Cissy (Pokémon), a Pokémon anime character
- Narcissa Malfoy, nicknamed "Cissy", from the Harry Potter stories
- Cissy Davis, a character in the U.S. TV series Family Affair
- a character in Cissie and Ada, a British television skit from the 1970s and 1980s
- "The Cissy", an episode of the television series South Park
- Cissi, an Ancient Roman city and former bishopric in Mauretania, at the site of Djinet, a town and commune in Boumerdès Province, Algeria, now a Latin Catholic titular see
- "The Cissy", a song by The Action
- A British spelling variation of sissy used at least prior to the mid 1970s
- Cisgender or cissexual in LGBT slang (possibly derogatory)
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