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Fannie

or Fanny

[fan-ee] /ˈfæn i/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Frances.
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  • In the next room he came upon Fannie standing in a group of Rosemont and Montrose youths and damsels.

    John March, Southerner George W. Cable
  • "Why I should think you would," said Fannie, while Nina nodded sagely.

    Rosemary Josephine Lawrence
  • When Fannie had left the room, the widow beat her hands together, and the tears rolled down her cheeks.

    The Motor Maids' School Days Katherine Stokes
  • Fannie Mears, I do believe you were going to salt Rosemary's icing!

    Rosemary Josephine Lawrence
  • Fannie had sat down by the roadside to pout, when General Lee came riding by.

    Recollections and Letters of General Robert E. Lee (His Son) Captain Robert E. Lee

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