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  1. Twiggy. My west side cousins gave this name.
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As I revisited this page it brought back a nickname my dad gave my daughter.  She always loved to spend the night with her G-ma Vonnie.  Because she would go over to their house and eat their stockpile of Tuna (really was soething they saved for the winter due to his work being slack)  so he started calling her TUNA BUG!!!  She hated it but it really was a term of endearment.  My mom would tell her that she could spend the night but she was cooking beans, something she didn't ike.  LOL  But their tuna was always tere.  LOL  I love my lil tuna bug.

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Yes! Cat or Cate.If you count my Dads name for me until he died, it was Brat.I still smile about that.How about you?

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My sons both call me Mom, my granddaughter calls me MawMaw, and when my three goats see me coming they all say "Maaaaaa"!  I guess those are my nicknames.

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My grandson calls me "hiya".  When he was an infant i would call home and my daughter wd put the phone to his ear.  I would say hiya, hiya. As soon as he started talking thats what he called me!   We were shopping one day and a stranger asked me what language he was using.  English of course.  Hes in college now and im still his "hiya"

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That's what my older nephew and my 40 somethings niece call me that name instant of aunt. Now there children's sometime tee tee and some call me aunt and aunty . Any way I still like🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗
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As a little girl my German born, raised in Odessa, Russia great-grandmother called me "Bootsie", the boot rhymes with the word soot. She died when I was nine. As an adult I have tried looking for the meaning of bootsie to no avail. If anyone out there knows the origin and meaning please contact me.

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Cute name cat! nice quick post

Michael {Oz}

 

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