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Amy

Derived from Old French "aimee" and heavily influenced by the instant success of Amy Grant, contemporary Christian and pop singer, when she debuted in 1977, produced her first No. 1 hit in 1979 and released a platinum album in 1982. Name listed among the top 10 from 1969 to 1981 and is still popular today for its trendy long "ee" sound, yet traditional "y" spelling. , Beloved

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French
Portuguese
Gender
Unisex
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Famous Amys
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