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Origin of the name DOROTHY.
Etymology of the name DOROTHY.
Meaning of the baby name DOROTHY.


DOROTHY.  Anglicized form of the Greek and Latin name Dorothea, meaning "gift of God."  Usage: America, England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales.
    Dorothy Koomson, an English novelist.  Dorothy Parker (d. 1967), was an American poet and satirist.  Dorothy Macardle (d. 1958), was an Irish author and historian.  Dorothy Dunnett (d. 2001), was a Scottish historical novelist.  Dorothy Edwards (d. 1934), was a Welsh novelist. (Wiki)

Dorothy was once one of the most usual of English names.  In the days of affectation, under the House of Hanover, Dorothy fell into disuse, but was regarded as of the same old Puritan character as Abigail or Tabitha. (History of Christian Names, Yonge, 1884)


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