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  • proper n. A diminutive of the female given names Kimberley or Kimberly.


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  • Kimmy is shorthand for Katie and her husband, Timmy. - News Articles

  • I think it's terrific that Kimmy is making an educated decision and I think it's even better that her parents are letting her make and will respect her decision.

    Decision Time

  • We called her "Kimmy" - a childhood diminutive that fit her impish and delightful disposition at 57 as well as it fit the radiant little blonde girl who first answered to it.


  • She had tried calling Kimmy after dinner, but got the answering machine.

    The New Evil

  • Mrs. Corcoran went into the kitchen to call Kimmy’s parents to come and get her.

    The Second Evil

  • "Kimmy" Sponsafier commercial later this year in the Nationwide race Sept. 11 at Richmond.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • Cutting Edge who's known "Kimmy" at least 20 years. - News

  • Indeed, as Hitler slept with orders not to be awakened and failed to release the armor to the commanders at Normandy, so Obama will probably sleep through lil 'Kimmy's missile launch at Hawaii.

    Knowledge is Power

  • Kimmy would never tell me anything,” my mother said.

    History of a Suicide

  • Kimmy says: ruuffles: Moreover, the corruption (or “lobbying”) will just get filtered to the backrooms of legislatures.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Repeal the 17th Amendment?


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