Definitions

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  • proper noun A female given name.

Etymologies

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A 20th century spelling variant of Stacy.

Examples

  • Staci is thin and hates fat people, and John is over 600 pounds and hates skinny people.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • She called Staci and then she called her other friend Danielle, who was always babysitting for lots of money but was going to take care of Maisie for free because Danielle knew how mean Mommy was, trying to make them move to godforsaken New Mexico, thousands of miles away from their father’s twin.

    The Promised World

  • She called Staci and then she called her other friend Danielle, who was always babysitting for lots of money but was going to take care of Maisie for free because Danielle knew how mean Mommy was, trying to make them move to godforsaken New Mexico, thousands of miles away from their father’s twin.

    The Promised World

  • She called Staci and then she called her other friend Danielle, who was always babysitting for lots of money but was going to take care of Maisie for free because Danielle knew how mean Mommy was, trying to make them move to godforsaken New Mexico, thousands of miles away from their father’s twin.

    The Promised World

  • Her mother, Killo Kitty aka Staci Sniderman, coaches the Junior Derby Dolls.

    The Seattle Times

  • Her mother, Killo Kitty aka Staci Sniderman, coaches the Junior Derby Dolls.

    The Seattle Times

  • In November at the Monaco Media Forum, I interviewed paidContent editor Staci Kramer about how consumer technology is quickly changing the strategies of digital publishers -- a theme surely to be explored next week.

    Andy Plesser: #NotToBeMissed: Arianna Huffington, Keith Olbermann @paidContent NYC March 3

  • Staci Gonzales is now a mother of two living in Pennsylvania.

    Ben Quayle's run for Congress, interrupted by Internet columnist Nik Richie

  • How to transform failure into success from Staci J. Shelton

    Women Grow Business » Destination Failure: Why It’s Not Always The Worst

  • Staci Gabrielli, marine coordinator for King Harbor Marina says the fish apparently swam into the harbor to escape a red tide, a naturally occurring event that can poison fish or starve them of oxygen, the Associated Press reports.

    Millions of dead fish float to surface at California harbor

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