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- proper noun An
English surname, variant of Stacey.
- proper noun A male
given nametransferred from the surname.
- proper noun A female
given namederived from the surname, popular in the 1970s.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
STACY PETERSON: Hey, dad, it ` s me, Stacy, I just wanted to call and tell you I love you.
Notable: His brother Stacy is an up-and-coming offensive lineman with the Cincinnati Bengals.
Stacy is a soon-to-be big sister who at first has mixed feelings about her new sibling, but when the baby dies of sudden infant death syndrome, Stacy is sad and misses her.
Cousin Stacy, on March 10th, 2009 at 1: 47 pm Said:
TUESDAY | The Queen of the Nile gets her due at last in Stacy Schiff's biography Cleopatra.
Stacy is a great editor with excellent taste in books (she keeps bugging me to revise Scribbler).
Cousin Stacy, on August 24th, 2009 at 7: 22 pm Said:
My main point also, and to Stacy is that these assets would be squandered by the likes of firm who could not invest in them, do not have a customer base and would have to charge any way they could.
The final award, a Purple Heart, was awarded to Captain Stacy Georgilas, U.S.
Plus, according to IMDB, Gwen Stacy is also appearing in this – which makes it REALLY old school!