Cindy Name Meaning & Origin
Origin of the name Cindy:
A pet form of Cynthia or Lucinda, Cindy is also bestowed as an independent given name.
From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman.
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According to the baby name book "Cool Names" by Pamela Redmond Satran and Linda Rosenkrantz, the name Cindy is 'uncool', while the name Sydney is 'cool', and the name Sidony is 'cooler'.
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We have a white fluffy cat named Cindy, and this name really fits her. She can be sweet and playful at times, but sometimes she's a little prissy. When she is being lovey or acting cute we call her "Cindy-Lou" or "Cindy-Lou Who".
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Cin, Cinder, Cinders, Cinderella, Cinderelly, Cind, Cindy-Lou/Sue/Rue/Boo, Cindy-Lou/Sue/Rue/Boo Who, Cygnet
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Cindy Crawford, supermodel.
Cindy Williams, actress best known for her role as Shirley in TV series "Laverne and Shirley".
Cindy McCain, American businesswoman and wife of John McCain
Cindy Nelson, American alpine ski racer
Cindy Sheehan, American anti-war activist
Cindy Wilson, American singer (The B-52's)
Cindy Sherman,Aan American photographer and film director
Cindy Walker, A prolific American songwriter, as well as a country music singer and dancer
Cindy Klassen, a Canadian long track speed skater
Cindy Birdsong, an American singer
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Cindy Snow, on the 1970s TV series "Three's Company", played by Jenilee Harrison
Cindy Campbell, the main protagonist of the Scary Movie franchise
"Cindy's Main Mood", song by Buell Neidlinger and Cecil Taylor
Cindy Brady, character from the '70s sitcom "The Brady Bunch"
Cindy Lou Who, character in Dr. Seuss' "How the Grinch Stole Christmas".