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Popularity Over Time: How Many Girls Have Been Named Sudie
This chart illustrates how many Girls were named Sudie in the U.S. since 1880.
A few facts about the girl's name Sudie:
Records indicate that 2,905 girls in the United States have been named Sudie since 1880.
The greatest number of people were given this name in 1916, when 99 people in the U.S. were given the name Sudie. Those people are now 101 years old.
So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.
Comments about the name Sudie
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1 Positive Comment
"I WAS NAMED AFTER MY AUNT SUDIE AND SHE WAS NAMED AFTER HER AUNT SUDIE. YES ALOT OF POOPLE MISS PRONOUNCE MY NAME AS SADIE, JUDY, OR EVEN POODIE LOL. I HAVE MET ONLY ONE PERSON WITH MY NAME BUT MOST PEOPLE I MET ALWAYS SAY THAT THEY HAVE NEVER EVEN HEARD MY NAME BEFORE." Jan. 30, 2009:
6 Neutral Comments
"Ihave a comment to the person that grew up in Dublin County,NC I would love to talk to her please forward this" Jul. 21, 2017:
"Wikipedia's article "List of biblical names", List of biblical names starting with S has the following:
Sodi, my secret
Sud, my secret
The names listed in this article come from Hebrew, Greek, Aramaic,& Latin languages." May. 23, 2016:
"My great-grandmothers name is sudie. She named her daughter Susan, which is my grandma. She said somewhere in the 50's the name sudie changed to Susan. It's actually an old way to say Susan." Nov. 15, 2014:
"My name is Sudie and I was named after my grandmother also. I am often asked about the origin of my name as well. I recently had a business call from a lady whose grandmother was also named Sudie. She and I both share similar explanations. For me to be exact, my grandmother's mother was a full blooded Cherokee Indian. We both felt that it had an Indian Connotation. However, when looking up Indian names, I could not find the name Sudie." Jul. 21, 2014:
"My name is Sudie and I was named after my grandmother who was named after her aunt. It is on old family name. I have pondered upon the original origin of the name many times. I have met 3 other people named sudie so far and others who have known someone named sudie. I have been told it is a southern name. I have also found that sudie is an english named meaning lily from a root word of shosana in hebrew. Sudi comes from africa and egypt meaning lucky or success. A persian man once told me that sudie comes from the persian word sud or sood which means wealth or abundance, commonly from the name sudabeh which is also associated with water and an abundance of blessings. I have come across similar words and spellings of sudie from turkish, hindu, arabic, napali, and sanskrit origins. If anyone can further this quest of origin please share! :)" Mar. 11, 2012:
"Sudie was the first name of both my sister and my grandmother. People INVARIABLY pronounce and/or spell it incorrectly. The correct pronunciation is SOO-dee, but it gets mispronounced as "SUDD-ee" (as in "sudden"), Sudsy, Say-dee... it's even misspelled on several genealogy sites as "Sadie" (I have my sister's birth cert -- it's SUDIE, not SADIE, but someone transcribing it decided her name was Sadie)." Apr. 19, 2007:
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