For other uses, see Amy (disambiguation). Amy Pronunciation AY-mee Gender Female Language(s) Old French, Latin Origin Meaning "Beloved" Other names See also Amelia, Aimee Look up Amy in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Amy is a female given name, sometimes short for Amelia or Amanda. In French, the name is spelled "Aimée", which means "beloved". Notable people with the given name Amy: Amy Acker, American actress, Amy Adams, American actress and occasional singer, Amy Brenneman, American actress, Amy Bruckner, American actress and singer, Amy Carmichael, missionary to India, Amy Cimorelli, singer, Amy Carter, political activist, Amy Chow, retired gymnast, Amy Chua, Chinese-American law professor and writer, Amy Cotton, Canadian judoka, Amy Dalby, British actress, Amy Davidson, American actress, Amy Diamond, Swedish-British singer, Amy Dumas, American singer, retired professional wrestler, and former WWE Diva, Amy Fisher, The Long Island Lolita and a porn star, Amy Grant, American Christian contemporary pop singer, Amy Beth Hayes, British actress, Amy Heckerling (born 1954), American film director, Amy Hempel (born 1951) American writer and journalist, Amy Hennig, video game director and script writer, Amy Hill (born 1953), American actress, Amy Holland (born 1953), American pop rock singer, Amy Irving, American actress, Amy Lindsay, American actress, Amy Johnson, English aviatrix, Amy Jo Johnson, American actress, singer-songwriter and musician, Amy Klobuchar, a United States senator from Minnesota, Amy Lee, American singer-songwriter, pianist and lead singer of Evanescence, Amy Lee (saxophonist), American musician, Amy Lowell, American poet, Amy MacDonald (disambiguation), multiple people, Amy Mainzer, American astronomer, Amy Millan, Canadian singer-songwriter, Amy Nuttall, British actress and singer, Amy O'Neill, American actress/performer., Amy Palmer, American hammer thrower, Amy Phillips, British Comedian and impressionist, Amy Poehler, American comedian and actress, Amy Ray, American singer-songwriter, half of the Indigo Girls duo, Amy Ryan, American actress, Amy Schumer, American comedian and actress, Amy Sedaris, American actress, author, and comedian, Amy Sky, Canadian singer-songwriter, record producer, theatre actress, and television host, Amy Smart, American actress and fashion model, Amy Studt, British singer-songwriter, Amy Tan, American writer, Amy Tong, American judoka, Amy Veness, British actress, Amy Vermeulen, Canadian football (soccer) forward, Amy Walker, American actress and singer, Amy Weber, American model, singer, actress, professional wrestler, and former WWE Diva, Amy Welborn, an American author, Amy Williams (born 1982), British Olympic Skeleton champion, Amy Winehouse (1983-2011), British singer-songwriter, Amy Winfrey, American animator, Amy Witting (born 1918-2001), Australian writer, Amy Wright (born 1950), American actress, Amy Yasbeck (born 1962), American actress, Amy Zegart (born 1967), American writer and academic, Amy Zongo (born 1980), French athlete, Amy fox British Adventurer Fictional characters: Amy Anderson (later, Mizuno), name in the English dub of the Sailor Moon series, of Ami Mizuno, the alter ego of Sailor Mercury, Amy Brookes, playable character in the sequel to the 2004 ObsCure (video game), Amy Cahill, one of the main characters of The 39 Clues series, Amy Duncan, main character in the TV show, Good Luck Charlie, Amy Denver, character in Beloved (novel) by Toni Morrison, Amy Farrah Fowler, Sheldon Cooper's girlfriend on Americam sitcom The Big Bang Theory., Amy Gardner, lobbyist and the First Lady's Chief of Staff in The West Wing, Amy Green (Friends character), Rachel Green's little sister in the TV series Friends, played by Christina Applegate, Amy Juergens, main character in the teen show The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Amy Limietta, a character from the Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha series, Amy MacDougall, Robert Barone's girlfriend on the sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, Amy Matthews, Cory Matthews mother on sitcom, "Boy Meets World", Amy Madison, a character in the hit TV show Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Amy March, character from Little Women by Louisa May Alcott, Amy Pond, companion of the Doctor in the British T.V. show Doctor Who, Amy Rose, character from the video game franchise Sonic the Hedgehog, Amy Sorel, playable female character in the Soul series of fighting games, Amy Sutton, character in the Sweet Valley High series, Amy Wong, character in the television show Futurama

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