Bobbie



a male given name, form of Robert.
a female given name.
Contemporary Examples

Death-Row Pen Pals Deidre Depke November 19, 2009
The Secret of Don Draper’s Sex Appeal Natasha Vargas-Cooper July 21, 2010
The Secret of Don Draper’s Sex Appeal Natasha Vargas-Cooper July 21, 2010
Caught Between Military and Civilian Justice, a Battered Wife Waits and Waits for Help Jacob Siegel April 20, 2014
GOP Donors Revolt Against Republican-Led Government Shutdown David Freedlander October 2, 2013

Historical Examples

The Railway Children E. Nesbit
Penny of Top Hill Trail Belle Kanaris Maniates
The Testing of Diana Mallory Mrs. Humphry Ward
The Explorer W. Somerset Maugham
My Man Jeeves P. G. Wodehouse

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