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Fanny (Fannie Borach) 1891–1951, U.S. singer and comedian.
a male given name.
Contemporary Examples

Dismembering History: The Shady Online Trade in Ancient Texts Candida Moss November 22, 2014
France’s Wave of Crazy-Terror Christmas Attacks Christopher Dickey December 23, 2014
Jean Dujardin, Oscar-Winner for ‘The Artist,’ Debuts New Sex Comedy Tracy McNicoll February 28, 2012
France’s Wave of Crazy-Terror Christmas Attacks Christopher Dickey December 23, 2014

Historical Examples

From Sand Hill to Pine Bret Harte
The Ebbing Of The Tide Louis Becke
Slave Narratives Vol. XIV. South Carolina, Part 1 Various
The Rover Boys Under Canvas Arthur M. Winfield
The Crisis, Complete Winston Churchill
The Floating Island of Madness Jason Kirby

noun
Fanny, real name Fannie Borach. 1891–1951, US actress and singer. The film Funny Girl was based on her life

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