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Origin: Netherlands
Region Origin: Western Europe

Bonnie is a Scottish given name that primarily means "pretty," "attractive," "beautiful," or "good". It is derived from the Scots word "bonnie" (pretty, attractive) and the French word "bonne" (good). The name Bonnie has been in use since the 19th century and gained popularity after the movie "Gone with the Wind" (1939) in which it was the nickname of Scarlett's daughter. The origin of the name Bonnie is Scottish, and it is a variation of the French word "bon," which also means "good". The name has been popularized by various historical figures and fictional characters, such as Bonnie Parker, an American gangster (Bonnie and Clyde), and Bonnie Bennett from the television series "The Vampire Diaries".

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