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Origin: Kosovo
Region Origin: Southern Europe

Sadie is a feminine given name of Hebrew origin, meaning "princess". It is a diminutive of the Hebrew name Sarah. The name has also been associated with the Spanish title for the Virgin Mary, Maria de las Mercedes, meaning "mercy". The name Sadie was popular in the late 1800s in the United States and has experienced a resurgence in popularity since the mid-1980s. It has ranked among the top 200 names for newborn girls in England and Wales and among the top 100 in Northern Ireland, Scotland, the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand in the past decade. The name Sadie has been used as a standalone name and has also been used as a nickname for Sarah. Some famous people who have chosen the name Sadie for their daughters include Adam Sandler and Christina Applegate.

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