See also: lot'tie

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Diminutive +‎ -ie.

Proper nounEdit

Lottie

  1. A pet form of the female given name Charlotte.
    • 1852 D. H. Jacques, A Chapter on Names, The Knickerbocker, or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume XL, August 1852, page 117:
      My Charlotte conquers with a smile, / And reigneth queen of love.
      In the home-circle and among her companions, Charlotte lays aside her queenship and becomes a gentle Lottie.

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