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The name Pittypat.

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Sandy Do you think the name implies anything?


Jessica It was just a nickname she was given as a child


Kirby I thought it was a suitably childish name for a simple childlike woman.


Mary The book describes how she got the name from how she ran around in her tiny little shoes.

That's a real southern thing..I went to college with girls with names like, "Peaches, Tutter, Susu, etc..."
They mostly came from old families with lots of money.


Sandy Mary wrote: "The book describes how she got the name from how she ran around in her tiny little shoes.

That's a real southern thing..I went to college with girls with names like, "Peaches, Tutter, Susu, etc......"


Wow, got it. Thanks for the information.


Nora Kirby wrote: "I thought it was a suitably childish name for a simple childlike woman."

I'm with ya.


Nora Mary wrote: "The book describes how she got the name from how she ran around in her tiny little shoes.

That's a real southern thing..I went to college with girls with names like, "Peaches, Tutter, Susu, etc......"


I'd forgotten this. Sounds logical.


Nora Sandy wrote: "Do you think the name implies anything?"
Could have.........flighty, pampered, sheltered, childish....


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