|Meaning:||lady voyager; she who blesses; brings joy; victorious woman|
|Related Names:||Trix, Trixee, Trixi, Trixy, Trixiebelle, -trix, Beatrix, Beatrice, Viatrix, Victrix, -ie(1)|
ORIGIN AND HISTORY
Neither Trixie or Beatrix has ranked in the top 1000 names for girls in the last 100 years. Beatrice, however, ranked in the top 100 names consistently from 1900-1934 and the top 1000 names until 1997, then again in 1998, 2000, 2001, 2006, and 2007.
Rankings for Beatrice:
- 2007: Rank = 899
- 2006: Rank = 962
- 2005: Rank = ---
- 2004: Rank = ---
- 2003: Rank = ---
- 2002: Rank = ---
- 2001: Rank = 992
- 2000: Rank = 971
- 1990: Rank = 721
- 1980: Rank = 630
- 1970: Rank = 481
- 1960: Rank = 312
- 1950: Rank = 211
- 1940: Rank = 141
- 1930: Rank = 76
- 1920: Rank = 41
- 1910: Rank = 36
- 1900: Rank = 56
- "Trixie" is sometimes used as a derogatory slang term referring to a young urban white woman, usually in her late 20s or early 30s and single. They are typically depicted as social-climbing women looking to marry men with money.
- A trixie is a specific type of wager on three selections and consisting of four separate bets: three doubles and a treble. Two of the must win in order to gain a return.
- Trixie is the name of the distressed monospaced serif typeface created in 1991 by Erik Van Blokland using the inspiration of an old typewriter. Its "X" character was used in the title of the television show The X-Files.
- Trixie Norton - fictional character on the television show The Honeymooners
- Trixie - fictional character on the animated show Capitol Critters
- Trixie - a 2000 film starring Emily Watson as private eye Beatrice Zurbo.
- Trixie Belden - title character in a series of mysteries written between 1948 and 1986.
- Trixie Carter - character from the Disney animated series American Dragon: Jake Long
- Trixie - character from the 1960s anime series Speed Racer
- Trixie - character from the children's series LazyTown
- Trixie Tang - character from the children's cartoon show The Fairly Odd Parents
Trixie Smith (1895-1943) - Blues singer best remembered today for the excellent jazz bands that accompanied her on her records which were often released under the name Trixie Smith and Her Down Home Syncopators.
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Author: Samantha Bell
|Meaning||lady voyager; she who blesses; brings joy; victorious woman +|
|Meaningnc||lady voyager; she who blesses; brings joy; victorious woman +|
|Origin||English +, and German +|
|Rank in 2000s||0 +|
|Related||Trix +, Trixee +, Trixi +, Trixy +, Trixiebelle +, -trix +, Beatrix +, Beatrice +, Viatrix +, Victrix +, and -ie(1) +|