Dixie (disambiguation)


Dixie (disambiguation)

Dixie is a nickname for the southeastern United States.

Dixie may also refer to:

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Other places in North America

Nicknames for other places

Entertainment

  • "Dixie" (song), well-known song born of the American minstrel tradition
  • Dixie (album), album by the post-hardcore band Avail
  • Dixie (film), Bing Crosby musical
  • Dixieland, an early style of jazz music

People

  • Dixie Baronets, thirteen holders of an English baronetcy created in 1660
  • Dixie Carter (1939-2010), stage and television actress
  • Dixie Carter (wrestling), businesswoman
  • Dixie Dean, English footballer
  • Dixie (Pee-wee's Playhouse), a taxi-cab driver character
  • Dixie, the mouse and title character, in the animated series Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks
  • Dixie Chicks, a country music group
  • Dixie Cooney, a character on the daytime television show All My Children
  • Dixie Kong, an animated game character from Nintendo's Donkey Kong series
  • Dixie Willis, an Australian middle distance runner
  • Lady Florence Dixie (1855-1905), British feminist author
  • Mark Dixie, a chef who was convicted of the 25 September 2005 murder of 18-year-old model Sally Anne Bowman
  • Dixie Clemets, a character in the video games Rumble Roses and Rumble Roses XX

In other uses

See also

  • Winn-Dixie - Disambiguation
  • Dixi (disambiguation)

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