Ally a common female name.


*Ally Carter, American author of young adult and adult fiction
*Ally Fowler (born Alexandra Fowler in 1961), Australian actress in 1980s soap operas
*Ally Gallacher (1909-1964), Scottish football manager
*Ally McCoist (born 1962), Scottish former professional football (soccer) player
*Ally MacLeod (1931–2004), Scottish professional football player, and manager
*Ally Maxwell (born 1965), Scottish football coach and former professional footballer
*Ally Ridgers (born 1980), professional footballer for Scottish Premier League side Inverness CT
*Ally Sheedy (born 1962), American screen and stage actress
*Ally Shewan, Scottish former football player
*Ally Walker (born Allene Walker in 1961), American actress
*Aziza Sleyum Ally, Member of Parliament in the National Assembly of Tanzania
*Carl Ally (1924–1999), American advertising executive who founded Ally & Gargano
*Tony Ally (born 1973), British diver
*Ally Crowe (Born 1988) Soccer Player


*Ally, Cantal, a community in France
*Ally, Haute-Loire, a community in France
*Ally, a nickname for Alyeska Resort, a ski resort in Girdwood, Alaska


*Ally, sister of Betty Spaghetty, a bendable rubber doll from the Ohio Art Company
*"Ally" (1999-2000), the short-lived half-hour sitcom spin-off of "Ally McBeal" (1997-2002), both American television series on the FOX network.
*Ally Sloper, one of the earliest fictional comic strip characters, created for the British magazine Judy
**Ally Sloper's Half Holiday, British comic, first published on May 3rd 1884
*Ally's Tartan Army, a novelty record released by Scottish comedian Andy Cameron
*Ally's World, a series of books written for young adults by Karen McCombie
*, WWII propaganda film produced by the US War Department and Signal Corp

See also

*Allies"Ally" might be given as a nickname to Allison (Alyson, Alison, Allyson, etc.), or Alastair (Alistair, Alasdair, etc). Different spellings could also be Ali, Allie, Alliee, etc. Allie also might be given to Alexandra or Alyssa.

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  • Ally — puede referirse a: Ally, comuna de Cantal (Francia). Ally, comuna de Alto Loira (Francia). Ally era una serie de televisión norteamericana iniciada en 1999. Esta página de desambiguación cataloga …   Wikipedia Español

  • Ally — Al*ly , n.; pl. {Allies}. [See {Ally}, v.] 1. A relative; a kinsman. [Obs.] Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. One united to another by treaty or league; usually applied to sovereigns or states; a confederate. [1913 Webster] The English soldiers and their… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ally — ► NOUN (pl. allies) 1) a person, organization, or country that cooperates with another. 2) (the Allies) the countries that fought with Britain in the First and Second World Wars. ► VERB (allies, allied) (ally to/with) 1) …   English terms dictionary

  • Ally — Al*ly , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Allied}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Allying}.] [OE. alien, OF. alier, F. alier, fr. L. alligare to bind to; ad + ligare to bind. Cf. {Alligate}, {Alloy}, {Allay}, {Ligament}.] 1. To unite, or form a connection between, as… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ally — 1. This is now normally stressed on the first syllable, both as a noun and as a verb. 2. The verb has four typical constructions: (1) transitive, (2) intransitive, (3) reflexive • (Since Siegfried alone has the strength to win the Valkyrie for… …   Modern English usage

  • Ally — Al ly, n. See {Alley}, a marble or taw. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ally — index affiliate, backer, bear (support), benefactor, coactor, coadjutant, cohort, colleague …   Law dictionary

  • ally — colleague, *partner, copartner, confederate Analogous words: *associate, comrade, companion: supporter, upholder, backer (see corresponding verbs at SUPPORT): cooperator (see corresponding verb at UNITE) Antonyms: adversary Contrasted words:… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • ally — [n] something united with another, especially by treaty accessory, accomplice, associate, coadjutor, collaborator, colleague, confederate, co worker, friend, helper, partner; concepts 299,322,354,359 Ant. antagonist, enemy …   New thesaurus

  • ally — [ə lī′, alī′; ] also, and for n. usually [, al′ī] vt. allied, allying [ME alien < OFr alier < L alligare < ad , to + ligare, to bind: see LIGATURE] 1. to unite or associate for a specific purpose, as families by marriage, nations by… …   English World dictionary

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