In the original tale of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, as it appeared in the collection by the brothers Grimm, the dwarfs had no names. They were first given names in a 1912 Broadway play of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs written and produced by Winthrop Ames, who called them Blick, Flick, Glick, Snick, Plick, Which and Quee. When Walt Disney made his animated film of the story in 1937, his names for the dwarfs were selected from a list of over 50.
The names that did not make it were as follows:
Silly, Sappy, Scrappy, Snappy, Snoopy, Goopy, Gloomy, Gaspy, Gabby, Blabby, Flabby, Crabby, Cranky, Lazy, Dizzy, Dippy, Dumpy, Dirty, Deafy, Daffy, Doleful, Woeful, Wistful, Soulful, Helpful, Awful, Graceful, Tearful, Tubby, Weepy, Wheezy, Sneezy-Wheezy, Sniffy, Puffy, Stuffy, Strutty, Shorty, Shifty, Thrifty, Nifty, Neurtsy, Hotsy, Hungry, Hickey, Hoppy, Jumpy, Jaunty, Chesty, Busy, Burpy, Baldy, Biggy-Wiggy, Biggo-Ego.