J.D. is called many girl names, mostly by Dr. Cox. Occasionally others join in the fun and call him a girl's name too. Dr. Cox once offered to never call J.D. a girl's name again, but J.D. declined ("My Point of No Return"). Cox has revealed that Mondays are ethnic names ("My Cake").
Additionally, in "My Karma", Cox calls him literally "Girl's Name". In another episode, Dr. Cox refers to J.D. as "Wonder Bra".
* The girls names in these episodes may have been referring to another character. They are usually used as pairs, such as when Dr. Cox calls J.D. and Turk "Laverne and Shirley".
** This name was given to J.D. during one of J.D.'s fantasies, not in actuality.
References to J.D. as a Female
This section will list all references to J.D. being female, though not actually called by a girl's name.
“For starters, you should probably go ahead and thank your lucky stars that you finally found a gal that's into same sex relationships”— Dr. Cox("My Monster")
“Newbie, I know that your ovaries are absolutely tingling at the very sight of this little fellow, but you've got to snap out of it.”— Dr. Cox("My Interpretation")
“Sometimes in medicine you just have to chalk it up to one of life's great mysteries like crop circles or this gal's adam's apple.”— Dr. Cox
“I know, I know - a girl can dream, but this is never going to happen.”— Dr. Cox("My Philosophy")
“Sorry girls. Dropped my computer.”— Dr. Cox("My Kingdom")
“Good boy. And you, my little precious, should give some thought to purchasing some non-bunching panties. They give you the extra support you love so much, while protecting against those offensive lines underneath your scrubs.”— Dr. Cox
“Would you do me a favour and apologise to her while you're getting me some coffee? And please be quick, otherwise I'm just gonna have the manager send over a different waitress. Go!”— Dr. Cox("My Nightingale")
“Well then, it's your obligation as a doctor, and your privilege as a woman, to go back and ask him if you can't see it one more time.”— Dr. Cox("My Interpretation")
“I think we have to focus on the medical miracle that is one woman impregnating another. Sahdasy!”— Dr. Cox