What does Stephany mean?
ASSOCIATED through greek, crown (queen)
VARIANTS Stephoney, Stephannie, Stephania, Stephani▼, Stephana, Stefinney, Steffenie, Steffanie, Steffaney, Stefenney, Stefanie▼, Stefania, Stefani▼, Stefana
RELATED forms VIA STEPHANIE Stepa, Stepania, Stepanyda, Stepfanie, Stepha, Stephaine, Stephane, Stephanina, Stephanine, Stephene, Stepheney, Stephine, Stephney, Stesha, StevanaCREATIVE FORMS(female) (male) center NAME PAIRINGSStephany Aryah (S.A.), ..
How renowned is Stephany?
Stephany is a an extremely popular very first name for females (#1340 out of 4276, top 31%) and additionally a very popular surname because that both adults and children (#23501 the end of 150436, top 16%). (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)
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Stephany gotten in the perform in 1910-1919 and also reached the apex location of #442 in the U.S. In 1990, but is not in the top 1000 currently. (2018 U.S. SSA RECORDS)
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Prominent related creates of Stephany listed in the peak 2000 room Stefani, Stefania, Stefanie, Steffanie, Stephaine, Stephani, Stephania and Stephanie (#318 IN recent RANKINGS). Various other forms, prefer Stepha, are uncommon. Fostering of these forms of Stephany was much more pronounced amongst parents 38 years earlier (ADOPTION the 1.41%) and is now substantially reduced (ADOPTION 0.06%, ▼95.7%).
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Recommended sound-alike names room Bethanny, Bethany▼, Betheny, Brettany, Delany, Devany, Estefany, Melany, Saesha, Sarahann, Sean, Seana, Sepharina, Sephira, Shan, Shan-, Shana▼, Shanay, Shandy, Shane, Shaney, Shani, Shary, Shay, Sheran, Sheray, Shervan, Shoshana, Shushana, Siobhan▼, Sophey, Sophy, Stacy▼, Stasha, Stasy, Stefa, Steffa, Stefka, Stefya, Stela, Stella, Stepahnie (see Stephanie), Stepanida, Steshka (see Stephanie), Stetcyn (see Stetson), Stetson, Stevena, Stevey, Stevonna, Stevonne, Sueann, Suesan, Suesana, Suesann, Svetlana, Swetlana and Tipheny. This names tend to it is in less commonly used than Stephany.