Tiffanie

What does the baby name Tiffanie mean? Learn about what Tiffanie means, its history & origin, popularity in our random name database, pronunciation, similar names, nicknames & spelling variations.

Tiffanie - Name Meaning, Origin & Popularity

Spelling of Tiffanie
T-I-F-F-A-N-I-E, is a 8-letter female given name.
Meaning of Tiffanie
Epiphany.
Origin of Tiffanie
'Tiffanie' is a name that originated in the English language. It is a variant spelling of the more common name Tiffany. The earliest known use of the name Tiffany can be traced back to the 12th century in medieval Britain. It was derived from the Greek word 'Theophania', which means 'the appearance of God'. Over time, the name Tiffany evolved into 'Tiffanie', adding a unique twist to its traditional form.
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Similar Names, Nicknames, & Spelling Variations of Tiffanie
Theophania
Theophanie
Tifani
Tifennie
Tiff
Tiffaney
Tiffani
Tiffany
Tiffie
Tiffiney
Tiffini
Tiffney
Tiffy
Popularity of Tiffanie
The popularity of the name 'Tiffanie' has fluctuated over the years. In the late 20th century, the name Tiffany experienced a significant surge in popularity, reaching its peak in the 1980s. This popularity spilled over to the variant spelling 'Tiffanie', although to a lesser extent. Since then, the name 'Tiffanie' has gradually declined in usage, but it still holds a special place in the hearts of many.
Tiffanie currently has 1 like, and is in the top 20% of liked girl's names. The name Chinue is slightly more popular than Tiffanie.

Etymology of Tiffanie

The name 'Tiffanie' has its linguistic roots in the Greek word 'Theophania', which was later adapted into the Old French name 'Tifaine' and eventually transformed into Tiffany. The Greek word itself is a combination of 'Theos', meaning 'God', and 'Phainein', meaning 'to appear'. Thus, the name 'Tiffanie' carries the profound meaning of 'the appearance of God'. It is a name that embodies spirituality and divine presence.

Cultural Significance of Tiffanie

The name 'Tiffanie' does not have any specific cultural significance attached to it. However, given its association with the Greek word 'Theophania', which has strong religious connotations, the name 'Tiffanie' may hold particular significance within Christian communities. It can symbolize the belief in the manifestation of God 's presence in the world.