What does Eppie mean?
Eppie \e(p)-pie\ as a girls' name is of Greek, Hebrew and Persian origin, and the meaning of Eppie is "good to speak; my delight is in her; myrtle, bride, star". Pet form of Euphemia, Hephzibah and Esther.
For more information, see also the related girl name Effie.
Eppie has 50 related forms via Esther, Euphemia, Hephzibah: Chepziba, Chepzibah, Effam, Effemy, Effi, Effie▼, Effy, Efimia, Efthymia, Eistir, Ephan, Ephie, Ess, Essie▼, Essy, Esta▼, Estee, Ester▼, Estera, Eszter, Ettey, Etti, Ettie▼, Etty, Eufane, Eufemia, Euphemie, Euphenia, Euphie, Evfemiya, Fanny▼, Fima, Hefzia, Hefziba, Hephzia, Hephziba, Hepsibah, Hepsie, Hepzi, Hepzia, Hepzibah, Hester▼, Hesther, Hetty, Hittie, Phebe▼, Phemie, Phoebe, Yefim and Yesfir.
Eppie is an uncommon given name for females and an equivalently unique surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Below is a charted analysis of the popularity of the girl name Eppie and corresponding names. Prominent related forms of Eppie (#unlisted) are Effie, Essie, Esta, Ester, Esther (#203 last year), Ettie, Euphemia, Fanny, Hester, Hetty, Phebe and Phoebe (#298). These girl names reached the peak of their popularity during the years 1880-1889 (usage of 0.5924%) and are now much less widespread (usage 0.1249%, down 78.9%), with forms such as Ester, Ettie, Fanny, Hester and Phebe falling out of fashion. Phoebe (#298) is the most contemporarily stylish birth name among these, with this name undergoing a rebound in popularity. (Top 1000 Baby Names Records, 2014)