What does Stefanie mean?
Stefanie /ste-fa-nie/ as a girls' name. Stefanie's name origin is Greek, and the meaning of Stefanie is "garland, crown". Stefanie is an alternate form, with the prefix Stef-, of Stephanie (Greek): feminine of Stephen.
(female) Stefamie, Stefanah, ..
(male) Stefafiq, Stefaste, ..
How popular is Stefanie?
Stefanie is a very prominent first name for females (#597 out of 4276, Top 14%) and a slightly less prominent surname for all people (#127948 out of 150436, Top 85%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Charted below is the birth name history of Stefanie for girls. Stefanie was first listed in 1940-1949 and reached its apex rank of #178 in the U.S. during 1980-1989, but is not found in the list currently. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Below is a charted comparison of the history of Stefanie and corresponding names. Stephanie (#205 from current records), Stevie (#951), Stephany (#1743), Stephania, Stephani, Steffie, Stefania, Steffanie and Stefani are the prominent varying forms of Stefanie. Adoption of these forms of Stefanie was at its highest 3 decades ago (average #1097) and is now much lower (#1689, 94.4% less usage), with versions like Stefanie going out of style. Stevie is the most contemporarily stylish name for newborns here.
Suggested similar names are Bennie▼, Bernie, Brettnie (see Brittany), Chessnie (see Chesney), Danie, Delanie, Devanie, Elanie, Estefani▼, Estefania▼, Estephanie, Genie, Gennie, Glennie, Henie, Janie▼, Jeanie▼, Jeffie, Jennie▼, Joanie, Lealie, Melanie▲, Pelagie, Rennie, Rosanie, Samarie, Sande, Sarie, Sean, Seana, Seelie, Sefarina, Selie, Selinde, Serafine, Serene, Shanice▼, Shanie, Shanise, Sherae, Sherai, Sheraie (see Sherry), Sheralin (see Cherilyn), Sheralle, Sheran, Sherrie▼, Shevone, Shevonne, Sivnie (see Sivney), Sofie, Stacee, Stacie▼, Stanze, Stasee, Stasia, Stasie, Staysie, Stefya, Stepanyda, Stephaine, Stephanina, Stephene, Stephine, Stephney, Stevena, Stevonna, Sueanna, Sueanne, Suezanne, Sunnie, Teofanie, Tiffanie▼, Tiffenie, Tyffenie and Vernie▼. These names tend to be less frequently used than Stefanie.