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What does Stevena mean?

Stevena Pronunciation of Stevena as a name for girls is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Stevena is "garland, crown". Stevena is an alternate form of Stephanie (Greek): feminine of Stephen.


ASSOCIATED WITH greek, crown (queen)


VARIANTS Stevonna, Stevana, Stepheney

ALTERNATIVE FORMS VIA STEPHANIE Stefa, Stefana, Stefani, Stefania, Stefcia, Steffa, Stefka, Stefya, Stepa, Stepania, Stepha, Stephana, Stephene, Stesha, Steshka, Stevey, Stevie, Stevonne



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How popular is Stevena?

Stevena is an uncommonly occurring first name for females. Stevena is an unusual surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

Prominent variation forms of Stevena (NOT RANKED) ranked in the Top 2000 are Stephanie (#318 A YEAR AGO), Stevie (#665), Stefani and Stefania. Other forms, like Stevonne, are uncommon. Usage of these forms of Stevena was common among parents 38 years ago (AVERAGE #914) and has become significantly diminished since (#1245, 93.3%), with forms like Stefani going out of style. Stevie is the most trendy name for newborns among these. (2018 BIRTH STATISTICS)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Stefani, Stefania, Stephanie, Stevie in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Stephanie outside U.S.

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Recommended sound-alike names are Adeena, Alexena, Ameena, Avena, Breena, Celena, Cherena, Delena, Devona, Dreena, Eleena, Elvena, Geena, Helena, Jeena, Jovena, Keena, Kerena, Leena, Levona, Melvena, Neena, Queena, Raelena, Reena, Regena, Sabrena, Salvina, Sareena, Savana, Seana, Seanna, Sebina, Seema, Selena, Selene, Selenna, Selina, Selyna, Seneca, Seneka, Sereena, Serena, Serenah, Serenna, Sevanna, Shaena, Shavona, Sheeba, Sheena, Sheenah, Sheera, Sheina, Sherina, Sheva, Shevon, Siena, Silvana, Sireena, Sirvana, Starlena, Stella, Stina, Suesana, Syleena, Sylena, Sylvana, Sylvina, Syrena, Teena, Terena, Therena, Verena, Yelena and Zeena. These names tend to be more commonly used than Stevena.

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