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The name "Effie" is also related to the Greek name "Euterpe" or "Efterpi". (see Euterpe)
-- Anonymous User  1/13/2005
This name has many origins and that's what makes it special.
-- Anonymous User  1/13/2005
Lena Kaligaris's younger sister in the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants is named Effie.
-- NurseMom75  1/13/2006
In the movie Dreamgirls, Effie is played by Jennifer Hudson.
-- bibi66  1/2/2007
In the beautifully written, heart-wrenching, outstanding novel 'Running Home' by Tessa Doran, Effie is Cait's little sister.
-- Surreal  1/13/2007
My name is Stefanie and people have called me Effie all my life, I think it's really cute. :) I think that it's a much more original nickname than Stef or Steffie etc. Less predictable.
-- Anonymous User  3/10/2007
Effie can also be a nickname for Josephine.
-- Anonymous User  10/2/2007
I really like it, would probably use Effie as a nickname for Ethelyn.
-- Free_Spirited_Girly  6/3/2008
I love this name - it's just unfortunate that it sounds like the "eff word". I wouldn't name my child this because I can see kids teasing her about "EFF you" and so on. Maybe they wouldn't, but I just wouldn't want to risk it. I absolutely love the name though. It looks and sounds beautiful.
-- Anonymous User  7/9/2008
Effi Briest is the title character of Theodor Fontane's 1894 novel.
-- Entchen  1/18/2009
Effie, spelled Effy, is the nickname of one of the main characters on the British teen drama "Skins" portrayed by the actress Kaya Scodelario. Her given name is Elizabeth, but she goes by Effy. She is beautiful, mysterious, and a bit dangerous.
-- Sara Drake  6/2/2009
Effie Trinket is a character from The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.
-- Anonymous User  7/23/2009
Effie (Euphemia) Gray was born in Scotland in 1828. She married the Victorian art critic John Ruskin. The marriage was never consumated. After annulling the marriage, she married the pre-Raphaelite artist John Everett Millais and had eight children.
-- Rose-Berry  10/11/2009
I like this name. But it's quite strange like "f you! Effie!"
-- GrapeGirl93  5/5/2010
Effie is a character in the obscure play MACBETH DID IT.
-- Anonymous User  9/19/2010
Also diminutive of EFTYCHIA.
-- Celebrin  1/8/2012
Very common pet form of the Greek name Euthemia as well.
-- Anonymous User  1/8/2012

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