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Epiphany Proudfoot was the name of Lisa Bonet's character in the film "Angel Heart".
-- Elphi  12/23/2005
Naming your child this is like naming her Easter.
-- Anonymous User  1/2/2007
The name's a bit ''out there'', and it sounds a bit funny with the 'p's and the 'f' sound.
-- slight night shiver  4/22/2008
It is kind of like naming your daughter "Eureka!", yet I rather like it -- better than Tiffany or Stephanie, anyway.
-- Anonymous User  8/30/2008
If you are choosing to name your child Epiphany, I would strongly encourage that. This name sounds really smart and well grounded. Although it may sound "funny" to some people (and I can't imagine why) this is an incredible name. It has a nice ring to it. Very nice.
-- Epiphany202  12/27/2008
You pronounce Epiphany like so:
It is very cute and strong.
-- Anonymous User  12/27/2008
Epiphany is just stupid and pathetic as a given name. It will lead to a lot of bad jokes. It also reminds me of the hideous name Tiffany. There is a similar-sounding Spanish name, Epifania, which means the same thing as Epiphany. Why not go for that instead?
-- bananarama  9/15/2009
A nickname can be Pippin.
-- Anonymous User  11/18/2009
I really can't think of a reason to discourage someone from naming their daughter this except for the fact that it's considered "unusual".
-- Pippin  5/13/2011
The first time I heard it was the name of audience member on a talk show and it led to the host making a few sex jokes. It was introduced and ruined in one fell swoop. Nicknames are Phany/Fanny comes with it's own batch of problems and Eppie which I guess I kinda like.
-- Vesey  3/18/2013
This is a cool name, but it makes me think of the song 'Epiphany' from "Sweeney Todd". (Hence why I won't use it.)
-- Anonymous User  3/31/2014

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