Gender Feminine
Pronounced Pron. zo-FEE(German)
so-FEE-ə(Danish)
suw-FEE(Swedish)
so-FEE(Dutch)
SO-fi-yeh(Czech)
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Meaning & History

Form of Sophie in several languages.

Related Names

VariantsSophie(German) Sofia(Danish) Sofia(Swedish) Sofia(Norwegian) Sophie(Dutch) Žofie(Czech)
DiminutivesVivi(Danish) Vivi(Swedish) Vivi(Norwegian) Fieke(Dutch)
Other Languages & CulturesSophia(Ancient Greek) Sofia, Sofiya(Bulgarian) Sofia(Catalan) Sofija, Sonja(Croatian) Sophia, Sophie, Sonia, Sonya, Sophy(English) Sofia(Estonian) Sofia, Sohvi, Sonja, Viivi(Finnish) Sophie(French) Sopio(Georgian) Sofia, Sophia(Greek) Szofi, Zsófia, Szófia, Szonja, Zsófika(Hungarian) Soffía, Sonja(Icelandic) Sofia, Sonia(Italian) Sofija(Latvian) Sofija(Lithuanian) Sofija, Sonja(Macedonian) Zofia, Sonia, Zosia(Polish) Sofia, Sonia(Portuguese) Sofia, Sonia(Romanian) Sofia, Sofiya, Sofya, Sonya(Russian) Sofija, Sonja(Serbian) Sofia, Žofia, Soňa(Slovak) Sonja(Slovene) Sofía, Sonia(Spanish) Sofia, Sofiya(Ukrainian)

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Entry updated November 20, 2020