Too long but I like it. Tiffany is lovely as well as Stephanie.
It's pretty.
I think Stephanie is a beautiful name. The meaning is beautiful, as well. It also ages well, in my opinion, and “suits” many different personalities, such as a tomboy, girly-girl, gamer, theater kid, boho girl, etc.
Overall, I think Stephanie is a lovely name.
That's my name, it's a pretty boring name, tbh my sister calls me Stephie.
The name is not really that popular anymore so I actually kinda like it. I think with the right nickname it could be cute, like Effie or something.
If you guys saying Stephen is pronounced STEE-vuhn then why this name no pronounced STEE-van-ee?
When I was younger, I used to love this name, but now I just don't like it.
I love the name Stephanie! Garland of peace is the meaning when combined with Irene. So sweet and meaningful!
"Step on me".
I love the name Stephanie but I have NEVER met a nice one. Starting with my sister all the way to co-workers, neighbors, classmates, "friends" and even people on social media. It is a name for self-absorbed, MEAN girls.
This is just another one of those soft sounding names, really no strong sound in it, sounds really boring. Just boring.
I am one of those people who was born in the late 80's and went to school with so many Stephanie's. I swore I would never use it.

However, my stepdad's name is Stephen and I would like to honor him. Stephanie is not so popular anymore (not even in the top 500 names) so I think it is a good choice among all the Charlotte's, Amelia's, Ella's, etc. That we have.

A name is only dated if you allow it to be dated. Amelia was once dated and is now the most popular name.

I do think Stephanie is a pretty name with a beautiful (and Biblical) meaning. I went to school with some great Stephanie's and not so great Stephanie's, but I do not know any stuck up Stephanie's.

The only character associations I have are Stephanie Tanner from Full House and Stephanie Zinone from Grease 2.
Low-key dated.
I actually don't dislike this name. Lengthy, yes, but not hard to pronounce. However you might want to rethink this name if you have a long surname. Definitely one of my favorite "-ie" ending names.
Don’t like how this name looks.
My name is (proudly) STEPHANIE. I was supposed to be named Marianna according to our Italian family tradition (the 1st born is named after the father’s parent). As a kid, I didn’t like that my name was so long and that I didn’t know anyone else with this name. I didn’t meet anyone else with my name until I was about 12. Then I finally appreciated that it was somewhat unique at the time. Now I love my name - and the only people allowed to call me “Stephie” or “Steph” are my family members. For some reason it sounds strange to hear others call me by those nicknames. My name is beautiful to me now (and it really flows with my last name), and I wouldn’t trade it for the world. CHEERS to all the other STEPHANIEs out there! I hope you love your name, because I sure do!
Stephanie from "Lazytown".
Beautiful name. Classic, doesn't sound dated to me. Definitely one of my favourites.
As a little girl my mother always told me how beautiful my name is, and how she loved it as a child, naming her doll Stephanie. I loved hearing momma talk about my beautiful name. It’s a wonderful memory, from the heart that cost nothing. I love the way other people can use the three syllables to give this name so much life; it’s almost musical! It’s sweet, and tender, smart, and strong. I love the way writing the name Stephanie feels like a fun gymnastics routine for your hand; especially the dip below with p, then swing high to reach the h. I have always felt special when anyone takes the time to ask how I spell MY name! I wouldn’t trade my mother’s chosen name for anything in the world! Thank you mom, with love.
It’s an okay name.
I don't really like how the name looks.
It’s alright. It’s very long though.
I didn't used to like the name Stephanie. I thought it sounded like a stuck-up, spoiled teenager from the '90s. But then I met a girl called Stephanie. She was about 10 or 11, with tanned skin and lovely long dark hair. She was very pretty and her name suited her. I liked the way her friends said it, and somehow it didn't sound stuck-up and spoiled anymore, but beautiful and regal. I've liked it ever since.
Stephanie Clifford is a famous bearer of this name.
I'm one of the early Stephanies so it was a relatively unique name when I was in school. I've grown to appreciate the name and it suits me. Never a "Stephie" or "Steph," I've always gone by Stephanie. I have to disagree that it's a frivolous or ditsy name - it's rather regal and it's served me well professionally.
The spelling and pronunciation is so ugly! Not pretty at all! I really don't understand why people like this name...
I love my name! It was quite uncommon in the 50's, when I was named. Understanding the meaning "Crowned" has helped me to walk with dignity and grace while respecting and loving others. I have always heard our names are provided by divine intervention and quickened to the ears of those responsible for naming. My name is also a derivative of my father, which makes me proud, as he was a man of honor. I've made the effort to live up to the standard of my full name, which is Stephanie Lynn King. Live your NAME... it is special... Long Live the Crowned King and all those here who understand...
I’m surprised to hear this name is declining in popularity; I know at least one Stephanie and I’ve heard of many more.
I like the name, it's unique in many ways, and the percentage of the name is going down as far as I have seen.. that's sad.
Stephanie might have been common in the 90's, but it's not that common nowadays. I actually don't know a single person by the name of Stephanie, so I don't have anything against it. I'd rate it a 7/10 because I like it, it's just not my favorite.
I absolutely love my name Stephanie. Every name means something and I love what mine means, I take ownership of that. As I've gotten older I like to go by Stephanie, it's more mature. I don't mind Steph and only young ones are allowed to call me Stephi, lol.
In 2018, 20 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Stephanie who is registered female with the Social Security Administration. It is the 60th most common female first name for living U.S. citizens.
Nice name... I think of Stephanie Zimbalist and Stephanie Powers.
This is my name, and I'm neutral towards it. My mom had also considered the name Julia, and I wish she'd gone with that name instead. Although, it does have an admittedly nice meaning.
I'm neutral about this name. I don't like it but I don't dislike it. It's okay, I guess.
My mother's name is this and she is a very smart and intelligent woman and taken very seriously in her work and she is a physical therapist and is great at her job.
When I started watching Full House, I hated this name. I like it okay now, I still wouldn't name my child this but I no longer cringe when I hear it.
Stephanie Knightleigh, a character from the television series Edgar and Ellen.
I’ve always loved this name. Not sure why but I just love it!
Stephanie is a okay name, but it's just too bland for me.
Well I don't know anyone with my name. You pronounce it the same way but you don't spell it the same way. It's kind of awesome and I have done a little research and found out that there are only 13 in Denmark with this name (Steffenie) but normally people just call me Steff:)
Don’t mind the name but it’s so very common. I think it would be a good middle name.
I love my name- not many of us really. Not sure why people are so opinionated over something like a person's name. I've never thought to my self "Oh, how stupid their parents are for naming them such an overused boring name like 90% of all girls born that year- right Jennifer?"
Can’t believe no one has mentioned the Billion Dollar Princess, Stephanie McMahon Levesque!
My younger sister's name is Stephanie and she rocks it! We also call her Steph.
I like my name- it's beautiful.
I am very jealous of people with the name Stephanie. I don't know where all you people who are saying it is common live but here in Australia it's not very common at all! I love it!
Stephanie Del Valle Díaz is a Puerto Rican musician, model, and beauty queen who was crowned Miss World 2016 in Washington, D.C., United States. She is the second Miss World from Puerto Rico. She previously won Miss Mundo de Puerto Rico 2016.
Stephanie Courtney is an American actress and comedian, best known for playing the advertising character Flo in television and radio commercials for Progressive Insurance beginning in 2008, and noted for her recurring roles on several television series, including the voices of Renee the Receptionist and Joy Peters on the Adult Swim comedy Tom Goes to the Mayor; Marge on the AMC drama Mad Men; and Diane on the ABC comedy Cavemen. She also appeared in the season 2 premiere of Men of a Certain Age. Courtney is a member of The Groundlings, an improvisational and sketch comedy theater in Los Angeles, California.
Stephanie Nicole Garcia-Colace is an American professional wrestler, actress, and model signed to WWE under the ring name Nikki Bella, performing on the SmackDown brand. She is currently inactive due to injury.
Stephanie Young Hwang, known professionally as Tiffany or Tiffany Hwang, is an American singer based in South Korea. Born and raised in California, she was discovered by South Korean entertainment agency S.M. Entertainment at the age of fifteen and subsequently moved to South Korea. After four years of training, Tiffany debuted as a member of girl group Girls' Generation (and later its subgroup TTS) in August 2007, who went on to be one of the best-selling artists in South Korea and one of South Korea's most popular girl groups worldwide. In 2016, following her contribution to several side projects during the early part of her career, Tiffany became the second Girls' Generation member to release a solo debut album, I Just Wanna Dance.
Stephanie Del Valle Díaz is a Puerto Rican musician, model, and beauty queen who was crowned Miss World 2016 in Washington, D.C. United States. She is the second Miss World from Puerto Rico. She previously won Miss Mundo de Puerto Rico 2016.
Stephanie McLean is a British model who was the Penthouse Pet of the Month for April 1970 and Pet of the Year in 1971. She also appeared in Mayfair magazine on the cover of volume 5 issue 12 under the name "Gabrielle Nolan", and again in Mayfair magazine in volume 8 issue 8 but this time under her own name.
Stephanie Topalian, professionally known as Stephanie is a Japanese/Armenian-American singer-songwriter and actress. Stephanie is signed with SME Records Japan. She released two albums, self-titled Stephanie in 2008 and Colors of my Voice in 2009 and has won the Japanese Music Awards in 2007. A number of her songs have been featured in Japanese films and she has also taken roles in a few Japanese films, notably Pride and Tokyo Tribe. In 2014, she was included in the Armenian super group project Genealogy to represent Armenia in the 2015 version of the Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Face the Shadow".
I always keep wondering why the name is so popular over the years when women have it. I have that name. And I still wonder why it's so popular. Like, "What talents will you get if you're named Stephanie?" and "Why and how is it so popular?". It confuses me.
Stephanie Kwolek (1923-2014) was the scientist who invented kevlar.
My goof mom spelled it Stephaney and I haven't seen it anywhere else, so I guess I don't mind.
I'm a little biased when it comes to Stephanie, because that's my mother's name. I'm not saying people aren't allowed to think this name is ugly or stupid, but it hits a little close to home for me. I think my mom's name fits her well. She's cheerful, diligent, and fun to be around.
Some of the comments about the impression that this name gives are really disturbing to me. This is my sister's name, and I think it is beautiful. It does not give me the impression of a stuck up, good for nothing, childish, mean girl at all. This connotation of the name is based solely on the unrealistic portrayal of "popular girls" in the media. (although I can't think of any characters from movies or tv shows that use this name in a negative way at the moment, I'm sure many exist). Just because some people on the creative team of some movie company decided to name their stuck-up, mean character Stephanie, that does not mean that all people named Stephanie are jerks. (of course, there will always be someone named Stephanie who IS a jerk, but that's life).
I think that people associate this name with childish, petty, stuck up people because it ends with the -ie, which gives the ending the same sound as names like Tiffany, Stacy, etc, which have the same connotation in society.
If you look past the character type that society has built around the name Stephanie, you will see that the name itself is actually quite nice, and that there are a lot of really nice, caring people named Stephanie.
Stephanie is my name. I have always liked my name. It's very professional and grows with me. It's not like some names where the name sounds like it's for a 5 year old and the person is 60! The name Stephanie grows as the person grows. I have in recent years started meeting other Stephanie's who love their name. My husband, whose name is Steven, and I plan to name our daughter Stephania and our son Steffen.
Stephanie is my name, and I love it because I was named after my father, Stephen, and because it sounds sophisticated and formal. I do use the more informal, unique nickname Stesha. I do remember it being a difficult name to learn to write when I was in kindergarten, but that is the only complaint I have ever had with my name.
This name is a very common name... However, it carries regality and poise. It's also relaxing and homey.
I hate this name, it's just so ugly and tacky. I know like 10, too.
This is a pretty name, honestly, but being born in the late eighties has definitely dampened my enjoyment of it. Knowing so many obnoxious Stephanies (and sadly, all the ones I did know were obnoxious) makes it unlikely I'll ever give this name to anything. But for people whose memories are untainted, go for it! It's a classic, easily pronounceable name that will suit both a little girl and a grown woman.
Stephanie is a character in the children's TV show LazyTown.
It's painfully common, but it's beautiful to the ear. When my lovely sister was given this name, it was at the height of popularity, so she was called Stephanie H. In school. I've known a handful of other Stephanies, too. They're everywhere! (Stephanies out to take over the world, perhaps?!) Despite its excessive usage, it's very pretty.
I have a love-hate relationship with my name. I love it because being a child born in '99, I do not and have not run into the problem of having a girl with the same name at school, besides perhaps my late 20- and early 30-year-old teachers at school. Late 20 and early 30 year olds seem to be the most popular group that bear this name. I hate it because it's too girly and feminine to fit my personality. I also hate it because people ALWAYS ask you "is that with a 'ph' or 'f'?" OR "is that with a 'y' or 'ie'?" Gosh dang it, it's spelled the plain old fashioned way! To all of my Stefanies, Stephanys, and Stefanys out there, your parents are the contributors to my perpetual annoyance towards people who have to ask me this question. Why does everyone feel like they have to give their kid's traditional name a unique twist? You only make it rough on them and the other kids who spell it the "normal" way. Haha.
My name is Stephanie, although acquaintances/friends/teachers call me Steph. Growing up I have felt a bit ambivalent toward the name. I really like its meaning and I think it sounds soft and flows nicely. It is definitely pretty, but as others have said, it is also rather common. I sometimes wish that there weren't so many other girls in my grade with the name. As for Steph, while I don't consider it as nice-sounding or feminine as Stephanie, it does suit me more. Stevie and Stephie are also fun nicknames, but would not work in a mature setting (unless you are a certain rockstar...)
I theorize that the "ph' the Stephanie is due to it being the common Greek "Double ff" However the male rendition of Stephen said Stee-Ven is due to the Gaelic influence of the British Isles and is "ph" only bearing one voiced F like in the word OF said "uV" The dominance of the name Stephen said Stee-Ven influenced Stephanie to share in the short Steve or Stevie.
There are 4 in my school year alone!
I guess it's a nice enough name, with Stephy being a cute nickname, but it's just so common in my age-group in the UK that I don't really like it.
Of the Stephanies I know, I've met a couple who's personalities leave a little to be desired if I'm honest, so that did put me off the name slightly.
I hate this name. Sorry, nothing personal to any Stephanies out there but, to me, this name is in the same category as Mary or Jennifer... so common and just plain BORING. If I had to pick the top 5 names I find truly ugly, this name would be on it. The nickname Steph isn't any better.
I like this name, it sounds cute and pretty. You may think it is over used, but it really isn't, and if you like a name I say go for it no matter what :)
Stephanie Laurens is a British author of the "Cynster" series.
I know a few people called Stephanie and I think it is a beautiful name but I wouldn't call my daughter Stephanie because I think it is just too common, although I love the idea of using male names for females. I call my close friend whose name is Stephanie "Stephie" and I think it's really cute.
I do not hate the name, but I never was crazy about my name either, because it is so common. All my life I would be in the same room as another Stephanie and somebody would call out, "Stephanie!" I would turn around only to find out it was not for me. I have gotten to where I do not answer to "Stephanie!" in a crowded place because of this problem. There are at least two other Stephanies at work, and when one of the managers calls "Stephanie" I wonder, which one. The popularity of this name can be more of an annoyance than anything else about it. I went by Stevie for a long time and I like it, and I also like just being "Steph." I personally don't like being called "Stephie" because it reminds me of baby talk. Overall I think Stephanie is a classy name, but if you name your daughter that, be prepared (because of how common it is).
I used to hate my name. People have called me Steph all my life, which sounds kind of harsh and isn't feminine at all. But it sounds different once people start calling you Stephanie. I decided to go by that recently and it makes a big difference. I love it.
I have the name Stephanie and I was always told that it means: Crown.
I love the name Stephanie, I don't know why all these people are being so rude and obnoxious. You should be grateful for the name you were given and stop sounding like a spoiled brat. It's my name and I love it. It means 'crown' and I'm proud of that. My friends call me Steph or Weff and sometimes Weffer-Steffer. I adore it and I can't understand why all the people who were lucky enough to be a Stephanie are misrepresenting their name and being jerks.
Being born in an era of Stephanies, I am so over this name and very thankful that my mom didn't name me Stephanie like every 3rd girl born back then. I remember one girl actually being teased, weird I know since it's a common name, kids called her "Step-on-me" and Step-on-nie".
Being Stephanie, I find this name to be nice. I like the way it flows. Sadly, being a 90s child when this name was at the height of popularity annoys me to no end. It has been a little better now that I finished high school.

One teacher decided to call me "pH" because there was another Stephanie in the class who spelled it Stefanie. Yet the worst case scenario was in High school, when a girl was named Stephanie AND she had my last name as well. Thankfully she was a year older than me, but I was plagued by calls to the office only to discover that they weren't for me, but for the other girl.

She had a middle name. Thankfully I was never given one, because when I asked my mother what it would have been, we would have had the SAME EXACT NAME.

Part of me likes this name, but part of me dislikes it because it just feels unoriginal and sometimes boring. Especially when plagued by someone else with the same last name, and potentially the same middle name. In the past I wished that my parents had put a little more thought into naming me. I don't wish for this as strongly anymore, but I still haven't completely gotten over this name.

Don't name your child Stephanie. It's nice, but there are many other cute names that are more original and flow just as nicely.
"Stephanie," simply said, is just a horribly everyday, dull in sound, boring, slightly ugly, and even childish, name. In the 1990s I remember being utterly engulfed unwillingly with the millions of Steph/Stephanie/Stephany/Stephies that flocked my hometown. The immediate thought that enters my mind is the resemblance it holds to "Step-On-Me"... I am sure that mindset follows that of school-children.

I will not go as far as to say that it is "unprofessional," per se. After all, you could have been another "Nevaeh" atrocity.
I like my name pretty well and there weren't that many Stephanie's in any of the schools I went to (traveled a lot thanks to the army!) Friends usually call me Steph.

I like how it flows with my middle name Tamara. Just don't call me "Stephy". I hate being called that. It reminds me of baby talk.
It's lovely.
I love my name! It think it sounds pretty and elegant. My husband calls me Princess Stephanie.
This is my name and I love it! I get called either Steph or Stephanie, but I hate it when people call me Stephie! Makes me feel like a child when they call me that.

I don't know anyone else with this name, I feel quite unique!
I have mixed feelings towards this name. On one hand, it makes me think of a snobby cheerleader; on the other hand, a close friend of mine bears this name, so she gives a good impression. I'm torn over here.
Stephanie Umoh (born January 9, 1986) is an American stage actress. She made her Broadway debut as Sarah Brown in the 2009 revival of "Ragtime" to critical acclaim.
It's a pretty name, but Stephenie Meyer kinda ruined it for me. I'll always have Stephenie Tanner though!
I think this name is adorable. :)
This is one of the worst names I've ever heard! It's so ugly!
AWFUL name! This name absolutely screams "Hi, I'm a shallow stupid little twit! Teeheehee!" The only name that's worse is Tiffany, but this one comes REALLY close. If you name your daughter this, you're basically asking the world to dismiss her as a silly little girl and never take her seriously as a strong, intelligent woman.
Lady Gaga's real name is Stephanie, only she spells it Stefani.
I went to high school with a girl named Stephanie, but we all called her Stevie. (She'd always tell new people, "Call me Stevie, like Stevie Knicks.") Anyway, I've always liked the way the name sounds, but I prefer the spelling Stephany, actually.
Stephanie is my name and I like it well enough, it's just that I wish my parents would've stuck to their guns and named me Holly, like they were going to. Then again, the name Stephanie can go through many stages. For example: until I was about 7 years old, people called me Stephy [which is a cute little name.] Then until I was about 10 years old, people called me Steph [which is a more mature form than Stephy, but not quite Stephanie.] Finally, now that I am 14 years old, people call me Stephanie [which shows that I'm 'mature enough' to not have cute little nicknames, although, I wouldn't completely object to having a nickname now.] Just goes to show how much a name can say about a person's maturity. ^_^
This is also a Greek name.
Why all the hate for this name?! My best friend is named Stephanie, I think it's a rather nice name. Not snobby like Elizabeth or Victoria, and not commonplace like Jennifer and Rachel.
I can't believe nobody has mentioned Stevie Nicks yet. Her full name is Stephanie Lynn Nicks, best known for her work with Fleetwood Mac.
This is a pretty name.
Horrid, horrid name. It's just ugly.
Pretty name with a nice meaning. The only downside is it rhymes with step-on-me.
I don't know how you could dislike this name! It's so pretty! I love saying it, too!
Stephanie Rice is an Australian swimmer who won three gold medals in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. She won gold in the 400m individual medley, the 200m individual medley and the 4x100m freestyle relay.
My older sister is named Stephanie! It's a gorgeous name and it really suits her well although most people call her Steph.
This is my first name, and I like it just fine. It wasn't at all popular where I was born (in the South of England) and growing up I only knew one other girl with this name. Also lends itself to a bunch of nicknames. :D Most people call me Stephy, which I think is fairly cute.

I was named, incidentally, after Stevie Nicks, from Fleetwood Mac. ;) My dad was a fan.
This is my name, and I think it's very pretty! I didn't like it much when I was little, but I've grown to really love it. It's something you can grow up with- when you're little, your family and friends can call you 'Steph' or 'Stephy', and when you're older, and you want to be taken seriously, Stephanie is perfect. Stephanie Ann- quite lovely.
I don't really like this name. It sounds a bit ''serious'' and stuck up, even if the people named this aren't like that. It's not a pretty name. I much prefer variants like Stefania. You can't get any decent nicknames out of this name either. I hate Steph and dislike Stevie, which sounds like the nickname of a little boy named Steve.
A famous bearer is American actress Stephanie Zimbalist (born October 8, 1956). She is best known for her role as Laura Holt on 'Remington Steele' from 1982 to 1987.
A famous bearer is American stage actress Stephanie J. Block (born September 19, 1972). She is best known for playing the role of Elphaba in the US tour production of the stage musical 'Wicked' from 2005 to 2006, also playing the role on Broadway from 2007 to 2008. She had previously appeared in the show's pre-Broadway tryout ensemble cast, and was the understudy of original Elphaba Idina Menzel. Her other credits include 'Damn Yankees,' 'Funny Girl,' 'Fiddler on the Roof,' 'Oliver!,' 'Godspell,' and 'The Boy from Oz.'
This is my name. I always hated it, I guess being called Step-on-me was enough to ruin it for me.
It's alright, I guess. My name, actually. I find I meet a lot of other Stephanies and it kind of bothers me (it was in the top ten when I was born, so there's a LOT.) And in conjunction with my other names, it's really long. My full name is 26 letters long.

I almost always use 'Steph' instead - 'ie' names always sound so ultra-feminine to me, and I'm not. I've heard 'Stevie' used as a pet name, too.
Since Stephan means Crown, CORONA is the meaning for Stephanie. CROWN etymology references BEND, or Curve. This is a good name if you want your daughter to have that bendy hourglass figure.
STEPHANOTIS is a woodvine that BENDS/Curves around a tree.
I'm shocked to read that so many people hate my name. I really do love it, even if it is very common. I honestly was never too fond of my name, mainly because it was so common -- there was always one other person with my name. Today, I'm acquainted with several other girls who share my name. However, I've grown to love my name. I think it's pretty, simple, elegant and lovely. There's nothing harsh about its sound, and I love its meaning. Can you get any better than "regal" or "crown?" Talk about forcing people to treat you like the royalty you always knew you were. I'm kidding, of course, but I do enjoy the meaning.

And I personally prefer being called Steph, though some close to me like to call me Anie (pronounced "AHN-ee"), which I don't mind at all. It's unique, and it's got a pretty sound to it.
When I was younger (1970's), I hated the name as I was the only one with it. As I have gotten older it has gained popularity and is now commonplace. My friends call me Steppy or SteppyAnn (Ann is my middle name) and I like these nicknames just fine. I used to have a teacher who did not know how to shorten the name and wrote STEP on all my papers. Weird!
This is my name, and I didn't really like it until recently. This name is REALLY popular, but I've only met two other people with this name!
I love the name Stephanie. Probably because one of my favourite actresses is Stephanie Beacham.
I think this name is just boring! It's not very interesting!
This is my name and I like it a lot. There's a couple girls in my school called Stephanie, but I don't really mind. It's the name my parents gave me and I am proud of it.
This name is getting really common, though it is pretty. "Steph" is a good nickname, but if you want your nickname to be unique, "Stevie" would work. It is not too masculine and very few Stephanies have it.
I like my name, Stephanie. Growing up in the 70's-80's, I knew no-one with the same name. Finally, as a senior in high school, a freshman came with the same name. It was not overused or popular back then. It was unique, and I'm happy to have it. I also like the nickname, Steph, but my closest friends and family call me Stephie or Steph Ann.
Stephanotis is a small, delicate, trumpet-shaped white flower, very popular in bridal bouquets.
Stephanie Plum is the head character of the novels by Janet Evanovich. My sister's name is Stephanie and she actually resembles the one in the book. It's an okay name, but my sister is called Steffie and personally I find that a bit childish. But, ever tried to get rid of a nickname?!
My best friend's name is Stephanie. I like the name's meaning. When I think of her and her name I see a picture of a queen with a crown that's tipped.
No offense, but I find Stephanie a VERY ugly name.
It's pretty, but too typical.
I absolutely hate it! My name is evil and horrible! It is plain, common, long, and stupid! I want to murder my mother for giving me this extremely horrible and stupid name!
I've got 2 friends named Stephanie. It's a bit too popular for my liking.
Listen to the German pronunciation of Stephanie here:
It can also be spelled Stephenie like the author of the book Twilight.
I like this name! But I had bad experiences with girls with this name. But that's not going to change my view of this name. It sounds beautiful and sophisticated, it's just that there are some wrong bearers.
It rocks.
Stephanie is a pretty name, elegant and regal. Definitely has been a very popular name but it is no wonder why.
A famous bearer is Stephanie Gatchet, who plays Tammy Winslow on "Guiding Light".
I like this name! It's absolutely beautiful!
I love this name. It flows. The letters are not to sharp. They are soft. This name rocks!
Stephanie is a beautiful name, its meaning is crown. It is a special name and not one that you hear too often. I think the worst thing that happens to this elegant name is that it is misspelled quite often. Whatever your name may be you should be proud and carry it well, after all your parent(s) with great love named you. I am honored to carry this name.
Stephanie is a common name. My friends usually just call me Stevie because it isn't used as much.
On the Saddle Club, one of the charaters' name is Stephanie but she grew up with brothers so she goes by Stevie.
My name is Stephanie and I like the name except for the fact that there are so many Stephanies at my school that when my name is called I end up ignoring it half the time because it's always someone else. I'm usually called Steph or Stephanie and I'm fine with that, but I get on to people when they call me Stephy.
My name is Stephanie, and I like it very much. It's unique and has a lot of history behind it.
This is my name and I absolutely hate it. It's way too common and I hate the way it sounds. I think the only reason why I was named Stephanie is because my dad's name is Stephen. I don't think my mom even likes it because she calls me Tiffany instead.
I know a couple people named Stephanie and I don't think it's such a bad name. It's kind of pretty!
After reading these comments that everyone left on the name Stephanie I have to disagree with ALMOST everyone. I love this name. I was named after my aunt who died when she was 2 of heart failure. This name has very special meaning to me. I have to agree with Fab5, I also love the song Stephanie Says. I think that everyone with the name Stephanie should stop and think how unique you could make your nickname that could come out of Stephanie. Instead of complaining to all the people on this website how the name Stephanie is stupid and common. Make something out of it as your nickname.
I have always liked my name, growing up I was the only person in school (both primary and secondary). Friends call me Steph which is cool by me, but I find it really rude when strangers asume it's ok to shorten your name without asking. I like it when people ask to spell your name. It means it's not common or over used.
I believe the name means flower garland worn in the hair.
Stephanie is my name, and it's an alright name to have. Mostly I find it kind of boring. It doesn't have much of a meaning and is very popular. I once had five girls in a 22 person class with the same name as me, which led to confusion and embarassment. The teacher ended up calling some of them by nicknames and calling me by my last name, which I always found vaguely insulting. On top of that a lot of school paperwork had me down as Stephan, and I'd get called it during role, which meant more awkwardness. I think the name is pretty enough, but wish I'd been called something more unique.
I used to hate my name, Stephanie, until I heard the Velvet Underground's song--"Stephanie Says".
I agree. Stephanie Says is a wonderful song and I really like my name. My nickname is Wef, and that's what most people call me, I'm not sure why, but I'm fine with it!
I think it's an absolutly wicked name and so pleased my mum called me that! It's nice to be unique although it's irritating being called Stephen in the register!
It's a really cool name and I love being called Steph. Hardly anyone in my school is called it and I'm really proud. It's fab!
This is also the name of the girl on Full House; Stephanie Tanner. Like it says it's a feminine form of Stephen, which comes from a Greek word meaning "crown." I've always liked boy names for girls.
I think Stephanie is a completely boring and typical name. It doesn't seem to have much meaning behind it. So, that's why I named my daughter Eadon (it's pronounced like the Garden of EDEN, and it's Celtic for Nurse Of Poetry). I think it's a beautiful and unique name. I wish my parents would have given me something more unique to match my personality.
I'm not sure I like this name - it's my name, but it's such a strange name if you think about it. All the other girls at my school are named Katie or Emma, and I'm just Stephanie.
This is my name. I really like it. I don't know, I just think it's so pretty.
I really HATE this name! I just don't understand why this horrid name is so popular now.
This is my name, and I like it well enough... although I might prefer something a little more dramatic, like Stefania. ;)

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