Stephanie

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From French Stéphanie. The standard English feminine form of Stephen.

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Stephanie

  1. A female given name.
    • 1956 Grace Metalious: Peyton Place, UPNE, 1999, ISBN 1555534007, Book Three,Chapter 13,
      Allison made a careful note of the address and within the hour she had met, decided she liked, and moved in with a girl of twenty who called herself Steve Wallace.
      "Don't call me Stephanie", Steve had said. "I don't know why it should, but being called Stephanie always makes me feel like something pale and dull out of Jane Austen."

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Stephanie

  1. A female given name of French origin.

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Stephanie

  1. A female given name, a feminine form of Stefan borrowed from French.