Tiffany Philip in the US

  1. #5,572,565 Tiffany Perrodin
  2. #5,572,566 Tiffany Persinger
  3. #5,572,567 Tiffany Petitt
  4. #5,572,568 Tiffany Petrone
  5. #5,572,569 Tiffany Philip
  6. #5,572,570 Tiffany Phu
  7. #5,572,571 Tiffany Pinckard
  8. #5,572,572 Tiffany Pinero
  9. #5,572,573 Tiffany Pinnix
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Meaning & Origins

Usual medieval English form of the Greek name Theophania ‘Epiphany’, from theos ‘god’ + phainein ‘to appear’. This was once a relatively common name, given particularly to girls born on the feast of the Epiphany (6 January), and it gave rise to an English surname. As a given name, it fell into disuse until revived in the 20th century under the influence of the famous New York jewellers, Tiffany's, and the film, starring Audrey Hepburn, Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961). This is a very popular African-American name.
150th in the U.S.
Scottish, Dutch, English, South Indian, etc.: from the Greek name Philippos (from philein ‘to love’ + hippos ‘horse’). In the New Testament this name is borne by one of the apostles; it was also borne by various other early Christian saints. It owes part of its popularity to the medieval romances about Alexander the Great, whose father was Philip of Macedon. As a Highland Scottish surname, it represents an Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Fhilib ‘son of Philip’. In North America, this surname has absorbed some cases of cognate names in other languages (e.g. French Philippe, Greek Philippos, Italian Filippi, Spanish Felipe, Catalan Felip, and their derivatives). As a Jewish name, it represents a borrowing of the personal name from Christians. It is found as a personal name among Christians in India, and in the U.S. is used as a family name among families from southern India.
5,859th in the U.S.

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