Epiphany meaning and origin
Outlandish Epiphany's origin is Old Greek and Latin, meaning of Epiphany is "Epiphany or Manifestation" is a gender-neutral name is used principally in English. Epiphany is a variant of popular and ever lasting Epifanio. Originated from Latin, Infrequent Epifanio, Epifanio means "Manifestation of God and The Element Epiphaneia Which is of the Meaning Appearance Manifestation" is used chiefly in Spanish.
Variants of EpiphanyNames that rhyme with Epiphany
Popularity of Epiphany
Epiphany is a familiar baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1987 and was able to reach the top 3000 names. In 1988, it ranked 2092nd when 55 girl were named Epiphany. There are over 710 babies that have been given the name Epiphany in United States. Epiphany is a rare baby name in England and Wales, chances of it being still in use are very slim since it isn't seen since 2008. Also, Epiphany is a familiar name in Philippines. At least, 700 people globally have carried Epiphany as their given name according to our evaluation.
What numbers say about Epiphany?
People find you attractive because of your mysterious private life and self-confident approach to everything. Leave aside your religion and mix with people from different cultures and races. You like to organize and manage things, events, and people. You do the things other people are scared of. Some admire you for it. You have the ability to see inside people's soul and find out what they want.
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- Gloriana - Used substantially in Finnish, Swedish and English unusual, Gloriana means "Glorious Grace or Glory". It is rooted from Latin is a girl name
- Abbondio is originated from Latin bestowed upon boys, Abbondio means "Overflowing, Abundant or The Word Abundans with the Meaning Abundant Plentiful" is commonly used in Italian
- Florencia - Used in Spanish and English long standing and uncommon, Florencia came from Latin, Florencia means "Florence, Flowering or Blooming" is customarily used for girls
Namesakes of Epiphany
We could not find any notable namesake.