Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Tiffany"

People with the first name "Tiffany"

Tiffany Abban Tiffany Adleman Tiffany Amber Tiffany Amirian Tiffany Anne Tiffany Appleton Tiffany Austin Tiffany Bass Tiffany Bisconer Tiffany Bixby Tiffany Bloch Tiffany Booth Tiffany Burgess Tiffany Callahan Tiffany Catledge Tiffany Charles Tiffany Chavers Tiffany Cheatham Tiffany Cheng Tiffany Chia Tiffany Christal-Ann Tiffany Christina Tiffany Christine Tiffany Coyle Tiffany Cristina Tiffany Croley Tiffany Daskalakis Tiffany Doyle Tiffany Driscoll Tiffany Farmer Tiffany Farrar Tiffany Fortini Tiffany Franco Tiffany García Tiffany German Tiffany Glenn Tiffany Goguen Tiffany Goodman Tiffany Holcomb Tiffany Holderby Tiffany Horsey Tiffany Hough-Anderson Tiffany Hunnicutt Tiffany Iser Tiffany Joyce Tiffany Klee Tiffany Langis Tiffany Larocca Tiffany Lautensleger Tiffany Laws Tiffany Lemery Tiffany Lindner Tiffany Livsey Tiffany Logan-Mathis Tiffany Loh Tiffany Longmire Tiffany M. Lusk Tiffany Martinez Tiffany Mays Tiffany Mccormick Tiffany Mock Tiffany Morgan Tiffany Navarro Tiffany Negro Tiffany O'dwyer Tiffany Oram Tiffany Parcell Tiffany Patello Tiffany Philbrook Tiffany Pilon Tiffany Prater Tiffany Preer Tiffany Pruitt-Evans Tiffany Pryor Tiffany Quinn Tiffany Rasso Tiffany Reiner Tiffany Reingold Tiffany Rice Tiffany Rideout Tiffany Rider Tiffany S Wigfall Tiffany Samira Tiffany Savage Tiffany Scuitto Tiffany Slayton Tiffany Spencer Tiffany Sykes Tiffany Tannhauser Tiffany Tappen Tiffany Thurmon Tiffany Trujillo Tiffany Vanort Tiffany Wagner Tiffany Wolf Tiffany Wooten-Bibb Tiffany Yamane Tiffany Zingg Tiffany Zippay Tiffany Van Zyl

Information about "Tiffany"

For this Tiffany there are 19801 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Tiffany are: Amalfi, Champagne, Cowan

In the ranking of the most common first names Tiffany is on position 387.

During the last seven days Tiffany was searched for 20 times.

Meaning of "Tiffany"

Female first name (English, German): Tiffany, the appearance of God: Ancient Greek (New Testament), theos = God; = phainein appear, referring to the feast of the Epiphany (January 6), reminiscent of the appearance of God in human form; including newly revived by the movie 'Breakfast at Tiffany's', taken from English into German

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