US Popularity:22132
Origin:Greek
Other Origin(s):French
Meaning:Crown; Wreath
Stephane, also spelled Stéphane, is a gender-neutral name of Greek and French origin. It’s a French form of the Greek name Stéphanos, which means “wreath” or “crown.” By extension, it also means “reward,” “renown,” and “fame.” In ancient Greece, laurel wreaths were used as a symbol of victory, making this a great choice for your little future champion. Stéphanos has variants in many different languages, with Stephen or Steven being the masculine form in English, and Stephanie being the feminine. Other variants include Esteban, Étienne, Stefano, Stefan, Steffen, Tehvan, and many more. Why not add some French flair to this classic name by choosing Stephane for your little one?

Stephane Name Popularity Data

Yearly Ranking Change:

Year:
2010
Gender:
Girl
#26414
in 2010
- 2381
from 2009
In comparison to the previous year's data
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