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Tiffany is a traditionally feminine name meaning "manifestation of god." Names with similar meanings include Aishi, Genevieve, Beatrix, Carwen, Celestine, Jani, Marvella, and Winifred. Names that have been popular by parents who like Tiffany, and/or popular at the same time as Tiffany include Albany, Jordyn, Joanie, Lindsey, Georgette, Bette, and Sherry.

Famous Tiffanys in history and pop culture include actor Tiffany Haddish, Donald and Melania Trump's daughter Tiffany Trump, as well as Tiffany Ma, Tiffany Le, Tiffany Del Real, Tiffany Alvord, and Tiffany Rockelle. Tiffany is also notable as a surname — ie, artist, jeweler and craftsman Louis Comfort Tiffany and, of course, from its importance in the Truman Capote novel (and Audrey Hepburn film), 'Breakfast at Tiffany's."

Tiffany showed up in the U.S. in 1942 and hit its peak in popularity in 1982 and again in 1988; it's been declining in usage ever since. If you're a Tiffany fan, you may also enjoy other iconic '80s names for girls: Amber, Amy, Alicia, Ashley, Amanda, Jennifer, Jessica, Melissa, Nicole, Sarah, Stephanie.

Tiffany in quotes:

"Mother of the bride had been determined that her daughter would have a church wedding, and women who successfully name their infant daughters Tiffany do tend to get their own way, so an evening wedding it was." — Donald E. Westlake

“I hate babies with trendy names like Tiffany and Britney and Heather and Noah and Blake and Justin. I’m sick of Olivia and Chloe and Eva and Madison. I hope Aiden and Jayden and Braden and Graden all suffer minor head injuries while reading Dr. Seuss. Enough already with the cutesy-poo baby names. What happened to John and Dave and Sue?”
― Joan Rivers, 'I Hate Everyone... Starting with Me'

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