Happy Birthday Evie Personalized Card
– Happy birthday to you Evie! I wish you a very special day, sending this Happy Birthday Evie personalized card to you. Dear Evie, I wish you a bright and beautiful day on your special day. This named card was specially designed for Evie’s birthday. Evie is also a good name to be given to newborn babies.
Evie Given Name Meaning & History
GENDER: Feminine, USAGE: English, PRONOUNCED: EE-vee, EV-ee. Diminutive of EVE or EVELYN. 1– English: Evie is a diminutive of the name Eve and Evelyn and a form of Eva. It is of Hebrew and Germanic origin and comes from the following roots: (ḤAWWAH) and (AVILA). 2– Dutch: This name derives From the Hebrew name “ḥawwah”, which was derived from the Hebrew word “chavvah”, meaning “to breathe or live, living”. The name has religious significance in the Judeo, Christian, Muslim tradition, after the use of Eve as the female companion of the Biblical Adam. Its use as a first name in England began in the 12th Century. “Eva”, popular in many European countries, “Eve” used as an anglicized form of Gaelic Aoife “radiant, beautiful” in Scotland and Ireland and “Evie”, usually a familiar form, now also a given name. 3– Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish: This name is a short form of Eva, Evelyn, and Elvira. The name is of Hebrew, Norman-French, (Germanic), (Irish), Arabic, Germanic, and Spanish origin and comes from the following roots: (ḤAWWAH) (AVELINE) (AV / AVI > AVILA) (ÓIPH) and (ALLOVERA > GUILVIRA).
Evie is traditionally considered the diminutive of Eve or Evelyn (which would explain the difference in pronunciation between EE-vee and EV-ee, respectively). However, Evie could be a pet form for any name starting with the “Ev-“ prefix (like Evangeline, Evita) or even for the French Genevieve. There are varying etymologies for all of these different names, so depending on individual interest, please refer to “Name Variations” for more expanded and detailed information. Evie as an independently given name (i.e., a legal first name as opposed to a pet name) follows a certain relaxed naming style somewhat prevalent in English-speaking nations. Other such examples of diminutives being used as outright names include Abbie, Allie, Angie, Annie, Ellie, Mattie, Maggie, Millie, and Mollie. Evie goes right along with this trend and is currently a Top 10 favorite in England/Wales. The sweet unassuming Evie is also quite popular in Australia, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. Americans haven’t gotten the memo yet, though. Evie is ranked fairly low in the United States.