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Gender: F Pronunciation: EE-vee Meaning of Evie: "life" Origin of Evie: Diminutive of Eve or Eva Evie's Popularity in 2015: #513

In the land of the nickname name, otherwise known as the UK, where diminutives like Freddie, Millie, Maisie, Alfie and Ollie are all the rage, Evie has been in and around the Top 10 for several years now (currently #15). In the US, she entered the popularity ranks in 2007 for the first time since 1941, appreciated for its energy and spunk.

Natalie Portman played an Evie in V for Vendetta and Rachel Weiss bore it in The Mummy.

Evie, of course, can also be used as a nickname for Eve, Eva, Evelyn, Evangeline, etc.

Famous People Named Evie

Evie Dominikovic, Australian tennis player
Evelyn Rose Strange "Evie" Wyld, Anglo-Australian novelist
Evelyn Lourette "Evie" Sands, American singer-songwriter
Eva Sydney "Evie" Hone, Irish painter
Edith Elizabeth "Evie" Greene, English stage actress and singer

Pop Culture References for the name Evie

Evie Zamora, character in film "Thirteen"
Eveline "Evie" Auerbach, main character in "Anthropology of an American Girl" by Hilary Thayer Hamann
Evie, main character in the "Paranormalcy" series
Evie, main character on animated series "Mike the Knight"
Eevee, a cute Pokemon with many possible evolutions
Evelyn "Evie" Carnahan, character in film "The Mummy"
Genevieve "Evie" Claremont, main character in "The Premonition" series by Amy A. Bartol
Evie O'neill, character in "The Diviners" by Libba Bray
"Evie," song by Stevie Wright
Evie Ethel Garland, character on TV's "Out of this World"
Evie, daughter of Evil Queen in Disney's "Descendants"

Evi, Evy