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  1. #11
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    Jul 2013
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    I know an adult Stevie, she was born during the height of the Stephanie craze.
    I think it is a fine first name and If you want to use a full name, I nominate Svetlana, but Stevie is fine on its own.

  2. #13
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    Sep 2013
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    If it wasn't for Stevie Nicks, I wouldn't like Stevie for a girl. But with the Stevie Nicks association I picture an edgy and spunky girl who is named Stevie.

    And the first thing I thought of for a middle name option for Stevie is Nyx.

  3. #15
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    Aug 2013
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    Stevie Nicks does make it cool Personally, I'd prefer the FN + MN = Stevie idea, especially if it were my name. I don't think everyone could pull Stevie off as the full, given FN. I know I couldn't.

    I like Stella Eve.

    Stacia Eve, Ostara Eve?

    Sunniva might work too... and Sylvie/Sylvana is always lovely.
    Married to my best friend since 6-30-11 ♥ Mama to two herding dogs, a wooly rabbit & a purring machine

    Current favorite combos for the women-to-be: Rowena Claire (Winnie) | Amabel Jane | Lilias Eve | Helene Iona (Lena)

    And the little men: Theodore James (Teddy) | Cedric Muir | Jude Peregrine | Henry Alcott

  4. #17
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    Apr 2010
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    Australia
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    Possible names: Stavra, Stav, Santavia, Sativa, Gustava, Salvatrix, Silvestra, Sevita, Sylvette.

    I think Stevie is fine on it's own if you can't find a name you like.

  5. #19
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    Apr 2013
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    Not a fan...

    I find it very nicknamey, perfect for a child. I do not find it at all sophisticated for a woman. I knew a woman named Johnnie, who was in her 60s. She absolutely hated her name, as everyone always thought she was a boy. She constantly had to explain that it was her, and not her husband. Also, she always ended up explaining her name to people. I would use Stevie as a nickname, although I really can't think of any feminine names except Stephanie.
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