Stevie - Meaning of Stevie
[ 2 syll. (s)te-vie, st-ev-ie ] The baby boy name Stevie is also used as a girl name, with the latter form being more common. Its pronunciation is STIY-Viy- †. Stevie is largely used in the English language and its origin is Old Greek. Stevie is an English diminutive form of the name Steven (Dutch and English) as well as a diminutive form of the name Stephen (English).
Stevie is uncommon as a baby name for boys. At the modest height of its usage in 1963, 0.021% of baby boys were given the name Stevie. It ranked at #386 then. The baby name has since experienced a substantial loss in popularity, and is now of very light use. In 2018, within the group of boy names directly linked to Stevie, Steven was the most regularly used. Though Stevie is more popular as a girl name today, there was a period from 1948 to 1982 that it was given more often to boys. From 1983 on, increasingly more girls than boys were named Stevie. In 1993, the name Stevie was given to 3 times as many girls than boys.
Baby names that sound like Stevie include Stevy, Sachdev, Sahdev, Sahdiv, Sahdyv, Staffi, Staffie, Staffy, Stevey, Sahadiv, Sahadyv, Sudeva, Sikyatavo, Staaf, Staff, Stav, Steb, Steeve, Stef, and Step.
† Pronunciation for Stevie: S as in "see (S.IY)" ; T as in "tee (T.IY)" ; IY as in "eat (IY.T)" ; V as in "vow (V.AW)"
Details of famous persons named Stevie:
Blues Musician Stevie Ray Vaughan, born 3 October 1954 - 27 August 1990, Dallas, Texas.
Singer Stevie Wonder, born Stevland Judkins, 13 May 1950, Saginaw, Michigan.