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National Stephanie Day, celebrated on March 24, is all about appreciating the Stephanie(s) you know. The name Stephanie is a feminine variant of the name Stephen, which comes from the Greek word ‘Stephanos,’ which translates roughly to ‘garland crown.’ The name Stephanie was adopted by the French as a feminine form of the name Stephen. In Old English, it was only used to refer to monks, but after the Conquest, the name became more widespread. Stephen, who was martyred by being stoned to death, is considered to be the first Christian to suffer for their faith. Even though the popularity of the name has declined in recent years, it is still a name millions of women have.