Of Greek origin.
English Medieval form of the Greek name Theophania.
Means “manifestation of God”.
It was usually given to girls born on January 6, which is the date Epiphany is celebrated.
Tiffany was almost extinct, until the success of Blake Edwards’ 1961 film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”, based on Truman Capote’s novel.
Other forms of the name are: Tiffani, Tiphanie, Tifany, Tiff, Tiffney.