- a female given name.
Also So·phi·a [soh-fee-uh, -fahy-uh, soh-fee-uh] /soʊˈfi ə, -ˈfaɪ ə, ˈsoʊ fi ə/.
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Examples from the Web for sophie
His surprise marriage to theater director Sophie Hunter may have broken hearts, but the squeals of delight were even louder.All Your Internet Boyfriends Are Taken: Gosling, Cumberbatch, and now Joseph Gordon-Levitt
January 3, 2015
Although the family was based in Edinburgh, Scotland, Sophie studied French and Modern Languages at Oxford University.Meet the Future Mrs. Benedict Cumberbatch
November 5, 2014
Newmark was approached online by “Sophie Wittams,” a blond, flirty, “twentysomething Tory PR girl.”
On Monday, Swedish model Malin Sahlén was identified as the face of Sophie Wittams.
She reportedly told them, “Sophie Lyons is a hardened criminal, and too smart to be caught like this.”Meet 'The Queen of Thieves' Marm Mandelbaum, New York City's First Mob Boss
J. North Conway
September 7, 2014
Pauline was as cold and calm as Sophie was charming talkative, and noisy.
I fancy it was the birth of Sophie that had compelled her to leave the stage.
Sophie Croizette gazed at me with a terrified look in her eyes.
Ere Sophie came back to me, there was a bell-stroke from the belfry.
"You think I'm selfish, Anna," spoke Sophie, when he was gone.
Word Origin and History for sophie
French form of Sophia (q.v.).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper