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Boy Names Ending with -rvin
Rvin ending baby names and what they mean, with 17 results. -rvin names are used more often as masculine names. Usage of these boy names was at its apex a century ago (adoption of 0.53%) and is now significantly less (adoption 0.04%, down 92%), with names such as Ervin becoming somewhat dated. Chervin (top 61%) and Curvin (25%) are familiar -rvin last names.
Arvin - OrvinArvin
Stems fr. English, Old German. "People's friend." Arkin is also a moderately common kid's name. See also Arin.Corvin1
Derivative of Latin element. "Raven." Common as surname, and Corvin (upper 15%) is similar to common surnames Cervin (upper 44%), Carvin (19%), which also end with -rvin. See also Corben.Corvin2
Form of Corbin. .. Variants are English surnames used as .. Corwin (top 3%), Corvi (43%) are familiar surnames. See also Corin.Darvin, var. Dervin1
From English word. Blend of Daryl and Marvin, or .. Darvin and Dervin are unusual as masculine names.Dervin2
Form of Derwin. Root fr. Old English language. "Gifted friend; dear friend." Dearvin and Denvin are creative forms. See also Derrin.Earvin1
Root fr. Gaelic. "Green, fresh water." Earvin is rare as a male name, appearing frequently (top 35%) as a last name. See also Darvin.Earvin2, Ervin1▼, Irvin1▼
Var. of Irving. Based on Gaelic word. "Green, fresh water." Earvin and variants became less trendy last year, falling on average -137 positions as children's names with Irvin dropping the most.Ervin2▼
Based on Gaelic. "Green, fresh water." Used frequently as a baby name, Ervin is comparable to the popular Erwin. See also Orvin.Garvin1
Stems fr. Old English element. "Spear-friend." A somewhat untypical birth name, Garvin occurs more conventionally as a surname. See also Earvin.Garvin2
Form of Garvan. From Gaelic element. "Rough." Less widespread today. Garvin was last found in the 1960s in the Top 2000. See also Girvan.
Derived fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Small rough one." Girvin is rarely used as a birth name. See also Garvyn.Irvin2▼
Form of Erskine. Source fr. Scottish, Gaelic. "High cliff; verdant hill." Used widely as a children's name, Irvin is comparable to the popular Arvin. See also Irving.Kervin
Form of Kerwin. From Irish word. "Little dark one." Somewhat popular as a boys' name, Kervin is comparable to the familiar Korbin.Marvin▼, var. Mervin1▼, Murvin1
Stems fr. Welsh. "Sea friend." Marvin (upper 9%) and Mervin (67%) are common as male names, whereas Murvin is uncommon.Mervin2▼, var. Murvin2
Origin fr. Old Welsh element. "Sea friend." Murvin is rare as a children's name among the forms of Mervin.Norvin
Based on Old English word. "Northern friend." Less popular today. Norvin was last recorded in the 1930s in the Top 2000. See also Norvil.Orvin
Derivative of Old English. "Spear friend." Somewhat atypical as a boys' name, Orvin occurs more commonly as a last name. See also Ervin.
Summary Index of names [and variants] for -rvin names for boys.1. Arvin - Orvin
Arvin, Corvin, Corbin [Corvin], Darvin [Dervin], Derwin [Dervin], Earvin, Irving [Irvin▼, Ervin▼, Earvin], Ervin▼, Garvin, Garvan [Garvin], Girvin, Erskine [Irvin▼], Kerwin [Kervin], Marvin▼ [Mervin▼, Murvin], Mervin▼ [Murvin], Norvin, Orvin