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Boy Names Ending with -vin

Vin ending baby names and what they mean, with 60 results. -vin names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names reached the peak of their popularity 55 years ago (adoption of 2%) and have become significantly less conventional since (adoption 0.92%, 54% less), with names like Alvin becoming less trendy. Colvin (top 1%) and Boivin (9%) are familiar -vin surnames.

-vin names

Aldivin - Earvin | Edvin - Levin | Malvin - Vin

Aldivin - Earvin

Aldivin
Var. of Aldous. Source fr. Old German word. "Old." Unusual. Compare Aldivin with common -in last names Alamin (top 32%), Algarin (12%).

AlvinAlvin1
Var. of Alban. Derived fr. Latin. "From Alba." A popular baby name (#602 a year ago), Alvin is also used somewhat often as a last name. See also Arvin.

Alvin and variantsAlvin2, var. Elvin
Derived fr. Old English. "Elf or magical being, friend." Alvin (upper 14%) and Elvin (49%) are conventional first names.

ArvinArvin
Derivative of English, Old German. "People's friend." Rare, with usage of 0.004% for Arvin as a baby name in 2015. See also Orvin.

Bevin, Bevvin
Var. of Bevan. Derivative of Welsh element. "Son of Evan." Bevin and Bevvin were not among 2015's Top names.

Calvin and variantsCalvin, var. Kalvin
Stems fr. French element. "Little bald one." Calvin is a familiar (upper 13%) male name, while Kalvin is scarce.

Corvin1
Source fr. Latin element. "Raven." Corvin, like the similar Corwin, exists more often as a last name. See also Corrin.

Corvin2
Var. of Corbin. .. Variants are English surnames used as .. Corvin, like the similar Corrin, exists more often as a surname.

Darvin and variantsDarvin, var. Dervin1
Stems fr. English language. Blend of Daryl and Marvin, or .. Less common today. Darvin was the version last found (the 1970s) in the Top 2000.

DavinDavin1
Form of Davyn. Root fr. Welsh. Variant of David .. Used frequently as a birth name, Davin is similar to the conventional Davi. See also Davian.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -vin names: Alvin, Arvin, Calvin, Darvin, Davin

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -vin names: Delvin, Devin, Earvin, Elvin, Ervin

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -vin names: Irvin, Kalvin

Davin2
Form of David. Root fr. Hebrew. "Beloved." Davin is in the Top 2000. See also Deavon.

DelvinDelvin1
Var. of Devlin. Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Fierce courage." A somewhat uncommon children's name, Delvin occurs more often as a last name. See also Dervin.

Delvin2
Form of Delphin. Based on Greek language. "Dolphin." Less common today. Delvin was last listed in 2005 in the Top 2000. See also Delevan.

Delvin3
Root fr. Old English, Irish elements. "Godly friend; proud friend; bright friend." Delvin is an unconventional men's name, appearing regularly (upper 80%) as a surname.

Dervin2
Form of Derwin. Origin fr. Old English language. "Gifted friend; dear friend." Derin is a slightly favored boys' name. See also Devin.

DevinDevin1
Form of Devon. Derivative of English element. .. Devon is a county in England .. Unisex name. Usage of Devin as a birth name in 2015 was down 69.4% compared to 10 years ago.

Devin2
Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Bard, poet." Gender-neutral name. Devin has waned in popularity as a boys' name since 1995.

Donevin
Var. of Donovan. Based on Irish, Gaelic word. "Dark; brown-haired chieftain." Not in Top 2000.

Irving and variantsEarvin1, Ervin, Irvin
Forms of Irving. Origin fr. Gaelic word. "Green, fresh water." Irvin (upper 1%), Ervin (1%) and Earvin (35%) appear regularly as surnames.

EarvinEarvin2
Based on Gaelic language. "Green, fresh water." Used somewhat frequently as a boys' name, Earvin is similar to the popular Ervin. See also Marvin.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -vin names for boys.

1. Aldivin - Earvin
Aldous [Aldivin], Alban [Alvin], Alvin [Elvin], Arvin, Bevan [Bevin, Bevvin], Calvin [Kalvin], Corvin, Corbin [Corvin], Darvin [Dervin], Davyn [Davin], David [Davin], Devlin [Delvin], Delphin [Delvin], Delvin, Derwin [Dervin], Devon [Devin], Devin, Donovan [Donevin], Irving [Irvin, Ervin, Earvin], Earvin


Edwin [Edvin], Elvin, Elwin [Elvin], Ervin, Evan [Evin], Galvin [Gallvin], Garvin, Garvan [Garvin], Gavin, Girvin, Glenavon [Glenavin, Glennavin], Haven [Havin], Erskine [Irvin], Jevon [Jevin, Jeavin, Jevvin], Jovan [Jovin], Kalvin, Kelvin, Kerwin [Kervin], Kevin, Levi [Levin]


Malvin, Marvin [Mervin, Murvin], Medwin [Medvin], Melvin [Malvin], Mervin [Murvin], Nevin, Nevan [Nevin], Norvin, Orvin, Oswin [Osvin], Raven [Rayvin], Reuben [Rouvin], Sabino [Savin], Slavin, Gustav [Tavin], Tavin, Tevin, Tevon [Tevin], Trevin, Vincent [Vin]

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