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What does Alvine mean?

Alvine Pronunciation of Alvine [alvine] as a name for girls is of Old English derivation, and the name Alvine means "elf or magical being, friend". Alvine is a variant form of Alvina (Old English): feminine of Alvin. Alvine is also a form of Elvina (Old English).

Associated with: old english, elf, magical.


Alvine has 3 variants: Alveene, Elvene and Elvine.

12 more relations via Alvina, Elvina: Alveena, Alvena, Alvie, Alvineea, Alvinia, Alwinna, Alwyna, Alwyne, Elvena, Elvi, Elvie and Elvinia.

Creative forms:
(female) Aliine, Alvna, ..

(male) Alvineau, ..

Middle name pairings:
Alvine Spencer (A.S.), ..

How popular is Alvine?

Alvine is an unusual given name for women but a somewhat prominent last name for all people (#101654 out of 150436, Top 68%). (2000 U.S. Census)

Which version is better?

with its source forms and related girl names. Elvie, Elvina, Elvena, Alvina, Alvie and Alvena are the popular related forms of Alvine (outside Top 2000). These forms of Alvine were at the height of their popularity in the 1890s (average #1037), but now, the form Alvina has fallen out of fashion. (Top Baby Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Alvena, Alvie, Alvina, Elvena, Elvie, Elvina in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Alvine and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Suggested similar names are Adine, Adline, Aine, Alaina, Alaine, Alane, Alayne, Albane, Albina, Albine, Albinia, Albinka (see Alba), Alcina, Alcine, Aldene, Aldina, Aldine, Aldyne, Aleine, Alene, Alenne, Alexine, Aleyne, Alfie, Alice, Alie, Alina, Aline, Alise, Aliye, Alize, Allaine, Allcine (see Alcina), Alldine (see Alida), Alleine, Allene, Allice, Allie, Allina, Alline, Allyne, Almina, Almire (see Almera), Aloise, Alsina, Alvira, Alvit, Alvita, Alyne, Alynne, Alzina, Ardine, Arline, Armine, Aubine, Avice, Avie, Blaine, Calvine, Davine, Divine, Elaine, Eline, Elvire, Melvine, Oline, Olivine, Savine and Sylvine. These names tend to be more commonly used than Alvine.

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