What does Malvina mean?
Malvina [malv-ina] as a girls' name is of English origin, and the meaning of Malvina is "smooth brow". Literary name coined by James Macpherson in the 18th century for a character in his Ossianic poems. Macpherson claimed that these poems were translations of ancient texts, but they were in fact his own creations. Sculptor Malvina Hoffman.
MASCULINE FORM MelvinCREATIVE FORMS
(female) Maina, Malvna, ..
(male) Malvano, Malvian, .. MIDDLE NAME PAIRINGS
Malvina Isabell (M.I.), ..
How popular is Malvina?
Malvina is a somewhat prominent first name for females (#4041 out of 4276, Top 95%) but an uncommon surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)
Malvina reached its peak rank of #583 in the U.S. in the 1880s, but is not listed at the moment. (2015 U.S. SSA RECORDS)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related girl names. Melvina, Melva and Malva are the prominent varying forms of Malvina listed in the Top 2000. Usage of these forms of Malvina was at its highest 115 years ago (MEDIAN #1002), but now, versions such as Melva have fallen out of fashion.
Malvina is pronounced similarly to Melvena. Other recommended names are Alvina▼, Balbina, Calina, Calvina, Calvine, Calvinna, Dalina, Dallina, Davina, Earvina, Elvina, Galina, Gavina, Halina, Jalaina, Kalina, Lavina▼, Madina, Mahina, Malana, Maleia, Malena, Malia, Malika, Malina, Malinda▼, Malita, Malkia, Mallina, Marcina, Mareina, Marina▼, Marlaina, Marleina, Marlina, Marnina, Martina, Marvina, Masina, Massina, Matrina, Maxina, Melaina, Melina▲, Mellina, Ravina, Salina, Salvia, Salvina, Savina, Silvina, Sylvina, Talina, Valina, Waldina and Waltina. These names tend to be less commonly used than Malvina.See names in meaning and etymology.