What does Darvin mean?
Darvin has 1 variant: Dervin.
Darvin has 21 more relations via Darwin, Daryl, Marvin: Darel, Dariel▲, Darral, Darrel▼, Darrill, Darrol, Darryl▼, Darwon, Darwyn, Daryle, Daryll, Derril, Derwin, Marve, Marven, Marvyn, Marwin, Mervin▼, Mervyn, Merwin and Murvin.Kreatif forms:
(male) Darvon, Dorvin, ..
(female) Darvinae, Darvinna, ..
How popular is Darvin?
Darvin is an uncommon first name for males but a very popular last name for all people (#69428 out of 150436, Top 46%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Charted below is the birth name statistics of Darvin for boys. Darvin was first listed in 1920-1929 and reached its apex rank of #1004 in the U.S. during the years 1930-1939, but is not in the Top 1000 at the moment. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Which version is better?with its variant form and related boy names. Below is a charted study of the ranking of Darvin and related names. Marvin (#550 a year ago), Dariel (#857), Darwin (#877), Darryl (#1041), Daryl (#1159), Darrel, Mervin, Mervyn, Merwin, Derwin, Daryll, Darwyn, Darel and Daryle are the popular variation forms of Darvin ranked in the Top 2000. Usage of these relations of Darvin was common during 1930-1939 (usage of 0.52%) and is now significantly diminished (usage 0.07%, ▼86%), with versions such as Daryl going out of style. Dariel is the most contemporarily stylish boy name among these.
Darvin is alike in pronunciation to Dervon. Other suggested similar names are Aarin, Arvin, Calvin, Cardin, Carmin, Carvil, Dain, Daivian, Dallin▼, Daran, Darbie, Darcio, Dargan, Darian, Darien▼, Dario▲, Darion▼, Daron, Darran, Darrian, Darring, Darrion▼, Darriq, Darron, Darryn, Darton, Daryn, Davi, David▼, Davie, Davien, Davin, Davon▼, Davyn, Daylin, Derrin, Dorrin, Draven▲, Durbin, Durwin, Earvin, Farin, Farrin, Garin, Garrin, Garvie, Garvin, Garvyn, Garwin, Gavin, Girvin, Harbin, Hardin, Harkin, Harlin, Harvie, Havin, Irvin▼, Jarin, Jarrin, Jarvis▼, Kervin, Larin, Larkin, Larrin, Malvin, Martin▼, Norvin, Orvin, Parkin, Parviz, Savin, Tarin and Tavin. These names tend to be more frequently used than Darvin.