What does Trevis mean?
Trevis /tre-vis/ as a boys' name is pronounced TREV-iss. It is of English and Welsh origin. Variant of Treves, French surname and place name. Contemporary American usage may be as a blend of Travis and Trevor.
Associated with: surname.
(male) Trevi, Tyrvis, ..
(female) Trevissa, Trevissia, ..
How popular is Trevis?
Trevis is a rare given name for males but a somewhat popular last name for both adults and children (#79115 out of 150436, Top 53%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is the birth name popularity of Trevis for boys. Trevis was first listed in 1960-1969 and reached its apex position of #1172 in the U.S. during 1970-1979, but is not found in the list currently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Travis (#252 from recent data), Trevor (#276) and Trever are the popular varying forms of Trevis rated in the Top 2000. Other variants, like Traver, are seldom used. These forms of Trevis were favored as baby names in 1990 (usage of 0.8%) and have become much less popular since (usage 0.1%, ▼82.1%), with versions like Travis becoming somewhat dated.
Recommended names are Alexis▼, Alvis, Aramis, Aris, Arris, Artemis, Arvis, Beavis, Bemis, Bevis, Cletis, Clovis, Cris, Davis▲, Denis▼, Elvis, Jarvis▼, Jervis, Kelvis, Kevis, Kris▼, Lewis▼, Lexis, Orsis, Prentis, Purvis, Regis, Reis, Tallis, Tannis, Tavi, Tavid, Tavie, Tavin, Tavio, Tavis, Tavish, Terris, Teunis, Tevan, Teven, Tevin▼, Tevinn (see Tevon), Tevis, Tevon, Tevyn, Tigris, Trai, Trail, Travion, Travon▼, Tre▼, Treacy, Tremain, Trent▼, Trentin, Trevan, Treven, Trevian, Trevin, Trevion▼, Trevon▼, Trevonn, Trevyn, Trey▼, Tris, Troi, Tullis and Yoelvis. These names tend to be more commonly used than Trevis.