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Meanings: Kind Gentle Handsome Little Gentle One Lovable Beloved Gentle Kind Comely Loved One English name of Irish origin, meaning: the Graceful. In Germany at the end of the 20th century very fashionable. Namesakes: Kevin Costner, American actor.
Comes from the Anglo-Saxon "kwen" Means: "plant" If Day June 3. Kévin have a split personality. Kévin are both very active and phlegmatic, a nonchalant hand of an extraordinary composure and the other passionate, even violent. ThinkKévinare very objective, diplomats and tolerant. Brilliant, authoritative, have a good work ethic,Kévingenerally lead to occupations in contacts and fighting. Kévin are followers of the order and discipline.
Full form of Kévin : Kind Versatile Imaginative Neat
Kévin is not a native United States and Kévin may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name.
Expression number of Kevin is 7.
Kevin likes to research and reason to know the answers of hidden questions as Kevin are gifted with an analytical mind. Kevin are always on the quest for knowledge and wisdom and loves being alone.
Names that rhyme with Kevin Famous people named Kevin
Kevin Alexander in Casino Royale as Make-Up Department
Kevin Howard in Pompeii as Sound Department
Kevin Welch in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 as Special Effects
Kevin Fox in The Negotiator as Writer
Kevin Walsh in Limitless as Camera and Electrical Department
Kevin Theis in Just Visiting as Actor
Kevin Williams in Wild Things as Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kevin Morra in Henry Rollins: Uncut from Israel as Producer
Kevin Dorsey in The Lion King as Soundtrack
Kevin Thomas Roy in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation as Miscellaneous CrewNames like Kevin Kevin Namesakes Related Names: Kev Keva Kevaeh Keval Kevan Kevana Kevanna Kevante Kevari Kevaris Kevaughn Kevaun Keveen Kevelyn Keven Keveon Kever Kevi Kevia Kevian Posts having Kevin: Comments :Shad Ketchum Kevin ( Irish : Caoimhín , Middle Irish : Caoimhghin , Old Irish : Cóemgein , Latin : Coemgenus ) is a name Irish male source is now used in Spanish, English, French, German, Dutch, Irish and Scandinavian. Caoimhghin comes from the word, derived from the Irish Coem "sweet, honest, handsome" and gein "birth". "Kevin" is not related to or Calvin Kelvin names. His nickname is "Kev" and can also be written Kevyn (in English), Keven or Kevan (Irish), or Kévin. The female version of Caoimhín (Kevin) is Caoimhe , anglicized as Kiva or Keva. It is believed that St. Kevin was the one who popularized it , since it is not a biblical name. "Kevin" is one of the hundred most used male names for babies in Canada , Chile , France , Hungary , Ireland , the Netherlands , Northern Ireland , Norway , Slovenia , Spain , Sweden and the United States.
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With origins in Latin : Coemgenus, Caimginus, Keivinus
Then Celtic : Coemgen
Then in Gaelic : Cóemgein, Caemgen, Caoimhín or Coemgen
English : Kevin, Kavin, Kevyn or Kaven
Swedish , Baltic , Polish : Kevlas, Ckevhyn
french : masculine- Keven, Kevin and Kevyn, feminine- Kevine and Kevine
Bosnian : Kevheil
In the UK , its popularity reached the peak during the 1950s and 1960s, when it was among the first 20 names, but petered out in the 90th the first 100. Also in the United States , from 1957 to 1979 the name it remained between 20 and 11 places in the ranking of the most used names. From the 1970s, the name Kevin first appeared in the German "hit parade" of naming. 1977-1980 played the famous English professional footballer Kevin Keegan at the German club Hamburger SV . However, the name reached thereby no higher rankings. From the late eighties, there were significantly more children with this name: In 1989 was Kevin among the 20 most common first. 1991 Kevin was suddenly the most popular German name; this can be well on the successful movie " Kevin - home alone "and the actor Kevin Costner , which this year of international breakthrough, traced. In the following years, to about 2004, the name usually remained among the 30 most popular.
In France, this name was almost unknown in France until the 1980s, was the most given in France in 1991 (14,087 children 3 ). Its popularity is often associated with the success of the American film Dances with Wolves (released in 1990) and its lead actor Kevin Costner . It has since become a stereotype of the teenager from a working environment and lacking education and maturity OGA KEVIN De Lord Is Good
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