Irvine meaning and origin
Irvine's meaning is Variant of Irving, Green Water or Boar Friend is chiefly used in Scottish and English that originated from Celtic is a unisex name . Irvine is variant form of eminent and perpetual Irving. Irving is version of preeminent Yves. Irving is form of Erwin in English language. Mostly used in English and Scottish long standing and acclaimed, Irving, meaning of Irving is "Shrub and Yew" has its origin in Celtic and English. Irvine is form of persistent and trendy Irvin. Irvin is a variant form of widely accepted Yves. Irvin is derivation of Irwin. Irvin is short form of Irving. Irvin is English cognate of Erwin. Also Irvin is equivalent of Irwin in Nordic language. Irvin's meaning is Shrub and Beautiful is originated from English, Old English and Germanic.
Variants of Irvine
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Popularity of Irvine
Irvine is a unique baby name in United States, it had been in use since 1883 and was last seen in 2006, during its 80 years of usage, it was able to reach the top 800 names. In 1905, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 786 on boy names chart when 30 babies were named Irvine. Over 903 babies in United States have been named Irvine. The first name is an uncommon baby name in France there is very thin chances of it still being given.
Irvine is a rare baby name in England and Wales and may not be used now. Irvine is a common name in Zimbabwe while somewhat familiar name in South Africa, England, Canada, Malawi, Scotland and Jamaica. At least, 4000 people globally have carried Irvine as their given name according to our findings.
Numerological aspects of Irvine
As every person has its flaws, you are not an exception. You are not very excited when it comes to meeting new people because you expect disappointment. Being a boss suits you because of your high self-esteem, determination, and knowledge. People don't concern you much, meaning there are only a few people you trust in your life. Share your knowledge and positive energy. It's what you are best at.
Other names liked by soon-to-be-parents that are similar to Irvine
- Rhoen - Origin of Recent and Uncustomary Rhoen is in Celtic, meaning of Rhoen is "Red Haired Surname and Name of a Tree" is given to both genders. Rhoen is derivation of Rowan.
- Almeda - Outstanding and Classic girl name Almeda is originated from Celtic and Latin, meaning of Almeda is "Fields of Cottonwood, Goal Directed or Scholarly" is used chiefly in English, Finnish and Swedish languages
- Brenden - Frequently Used Brenden chiefly is used in English is originated from Old Irish and Celtic is a gender insensitive name, meaning of Brenden is "Prince, Little Raven or Variant of Brendan"
- Olwenn - Olwenn's meaning is Wealth or Light is originated from Celtic and Welsh is bestowed upon girls
- Leannán - Boy name Leannán means "Lover" is of Celtic origin
Namesakes of Irvine
- Irvine W. Grote, American chemist and scholar
- Irvine Clifton Gardner, American physicist
- Irvine U. Masters, mayor of Cleveland, Ohio, from 1863–1864
- Irvine Page, American physiologist
- Irvine family, family were agricultural pioneers and prominent landowners
- Irvine Dearnaley, English cricketer
- Irvine Welsh, Scottish novelist
- Irvine Lenroot, Republican politician from Wisconsin
- Irvine Laidlaw, Baron Laidlaw, British businessman
- Irvine Patnick, British businessman and Conservative Party politician
- Irvine Shillingford, former West Indian cricketer
- Irvine Barrow, Canadian chartered accountant and Senator
- Irvine Bulloch, officer
- Irvine Thornley, English professional footballer