Levin name meaning

Gender: Boy
Origin: Old High German and Hebrew
Usage: English, German, Low German, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: l(e)-vin
Meaning: Attached, Combined, Dear and Beloved
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What does Levin mean?

Desirable and Evergreen unisex name Levin is mostly used in English, Finnish, Norwegian, Low German, Danish, Swedish and German has its origin in Old High German and Hebrew, meaning of Levin is "Attached, Combined, Dear or Beloved".

Levin is form of prominent, biblical and timeless Levi. Levi is diminutive of Levente. Levi is Latin cognate of The Hebrew Name לֵוִי Meaning Attached. Originated from Hungarian and Hebrew, Prevalent and Enduring Levi, Levi means "Possibly Governor and Combined".

Levin is diminutive of Liebwin. Also Liebwin is another transcription of LJUF;VIN. Liebwin's meaning is Beloved and Friend is rooted from Old High German and Germanic is used notably in German.

How do I pronounce Levin?

The two syllabled name Levin is commonly pronounced as l(e)-vin.

Variants of Levin

Leofwine, Levi, Lavi, Levie, Lavee, Leo, Olavi

Names that rhyme with Levin

How popular is the name Levin?

In Switzerland, Levin was once a common name since emerging in 1998 it has been given to over 3461 babies. At the peak of its usage in 2011,. However after 21 years, the name is on free fall on the charts but it is still going strong.

Levin is a familiar baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1889 and was able to reach the top 900 names. In 1889, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 878 on boy names chart when 60 babies were named Levin.

Over 1405 babies in United States have been named Levin.

Levin is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales where it has been in use since 1999 and peaked in 1999 when it ranked 2425th.

Also, it appeared first time in 2002 on baby boy names list of France. Levin is a rare baby name in Belgium where it is still in use. Levin is a common name in Kenya while somewhat familiar name in Philippines, India, Indonesia, Turkey, Tanzania, South Africa, China, Honduras and Nicaragua.

According to our research, over 5000 babies have been named Levin globally.

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Levin in Nordic countries

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What numerology tells about Levin?

Achieving inner peace and harmony in life is what's most important to you. You can spend a whole day on meditation instead of exercise and feel equally productive, or even more. You are lagging behind on motivational front. You are probably the most creative person you know in your surroundings. Most people are jealous of your aura and ability to become the center of attention even when you don't try at all.

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Famous people named Levin

  • Levin Schücking, German novelist
  • Levin Ludwig Schücking, German scholar of the English language and English literature
  • Levin Gale, American politician
  • Levin Corbin Handy, American photographer
  • Levin August von Bennigsen, German general
  • Levin Rauch, Austrian-Hungarian politician and appointed Ban of Croatia-Slavonia between 1867 and 1871
  • Levin Winder, in Baltimore, Maryland
  • Levin Goldschmidt, German jurist
  • Levin H. Campbell, Senior United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit

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