Maldevin

Maldevin meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Germanic, Old High German, Old French and Old English
Usage: Norwegian
Meaning: Bold and Friend, Princely Friend, Bold Friend, Leader, Ruler, Bad Village and Composition Of Court
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Maldevin is Norwegian form of Maldwyn. Also Maldevin is Norwegian form of Malvin.

Variants of Maldevin

Maldwyn, Malvin, Baldwin, Baldavin, Melvin, Melville, Mallvin, Bald, Mal, Baldewin, Belvin, Telvin, Malwine, Malville

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Popularity of Maldevin

Maldevin is an extremely rare name around the globe.

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What numerology tells about Maldevin?

You are always in the center of attention because of the unusual lifestyle you lead and life decisions that seem too dangerous to some but inspiring to others. You are the most self-motivated person you know. You are a lone wolf who can survive on his own because of his skills, highly developed sense of intuition, and the ability to provide for himself. You like to think outside the box and kick the box inside people's face when they tell you how to think or what to do.

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