Malvina name meaning

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Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Girl
Origin: English, Latin, Old High German, Old English and Celtic
Usage: Scandinavian, English, Scottish, Faroese, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: mal-VEE-na
Meaning: Eyebrow, Plant with Pink Flowers, Composition Of Court, Girlfriend and The Word Maol-Mhin Meaning Smooth Brow
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What does Malvina mean?

Used in Norwegian, Faroese, Finnish, Scottish, Scandinavian, English, Swedish and Danish everlasting and famed, Malvina is used as a baby girl name, Malvina means "Eyebrow, Plant with Pink Flowers, Composition Of Court, Girlfriend or The Word Maol-Mhin Meaning Smooth Brow" came from Celtic, Old High German, English, Latin and Old English.

Malvina is effeminate variant of Malvin. Malvin is version of immutable and pleasing Melvin. Malvin is masculine of [Malvina. Also Malvin is variant spelling of MAHAL;VIN. Also Malvin is variant spelling of MAL;VIN.

Malvin is form of Melville in English language. Also Malvin is English form of Melvin. Origin of Darling and Evergreen Malvin is in Old French, Old English and Old High German, meaning of Malvin is "Armored Chief, Leader and Council-friend".

Malvina is celebrated on October 5th.

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How do I pronounce Malvina?

One syllabled Malvina is pronounced as mal-VEE-na. There should be emphasis on second VEE syllable while speaking. Some people pronounce it as m(a)-lvi-na or mal-vina.

Variants of Malvina

Mali, Amalia, Malin, Mala, Aimil, Amy, Emily, Malan, Malen

How popular is the name Malvina?

Malvina was a common name in France. Over 4028 babies have been named Malvina since 1900. At its zenith in 1900,. However after 102 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts.

Malvina is a familiar baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1880 and was able to reach the top 500 names. In 1883, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 465 on girl names chart when 63 babies were given the name Malvina.

There are over 1679 babies that have been given the name Malvina in United States.

Malvina is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales still in use today. But Malvina is a popular baby name in Brazil where every 1 in 20000 have the name as well as in, Argentina and Russia.

As per our research, over 40000 babies have been bestowed Malvina around the globe.

YearRankBirths
2022135276
2018156545
2015164015
2014145376
2013165345
2010134387
2009124238
2008174955
2007154896
2004160945
View more ▾View full list ▾[1] Source: Social Security Administration

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Here's what numbers has to say about Malvina

When it comes to life goals and career, you always give your best. You have to learn that what you give is what you get in life. Trust your intuition when it tells you a person isn't to be trusted. Having letter A as your capstone reveals how you look at life and other people. You believe planning revenge is a waste of energy and time and you use those doing something productive or noble. You are not a fan of monotony and you can't stand people who just dwell in their comfort zone, waiting for something to happen.

Looking for names similar to Malvina? Please go through the following names

  •  Alani - Meaning of Alani is Orange is used particulary in English and Hawaiian. Its origin is in Hawaiian and Celtic is a gender-neutral name
  •  Glynnis - Renowned and Perpetual girl name Glynnis is mainly used in English and Welsh has its origin in Welsh and Celtic languages. Glynnis is Welsh cognate of Glenna
  •  Cayce - Anomalous English, Latin and Celtic Cayce is mostly used in English and English, meaning of Cayce is "Vigilant" is a gender insensitive name
  •  Cellach - Cellach's meaning is Bright-Headed has its origin in Celtic is bestowed upon baby boys
  •  Eres - Creative and adventurous and Contemporary Eres came from Celtic is commonly used in Swedish, Icelandic and Finnish and is aimed at baby girls, meaning of Eres is "Wonderful"

Famous people named Malvina

  • Malvina Longfellow, American stage and silent movie actress of the early 20th century
  • Malvina Hoffman, American sculptor and author
  • Malvina Reynolds, American folk/blues singer-songwriter and political activist
  • Malvina Major, New Zealand opera singer
  • Malvina Bolus, Canadian historian and art collector
  • Malvina Pastorino, Argentine film actress
  • Malvina Ackerman in Microwave Massacre as Actress

Sources

  1. Social Security Administration, https://www.ssa.gov/oact/babynames/index.html
  2. Office for National Statistics, https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/birthsdeathsandmarriages/livebirths
  3. Institut national de la statistique et des ├ętudes ├ęconomiques, https://www.insee.fr/fr/statistiques/2540004
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