Milvia meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Latin
Usage: Italian
Meaning: Milvus and Pigeon Hawk
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Mainly used in Italian recent and creative and adventurous, Milvia means "Milvus or Pigeon Hawk" has its origin in Latin is a baby girl name.

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Popularity of Milvia

Milvia is a rare baby name in United States where it may not be used now as it was last seen in 2002. Milvia is a common name in Guatemala, Colombia and Venezuela while somewhat familiar name in Brazil, Honduras, Panama, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Peru, Nicaragua, El Salvador and Mexico. As per our research, over 10000 babies have been bestowed Milvia around the globe.



Here's what numbers has to say about Milvia

Make new mistakes and stop obsessing over old ones. When it comes to career, you prefer to take the easier road but realize soon that it's not the best way. You are hard to read but once someone gets close to you, you allow the person to manipulate you on purpose in order to see how he or she will treat you thinking they have power over you. You are also the craziest, most determinate and strong-willed one in your surroundings.

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