Name Malvin - Meaning and origin

Name Malvin - Meaning and origin

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Origin of first name:

Anglo-Saxons, Celts

Meaning of the name:

Derived from the female first name Malvina. The latter is composed of the Celtic terms maol and mhin, meaning "the one with smooth eyebrows".


American screenwriter Malvin Daniel Wald (1917-2008) and American athlete Malvin Whitfield.

Saint Mel is the protector of Malvin. Disciple of St. Patrick, he succeeded to the bishopric in the fifth century.

His character :

Malvin develops a keen sense of responsibility from an early age. Once he sets a goal, he does everything possible to achieve it by mocking the obstacles. Turned to the family, he thinks of the well-being of his family. Affectionate, Malvin attracts sympathy and easily finds his place in a group. He has a great sense of listening and is a true confidant. Often of good advice, he is perspicacious and stands out by his quality of observer.


Malvine, Malvyn, Melvin, Melvine, Melvinn, Melvyn ...

His party :

The Malvin are celebrated on February 6th.

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