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Meaning of Malvina

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Meaning

The name Malvina has the following meaning:

A dated name which refers to having a smooth brow.
It is a female name, suitable for baby girls.

Popularity

As a baby girl name, Malvina is currently not a popular baby name in the USA.

The following chart shows the popularity of the name Malvina in the USA, over the past 100 years.
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Pronunciation

The name Malvina is pronounced as mal-vee-nah

Origins

Malvina originates from the English language.

See other suggested English girl baby names.

Related names

The following names are baby names related to Malvina and are suitable names for brothers and sisters of Malvina: Boys - Alvin, Bradyn, Dalbert, Darton, Dartun, Denman, Newbury, Wade, Wesley, Girls - Ansley, Aspen, Birtie, Cherish, Cheryl, Corliss, Deasia, Deeann, Earline, Edwina, Farrah, Jailyn, Jayla, Junie, Kaylee, Laurette, Lauryn, Lona, Louella, Marylou, Melvina, Both genders - Baby, Bird, Byrd, Finley, Golden, Shirley, Skylar

Variants

Popular Variants for the name Malvina: Malva, Malveenah, Malvenia, Malvie, Malviena, Malvinea, Malvyne, Maveena, Mavina, Mel, Melva, Melvine

Style

We think the name Malvina should fall under the following style category: Traditional.

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Impression

Based on our research, most people would imagine a person with the name Malvina to be: Long-haired, gullible lady

In one word, you might describe Malvina as a(n) "gullible" person.

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Famous persons

The names of some famous persons by the name Malvina (or its variants) are:

Malvina Hoffman, born on 15 June, a famous sculptor. Malvina Hoffman's background: An American sculptor, made famous by her life-size sculptures. Hoffman was chosen to execute sculpture for the Epinal American Cemetery and Memorial near Vosges, France. This marks the site of bloody fighting that took place in December 1944 in what became known as the 'Battle of the Bulge.' It is likely that Hoffman was picked to do this because of the very active role she had played in the Red Cross during both WWI and WWII and it is also perhaps symbolically meaningful because the Germans destroyed several of her works that were located in Paris during their occupation.

Malvina Reynolds, born on 23 August, a famous singer. Malvina Reynolds's background: An American folk/blues singer-songwriter and political activist, probably best known for writing the song 'Little Boxes', which was Reynolds' most famous song. 'Little Boxes' (made famous by Pete Seeger), has enjoyed renewed popularity by being featured in Showtime's TV series Weeds. Reynolds was also a noted composer of children's songs, including 'Magic Penny' and 'Morningtown Ride', a top 5 UK single (December 66) recorded by The Seekers.

Malvina Longfellow, born on 30 March , a famous actress. Malvina Longfellow's background: A stage and silent movie actress of the early 20th century who was selected as one of the world's most beautiful women in November 1922, by E.O. Hoppe, an international beauty expert and photographer.
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