Malvina

Malvina is a feminine given name derived from the Gaelic mala mhinn, meaning `smooth brow`. It was popularized by the 18th century Scottish poet James Macpherson. The name became popular in Scandinavia on account of Napoleon, an admirer of Macpherson`s Ossianic poetry, who was the godfather of several children of Jean Baptiste Jules Bernadotte,......
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Malvina

[character] Malvina is the bride or lover of Oscar (Irish mythology) in the Ossian cycle of James Macpherson. Due to the popularity of Macpherson`s work, `Malvina` has been used as a given name. ...
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Malvina

Malvina is a Celtic name for girls. The meaning is `smooth brow` The name Malvina is most commonly given to French girls. (48 times more often than to American girls.) What do they use in other countries? Melvine Mal The name sounds like: Melvena
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