Mavis

Mavis is a female name. Its usage was initiated by Marie Corelli`s 1895 novel The Sorrows of Satan1 which featured a character named Mavis Clare whose first name is said to be `rather odd` but suitable for Miss Clare as `she sings quite as sweetly as any thrush`. Corelli patently was utilizing the common noun mavis2 which refers to the song t...
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Mavis

• (n.) The European throstle or song thrush (Turdus musicus).
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Mavis

Ma'vis (mā'vĭs) noun [ French mauvis , Arm. milvid , milfid , milc'hhouid , Corn. melhuez .] (Zoology) The European throstle or song thrush ( Turdus musicus ).
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Mavis

Mavis is an English name for girls. The meaning is `song thrush` The name Mavis is most commonly given to American girls. Mavis is given to boys and girls in the Netherlands If it's too long you might use: Mamie Similar names are: Maris, Avis, Mave, Macie, Maci, Mazie, Maisy, Mavina, Meris, Marys, Marris, Marise, Marisa, Mavra, Maxie, Maxi, Maisa S...
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Mavis

Mavis is an old popular name for the Song Thrush (Turdus musicus). Mavis had all but stopped being used as a name for the bird in England by 1900, but continued to be used in Scotland.
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MAVIS

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