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Kalvin Name - Meaning and Origin

Kalvin Name - Meaning and Origin


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Origin of first name:

Latins

Meaning of the name:

The masculine name Kalvin, also spelled Calvin, is rooted "Calvinus", itself inspired by "calvus", meaning "bald". Thus, we understand the origin of the medical term "baldness".
It also seems that Kalvin comes from the surname "Chauvin", of French origin and gives birth to the term "bald". History knows a Jean Chauvin or John Calvin, French theologian and one of the leaders of the Protestant Reformation.

Celebrities:

Calvin Klein, whose real name is Richer Klein, is a famous stylist and businessman, emblematic figure of casual-sportswear fashion. Adam Richard Wiles, better known as Calvin Harris, is an illustrious producer, singer and DJ of electronic music of Scottish origin. John Calvin Coolidge, Jr. was the thirtieth president of the United States of America during the 20th century. Calvin Williams is an American rugby player. Calvin Watson is a racing cyclist of Australian origin. Kelvin Mateus de Oliveira, or simply Kelvin, is a football player of Brazilian origin.

His character :

Children, the Kalvin are playful little boys. They like to play, have fun and laugh before making big cuddles to their parents. Growing up, they are still dynamic and sensitive. They know how to manage their schedule and pay attention to what interests them. You will enjoy the company of this man who will make you discover a new world with a smile.

Derivatives:

Calvin, Kalvyn, Kelvin ...

His party :

We do not celebrate Kalvin in France.

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