Mavis

Mavis

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The baby girl name Mavis represent unique meaning, Song thrush, is popular among french ethenicity or origin.

The name pronounce as may-vis, the name contain around 2 syllables in pronouciations.

The name Mavis has variations of Maviss, Mavys.

The name Mavis orinates in Old French and it means "song thrush". Initially, it was used in the novel The Sorrows of Satan, written by Marie Corelli. Geoffrey Chaucer also used it in his Canterbury Tales. It was popular in the 1930s but nowadays it is rather old-fashioned.

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Map Of French Origin