I guess what you say about endings is intended for Menke. I never mentioned any -een ending. Sure, I won't say it's the only possible origin. But there definitely exists a Sanskrit name 'suvijna' with the meaning I gave, and the change to Suvin is easily explained. As I indicated, it at the same time explains the name 'Suvigya', which is not proper Sanskrit at all: "XX is generally pronounced as XXX (gya) or XXXX (gya). The correct Sanskrit pronunciation, however, is XXXXX (jna)." (Taken from http://rajbhasha.com/learnhindi/Chapter05.htm )
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