Davina
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My name is Davina. My parents came up with the name by using theirs - DAV from David and INA from Edwina.
-- davina.heard  9/19/2005
Another form of Davina is Daveigh (DUH-VAY). Daveigh Chase played Samara on The Ring.
-- mum2bubba  10/24/2005
Davina McCall is a British T.V. presenter. She presents Big Brother and for a while had her own chat show.
-- emeraldstar  7/18/2006
The Lady Davina Elizabeth Alice Benedikte Windsor (now Lewis) is the second child and eldest daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester (Prince and Princess Richard).
-- MariaNikolaievnaRoma  12/25/2006
David Tennant played a character named Davina in some TV show. He had to cross dress for the part. It was absolutely hilarious to see.
-- ema_kala  5/19/2009
Miss Davina Bat is a slightly loopy charms teacher at Cackle's Academy in the British children's television show The Worst Witch, played by British actress Una Stubbs. :)
-- walesgal92  11/1/2009
I was supposed to be a boy, and the only name picked out was David. My mother often joked that they should have named me Davina or Davida, because they had to think of another name in a hurry. If only they had done that... the name they gave me is horrid. At least this one is interesting. I like it.
-- chocolatefrog  6/28/2012
I like how it says this is a British name that originated in Scotland, but the only place it's ever been on the top 1000 charts is the US.
-- Anonymous User  3/22/2013
@Anonymous User 3/22/2013

It's only been on the US top 1000 in the 1970s and 1980s, and even then, the most popular it's been was #764. The US has a much larger population than the UK. The number of babies in the UK with a name that ranks #700-something is much less significant than in the US. A name ranking in the 700's in the UK should not be perceived as any more popular than many names that didn't make their top 1000.
-- Tiger Lilly  9/19/2013
Shouldn't it be listed in the Scottish names if it originated in Scotland?
-- thesnowwhiterose  12/2/2014
I love the sound of Davina and would use it to honor my father David. I'd call her Dove for short, since that's the sound of the first syllable.
-- rsammie1  8/7/2015

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