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This is a name that appears in Dragon Age. I am not sure how to indicate that it should be tagged for that, but I have seen the tag for "Dragon Age Characters" before and said tag was not on this name, so I thought I would point it out. Trevelyan is the name of the family the player character belongs to in Dragon Age: Inquisition if said PC is a human.
campasheck67  1/29/2018
The family name originates from St Veep, Cornwall as per Doomsday book entry. Meaning of the name is "Homestead of Elian".

The heraldic achievements of the Trevelyan family reflect claims that they were descended from the only survivor of the destruction of Lyonesse who escaped on the back of a white horse. The Trevelyan's have a white horse rising out of the waves for their arms.

Family motto "Tyme Tryeth Troth".

Proud to have the surname and live in Cornwall (1 of the 6 Celtic nations)!
trevelad  12/29/2016
This name sounds like a name that would be given to someone that lives in a ghetto or ratchet place.
SoccerStar  2/4/2016
Trevelyan is a noble house in the world of Dragon Age. If the player character in Dragon Age: Inquisition is human, he/she will have the surname Trevelyan.
jbr1234  8/2/2015
Kudos to the makers of "GoldenEye" for giving its villain an ethnically English surname that sounds Armenian/Eastern European (since his parents were supposed to have been Cossacks). Not sure I'd ever use this name, though.
erb816  12/20/2010
Alec Trevelyan is the villain in the James Bond movie, GoldenEye.
― Anonymous User  7/11/2008
The name sounds okay, but it is a little awkward for me to say.
― Anonymous User  6/30/2008
This name seems very "ethnic" sounding to me.
― Anonymous User  4/6/2007
Captain Clive Trevelyan was the victim in Agatha Christie's 'The Sittaford Mystery' (alternate title: 'Murder at Hazelmoor').
LadyBug18  8/5/2006
Trevelyan is the hero of Jude Deveraux's The Duchess.
ars musica  11/30/2005

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