In 2018, 86 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Alvina who is registered female with the Social Security Administration. It is the 3, 329th most common female first name for living U.S. citizens.
The name Alvina was given to 26 girls born in the US in 2015.
This is a beautiful, unique name. It's one of those girl names that ages well. I certainly wouldn't mind if this was my name. :) Interestingly, I've heard this name also has Arabic origins (written as الوينا), though not I'm entirely sure if this is true and if so, what exactly is the Arabic meaning.
I prefer the pronunciation al-VEE-na, personally.
The American author, playwright, and screenwriter Viña Delmar was born Alvina Croter.
I know someone who has Alvina as a middle name, it is pronounced Al-vi-na, with a long i.
I prefer this to Al-vee-na.
This is my middle name. My mother named me after a favorite uncle whose middle name was Alvin. She pronounced it Al-vye-na, which I greatly prefer over Al-vee-na. I do get people calling me Elvira instead, and singing the Oak Ridge Boys popular 1980's song to me, not fun.
I find it hideous. It sounds very old-fashioned, and like the name of some old and unattractive character in a fantasy movie.
This is my grandmother's name, and she/we have always pronounced it Al-vye-na, with a long I. I love it, so cute and quaint!
I like the name, it's very elegant.
The name's Americanized pronunciation is often "Al-veye-na" with a long "i".
It's a very interesting and rare name. I love obscure names like this.

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