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Elvia Carrillo Puerto (6 December 1878 – 15 April 1968) was a Mexican socialist politician and feminist activist. She founded Mexico's first feminist leagues in 1912, including the League of Rita Cetina Gutierrez (Spanish: Liga Rita Cetina Gutierrez) in 1919. In 1923, Carillo became Mexico's first woman state deputy, and elected to the Chamber of Deputies. Due to Carillo's contributions to Mexican government and history, she was officially decorated as a "Veteran of the Revolution."
Elvia García Ardalani (born June 4, 1963, in Heroica Matamoros Tamaulipas, Mexico), is a Mexican writer, poet, and storyteller. She is an assistant professor in the Department of Modern languages and Literatures at the University of Texas–Pan American, where she teaches creative writing and Spanish literature.
Elvia Andreoli (4 January 1950 or 2 January 1951 – 28 March 2020) was an Argentine film actress of Sicilian, Jewish and Spanish descent. She appeared in over 30 films between 1965 and 1998.
Gender: Feminine

Usages: Spanish (Rare), Galician (Rare), Italian (Rare), Sicilian

Pronunciation: EL-byah(Spanish)

Meaning: Feminine form of ELVIO. It might occasionally be used as a short form of ELVIRA in modern times. Elva, Elvina, Elvinia, Elvidia, Elviana are Italian variants.

https://www.linkedin.com/pub/dir/?first=elvia&last=&search=Suche
https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elvio
http://www.ige.eu/igebdt/esq.jsp?idioma=gl&ruta=onomast/nomes.jsp
https://gl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lista_de_nomes_femininos_en_galego#I
http://geneapiemonte.org/PDF3/Prenoms-italiens.pdf

(Information from name #21171 originally submitted by user Hector)

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