US Popularity:10894
Other Origin(s):Italian
Meaning:Wife of Trojan hero Aeneas
Luvinia is a heroic-sounding feminine name of Latin and Etruscan origin. It is believed to come directly from the Latin Lāvīnĭa or Lavinia, which some might recognize from Roman and Greek mythology. In Greek mythology, Lavinia or Luvinia is the wife of the Trojan hero Aeneas, solidifying the name's legendary and valiant aura. Still to this day, Lavinia is linked closely to the city of Rome and is thought to have influenced the name of the port city of Lavinium in Italy. Luvinia is a wonderful choice to either honor baby's heritage or remind them of their influence and power.

Luvinia Name Popularity Data

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in 1986
- 4789
from 1963
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