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Silvurlín



Origin: Old Norse, Faroese

Meaning: it's likely a combination of Old Norse silfr (silver) and lín (flax, linen) meaning "silver linen" or "silver flax". 

It could also be a Faroese form of Silvelin, a German diminutive of Silvia, the feminine form of Silvius meaning "wood, forest" from Latin silva


Variants:
  • Silvurlin
  • Silverlin
  • Silvelin 
  • Sylvelin 



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