|Pronunciation||📣 \c(a)-lvin, cal-vin\|
|Number in U.S||👶 207,000|
|Rate in 2021||261|
|Name origin||🌍 French|
Meaning of name Calvin:
Calvin is the transferred use of a French surname, given to Nonconformists in honor of the French theologian John Calvin (1509-1564). The name comes from the French “chauve” meaning 'bald' (Cauvin is a diminutive of the Norman “calve/chauve” meaning 'small bald head'). John Calvin (Anglicism) was an influential religious scholar who broke away from the Catholic Church during the Protestant Reformation and is best known for developing Calvinism (a doctrine defined by predestination and total depravity, emphasizing the absolute sovereignty of God).
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