Elvira Ali in the US

  1. #53,168,519 Elvira Aletta
  2. #53,168,520 Elvira Alexanders
  3. #53,168,521 Elvira Alexandres
  4. #53,168,522 Elvira Alfred
  5. #53,168,523 Elvira Ali
  6. #53,168,524 Elvira Aliaj
  7. #53,168,525 Elvira Alias
  8. #53,168,526 Elvira Alibasic
  9. #53,168,527 Elvira Alibegic
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Meaning & Origins

(Spanish) name of Germanic (Visigothic) origin, very common in the Middle Ages. It was not used in the English-speaking world until the 19th century, when it was made familiar as the name of the long-suffering wife of Don Juan, both in Mozart's opera Don Giovanni (1789) and in Byron's satirical epic poem Don Juan (1819–24). In his comedy Blithe Spirit Noel Coward used it as the name of Charles Condomine's first wife, who returns to haunt him. It is also the name of the heroine of the Swedish film Elvira Madigan (1967), directed by Bo Widerberg, a romantic tragedy about a pair of lovers who would rather die than be separated.
934th in the U.S.
Muslim (widespread throughout the Muslim world): from the Arabic personal name ῾Ālī ‘high’, ‘lofty’, ‘sublime’. Al-῾Ālī ‘the All-High’ is an attribute of Allah. ῾Abdul-῾Ālī means ‘servant of the All-High’. ῾Ālī ibn Abī Ṭālib (c. 600–661), the cousin and son-in-law of the Prophet Muhammad, was the fourth and last of the ‘rightly guided’ khalifs (ruled 656–61) and the first imam of the Shiite Muslims. His assassination led to the appearance of the Shiite sect.
756th in the U.S.

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