- a male given name.
Also El·vin [el-vin] /ˈɛl vɪn/, El·wyn.
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Examples from the Web for elwin
I interviewed those workers—Kerry Ktchener and Elwin Roberts—and reviewed their work records.
And Elwin Roberts, an engineering technician, spotted a Ryder at the lake about six hours before McVeigh had his.
This is, at least, the impression left on us by an anecdote told by Elwin.De Libris: Prose and Verse
Elwin had, perhaps, a colder temperament, or did not express his devotion.
Elwin was in truth the "complement" of Forster's life and character.
The amiable Elwin, whom I consulted, entered into the project with a host of enthusiasm.
But legal formalities were in the way, and Elwin came to London instead.