Examples from the Web for melvin
Not even the cofounder of the real estate company that owns the most malls in America, Melvin Simon, is listed.
Christian Bale becomes Melvin Purvis, the first famous G-man who tracks the gangsters down.
"I suppose you are very tired, Maude," said Mr. Melvin, looking wonderingly at his daughter.
Doubly brave because, though he has tried his best to overcome it, Melvin has a horror of the sea.Dorothy's Travels|Evelyn Raymond
Melvin and Trotty are not so quick; they progress slowly, but Daisy seems to be doing admirably.Eugene Field, A Study In Heredity And Contradictions|Slason Thompson
Both before and after the time of his studies under Dr Melvin he had experience of schoolmasters of a different type.The Book-Hunter|John Hill Burton
You're a poor judge of character, Melvin, if you don't see that.The Last Woman|Ross Beeckman
Word Origin and History for melvin
masc. proper name, from Old English Mælwine, literally "friend of the council," from mæl "council," from Proto-Germanic *mathla- (see blackmail) + wine "friend" (related to winnan "to strive, struggle, fight;" see win (v.)).