Animals, Birds, C names, Crow, Male, Proto-Indo-European, Raven, Surname names


Corbin comes from a French and English surname meaning “little crow” or “little raven” made up of Old French corb (crow, raven) combined with a diminutive suffix. It comes from Latin corvus (raven) which derives from a PIE root word.

Origin: Proto-Indo-European



  • Corbyn (English)
  • Corben (English)
  • Korbin (English)
  • Korben (English)
  • Corvinus (Ancient Roman)
  • Corvus (Ancient Roman)
  • Corvin (English, German, Romanian)
  • Corvyn (English)
  • Corvine (English)
  • Corvino (Italian, Spanish)


Female forms:

  • Corvina (Late Roman)



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