Devin may refer to:
- Devin (name), a Gaelic name; also a Hindu name
- Devin, Bulgaria, a town in Bulgaria
- Devín, a borough of Bratislava, Slovakia
- Devín Castle
- Devin Cars, an American manufacturer of cars and kit-cars
- Devin Townsend, a Canadian musician, singer, songwriter, producer
- Devin the Dude, American hip hop artist
- Devin, the Slovene name of Duino, in Italy
- Devin, Bandar Abbas, a village in Hormozgan Province, Iran
- Devin, Minab, a village in Hormozgan Province, Iran
- Devin, North Khorasan, a village in North Khorasan Province, Iran
- Devin, Razavi Khorasan, a village in Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran
- Devin, a short form of Devindra, a title applied to the Hindu god Indra
Devín (; , ) originally a separate village at the confluence of the Danube and Morava rivers, is now a suburb of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. It is an important archaeological site, famous for the ruins of Devín Castle. Devín lies near the Devín Gate, a narrow stretch on the river Danube, which was viewed as the western gateway to the Kingdom of Hungary.
It lies on the border between Slovakia and Austria which runs down the middle of the Morava and Danube rivers, and which previously formed part of the Iron Curtain between the Eastern and the Western Bloc.
The word Devín stems from the Slovak word deva, which signifies "a girl".
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The unisex given nameDevin is of Irish origin, derived from the surname Devin. The surname is in turn derived from the Irish Ó Damháin, meaning "descendant of Damhán". The bynameDamhán means "fawn".
Usage examples of "devin".
Though I started off with Rafe because he struck me as the baddest of the bad MacKade Brothers---I fell in love with Jared, then with Devin, then with Shane.
United States Senate, Viv and Devin sat on the small carpeted steps on the side of the rostrum, literally waiting for the phone to blink.
Corri visited the weapons locker while Devin readied their watercraft and their packs.
Devin made a last-minute dash to the watercraft and returned with a small heat pack that he tossed inside the sleeping bag.
At last Joe Devins summoned returning neighbors, who came to the rescue, and the poor nubbins were left to the rats once more.
It was probably Devin, he told himself, or Rafe, or even Jared, trying to get a rise out of him, trying to make him bolt, as he'd nearly bolted the time they spent the night in the old Barlow place, on the other side of the woods.
For no one since Marra had died really knew what memory meant to Devin d'Asoli: the way in which it had come to be the touchstone of his soul.
It pricked the pride, just a little, to remember he'd never been able to outhit, or outfield, Devin.
Just as Devin felt obliged to caution Rovigo, the tavern-owner gave a jerky, convulsive nod and the merchant untwisted the collar a little.