i dated an evelyn before.
She was crazy gorgeous and all the guys would try to get at her.
But she's not a slut, we dated for almost a year and she never flirted with other guys.
Evelyn's are faithful girls,
You'd be lucky to even be bestfriends with an evelyn!
i'd give anything to be with her again,
She gave the best hugs, too!
Evelyn's are the nicest girls you'll ever meet.
She'd always go out of her way to do kind things for others.
She NEVER forgot when our anniversaries were, and we'd go on cute dates to anywhere.
even if we'd go just to a park, she'd make the time worth a while.
Now that we aren't together, i realize what i lost.
If you ever date an evelyn, i'm warning you, don't let her go. ever.
Bro #2: "yeah and i regret breaking up with her too, she was such an Evelyn."
Bro #1: "Your loss, bro!"
Guy #1: "That girl is such an Evelyn! look at the way she walks!"
Guy#2: "DAMN! I'd love to be her boyfriend!"
The most amazing person ever.
Everyone wants to be with her, around her, or do her.
She turns heads, and makes guys drop to their knees.
Shes intelligent and laid back,
she loves to have fun and gives amazing advice.
She's extremely sexy and could even look good in an old t-shirt
Everyone wants to be like her.
It can also be considered a cognate of Eve and Lyn - then of Hebrew origin. There is a possible relation with the Gaelic 'eiblin' ('pleasant') as well.
The medieval name seems to have been used only by women, but it gave rise to a surname that was turned into a masculine given name as early as the 17th century. Evelyn is today used primarily by women, but it was common enough as a boys' name just a generation ago.
An example of it as a surname is the gardener and diarist John Evelyn. Novelist Evelyn Waugh is a famous male bearer, and Pre-Raphaelite painter Evelyn De Morgan is a female bearer.
In the 20th century, Evelyn was most popular in the 1910s and 20s. Recently it has been resurging.