‘you parted the water again, you Gavin!’
‘If you are lost my child, look to Gavin and you will find the light’
Traditionally used to refer to the children of warriors who had deceased in the performance of particularly valiant acts.
Sometimes used to characterize acts of exceptional self-sacrifice, valor, and or other act normally associated with knight-like chivalry.
"His father died in the war, so his mother renamed him Gavin."
"Did you see that Gavin chase down the mugger?"
"Gathering of the Vibes? I think you mean gathering of the Gavins..."
"I saw a Gavin yesterday smoking and driving a VW bus wearing a tie-dye shirt... I think I'm in love."