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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Vachel French Little cow. M
2 Vaclar Slavic Wreath of glory. M

3 Vaddon Welsh From Bath. M
4 Vadin Hindi Speaker. M
5 Vail English Lives in the valley. M
6 Vail French From the vale. M
7 Vaive atoish NativeAmerican Alights on the cloud (Cheyenne). M
8 Vaiveahtoish NativeAmerican Alights on the cloud (Cheyenne). M
9 Vajezatha Biblical Sprinkling the chamber. M
10 Val English Strong. Variant of Valentinus; the name of more than 50 saints and three Roman emperors. M
11 Val Latin Valiant. Also a diminutive of Valentine: Strong; healthy. M
12 Val Persian High hill. M
13 Valbotg Swedish Powerful mountain. M

14 Valdemar German Famous ruler. M
15 Valdemar Swedish Powerful. M
16 Valdemarr German Famous ruler. M
17 Valdis Teutonic Spirited in war. M
18 Valdo German Variant of Waldo: Powerful; ruler. Famous Bearer: philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1832). Abbreviation of Oswald. M
19 Vale English Lives in the valley. M
20 Valen English Strong. Variant of Valentinus; the name of more than 50 saints and three Roman emperors. M
21 Valen Latin Strong. Variant of Valentinus; the name of more than 50 saints and three Roman emperors. M
22 Valena Latin Valiant. M
23 Valente Italian Strong. Variant of Valentinus; the name of more than 50 saints and three Roman emperors. M
24 Valente Portuguese Strong. Variant of Valentinus; the name of more than 50 saints and three Roman emperors. M
25 Valentiln Latin Valiant. M
26 Valentin Latin Valiant. M
27 Valentin Spanish Strong. Variant of Valentinus; the name of more than 50 saints and three Roman emperors. M
28 Valentin Swedish Brave. M
29 Valentine English Strong. Variant of Valentinus; the name of more than 50 saints and three Roman emperors. M
30 Valentine Latin Valiant; Strong. Variant of Valentinus; the name of more than 50 saints and three Roman emperors. M
31 Valentine Shakespearean 'Two Gentlemen of Verona' One of the two gentlemen in the title. 'The Tragedy of Titus Andronicus' Kinsman to Titus. 'Twelfth Night', also called 'What You Will' Gentleman attending on the Duke. M
32 Valentino Italian Brave or strong. M
33 Valentino Latin Valiant. M
34 Valentyn Latin Valiant. M
35 Valera Latin Valiant. M
36 Valerian Latin Valiant. M
37 Valerii Latin Valiant. M
38 Valerii Russian Brave. M
39 Valerijs Latin Valiant. M
40 Valerik Latin Valiant. M
41 Valerik Russian Brave. M
42 Valerio Italian Brave or strong. M
43 Valerio Latin Valiant. M
44 Valerius Latin Valiant. M
45 Valfrid Swedish Powerful peace. M
46 Vali Norse Son of Odin. M
47 Valiant English Brave. M
48 Valiant French Brave. M
49 Valkoinen Finnish White. M
50 Vallen English Strong. Variant of Valentinus; the name of more than 50 saints and three Roman emperors. M
51 Vallen Latin Strong. Variant of Valentinus; the name of more than 50 saints and three Roman emperors. M
52 Vallis French A Welshman. M
53 Vallois French A Welshman. M
54 Valmiki Indian Name of a poet. M
55 Valter Swedish Swedish form of Walter 'strong fighter'. M
56 Valter Teutonic Powerful ruler. M
57 Valthjof Norse Son of OrIyg. M
58 Van Dutch Equivalent of 'de' in French names. Van was sometimes converted from a surname prefix to a given name by early immigrants to America. M
59 Van Aken Dutch From Aachen. M
60 Van Ness Dutch Of the headland. M
61 Vance English Marshland. M
62 Vandenberg Dutch From the hill. M
63 Vanderbilt Dutch From the hill. M
64 Vanderpool Dutch From the pool. M
65 Vandrad Norse Son of Osvin. M
66 Vanechka Russian God's gift. M
67 Vaniah Biblical Nourishment, or weapons, of the Lord. M
68 Vanir Norse A mythical god of rain. M
69 Vanko Greek Gracious gift. M
70 Vanko Ukrainian God's gift. M
71 Vannes English Grain fans. M
72 Vanyusha Russian God's gift. M
73 Vardan French From the green hill. M
74 Varden Celtic From the green hill. M
75 Varden French From the green hill. M
76 Vardon Celtic From the green hill. M
77 Vardon French From the green hill. M
78 Vareck English From the fortress. M
79 Varek English From the fortress. M
80 Vargovie Czechoslovakian Has big lips. M
81 Varian Latin Fidde. M
82 Varick Teutonic Defending ruler. M
83 Varik English From the fortress. M
84 Varik Teutonic Defending ruler. M
85 Varney Celtic From the alder grove. M
86 Varrius Shakespearean Antony and Cleopatra'. Friend to Pompey. 'Measure for Measure' A gentleman, servant to the Duke. M
87 Varro Shakespearean 'The Tragedy of Julius Caesar' A servant to Brutus. M
88 Vartan Armenian Giver of roses. M
89 Varun Hindi Infinite. M
90 Varuna Indian Infinite. M
91 Vas Russian Royal. M
92 Vasek Czechoslovakian Victorious. M
93 Vasek Slavic Wreath of glory. M
94 Vashni Biblical The second, changed, a tooth. M
95 Vasileios Greek Regal. M
96 Vasilii Russian Royal. M
97 Vasilis Greek Regal. M
98 Vasin Indian Ruler. M
99 Vasistha Indian Wealthy. M
100 Vasos Greek Regal. M
101 Vassi Russian Royal. M
102 Vassily Russian Royal. M
103 Vassily Slavic Slavic form of Basil kinglike. M
104 Vasu Indian Wealthy. M
105 Vasuki Hindi Another name for Ananta. M
106 Vasuki Indian King of the serpents. M
107 Vasya Russian Royal. M
108 VasyItso Greek Regal. M
109 Vasyklo Greek Regal. M
110 Vasyklo Ukrainian Noble. M
111 Vasyl Greek Regal. M
112 Vater Teutonic Powerful ruler. M
113 Vaughan Shakespearean 'Henry IV' Duke of Clarence. Thomas Wart, country soldier. 'Henry VI' Thomas Horner, armourer. 'Henry VIII' Sir Thomas Lovell. 'Measure for Measure' A friar. 'King Henry VI, III', 'Henry VIII' Duke of Norfolk. 'King Richard III' Sir Thomas Vaughan. M
114 Vaughan Welsh Little. M
115 Vaughn Celtic Small. M
116 Vaughn Welsh Variant of Vaughan: Little. M
117 Vaux Shakespearean 'King Henry the Eighth' Sir Nicholas Vaux. M
118 Vayle English Lives in the valley. M
119 Vayle French From the vale. M
120 Ve Norse Giver of feeling. M
121 Vegard Norse Protection. M
122 Vegeir Norse Meat sacrificer. M
123 Veit Latin Lively. M
124 Velutus Shakespearean 'The Tragedy of Coriolanus.' Sicinius Velutus, Tribune of the People. M
125 Velvel Yiddish Wolf. M
126 Vemados German Courage of a bear. M
127 Ven Dutch Of. M
128 Venamin Hebrew Son of the right hand. M
129 Vencel Hungarian Victorious. M
130 Venedictos Latin Blessed. M
131 Veniamin Hebrew Son of the right hand. M
132 Venice Shakespearean 'The Merchant of Venice' The Duke of Venice. 'The Tragedy of Othello' The Duke of Venice. M
133 Venjamin Hebrew Son of the right hand. M
134 Ventidius Shakespearean Antony and Cleopatra'. Friend to Mark Antony. 'The Life of Timon of Athens' A flattering lord, and one of Timon's false friends. M
135 Verbnigge Dutch From the bridge. M
136 Verddun French From the green hill. M
137 Verdell French Green; flourishing. M
138 Verdell Latin Green; flourishing. M
139 Vere French Derived from a French place name. M
140 Verel French True. M
141 Verge Anglo-Saxon Owns four acres of land. M
142 Verges Shakespearean 'Much Ado About Nothing' A Headborough. M
143 Vergil Latin Flourishing. M
144 Vern English Surname related to Vernon 'alder tree grove.' Also used as abbreviations of Vernon or Lavern. M
145 Vern French Surname related to Vernon 'alder tree grove.' Also used as abbreviations of Vernon or Lavern. M
146 Vernay French From the alder grove. M
147 Verne English Surname related to Vernon 'alder tree grove.' Also used as abbreviations of Vernon or Lavern. M
148 Verne French Surname related to Vernon 'alder tree grove.' Also used as abbreviations of Vernon or Lavern. M
149 Verne Latin Youthful. M
150 Vernell French Green; flourishing. M
151 Vernell Latin Green; flourishing. M
152 Verner Swedish Friend protector. M
153 Verner Teutonic Protecting friend. M
154 Verney French From the alder grove. M
155 Vernon English Alder tree grove. Aristocratic surname brought to England at the time of the Norman conquest. M
156 Vernon French Alder tree grove. Aristocratic surname brought to England at the time of the Norman conquest. M
157 Vernon Latin Flourishing. M
158 Vernon Shakespearean 'King Henry IV, Part 1' Sir Richard Vernon. 'Henry VI, Part 1' Member of the White Rose or York faction. M
159 Vernus Latin Youthful. M
160 Verrall French True. M
161 Verrell French True. M
162 Verrill French True. M
163 Vertumnus Latin God of seasons. M
164 Veryl French True. M
165 Vestar Norse Son of Thorolf. M
166 Vestein Norse Son of Vegeir. M
167 Veto Spanish Intelligent. M
168 Viator Latin Traveler. M
169 Vibishana Indian Frightening. M
170 Vic French From the village. M
171 Vic Latin Diminutive of Victor: Conqueror. M
172 Vicente Portuguese Conquering. M
173 Vicente Spanish Conquering. M
174 Vick French From the village. M
175 Vick Latin Diminutive of Victor: Conqueror. M
176 Vicq French From the village. M
177 Victor Latin Conqueror. M
178 Victor Spanish Victor. M
179 Victoriano Spanish Conqueror. M
180 Victorien Latin Conqueror. M
181 Victorin Latin Conqueror. M
182 Victorino Spanish Conqueror. Note: This Database is Copyright 2000, Muse Creations Inc. M
183 Victorio Spanish Conqueror. M
184 Victoro Spanish Victor. M
185 Vidal English Life. Used as both surname and given name. See also Vito. M
186 Vidal French Life. Used as both surname and given name. See also Vito. M
187 Vidal Latin Life. M
188 Vidal Portuguese Life. Used as both surname and given name. See also Vito. M
189 Vidal Spanish Life. Used as both surname and given name. See also Vito. M
190 Vidar Norse Tree fighter. M
191 Videl English Life. Used as both surname and given name. See also Vito. M
192 Videl French Life. Used as both surname and given name. See also Vito. M
193 Videl Portuguese Life. Used as both surname and given name. See also Vito. M
194 Videl Spanish Life. Used as both surname and given name. See also Vito. M
195 Vidor Hungarian Hungarian form of Victor 'victorious'. M
196 Vidor Latin Conqueror. M
197 Vifil Norse Father of Thornbjorn. M
198 Vigrid Norse Battleground. M
199 Viho NativeAmerican Chief (Cheyenne). M
200 Vijay Hindi Victory. M