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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Vac Indian Well spoken. F
2 Vach Indian Well spoken. F

3 Vacuna Latin Victory. F
4 Vadit Hebrew Rose. F
5 Vaetild Norse Mother of the Skraeling children. F
6 Vaetilda Norse Mother of the Skraeling children. F
7 Vafara French Brave. F
8 Vairocana Hindi King of the demons. F
9 Val Latin Brave. F
10 Vala Welsh Chosen. F
11 Valari Latin Brave. F
12 Valarie Latin Brave. F
13 Valborga German Protecting ruler. F

14 Valda German Power; rule. F
15 Valda Norse Rules. F
16 Valda Teutonic Spirited in war. F
17 Valdis Norse Daughter of Thorbrand. F
18 Valdislava Slavic Glorious ruler. F
19 Valeda Latin Brave. F
20 Valen Latin Variant of Valentina: strong. F
21 Valencia Latin Brave. F
22 Valene Latin Variant of Valentina: strong. F
23 Valentia Latin Brave. F
24 Valentina Italian Brave. F
25 Valentina Latin Brave; Strong. Feminine of Valentinus. F
26 Valentina Russian Brave. F
27 Valentina Spanish Brave. F
28 Valeraine French Brave. F
29 Valere French Brave. F
30 Valeria Italian 'Strong; valiant. F
31 Valeria Latin Brave. F
32 Valeria Shakespearean 'The Tragedy of Coriolanus.' Friend to Virgilia. F
33 Valerie English Strong; valiant. Feminine of the Roman family clan name Valerius. F
34 Valerie French Brave. F
35 Valerie Latin Strong; healthy. F
36 Valery Latin Brave. F
37 Valeska Russian Victorious leader. F
38 Valeska Slavic Glorious ruler. F
39 Valgerd Norse Ruling protection. F
40 Valkyrie Norse Frey's priestesses. F
41 Vallonia Latin From the vale. F
42 Valma Finnish Variant of Wilma or Wilhemina. F
43 Valonia Latin From the vale. F
44 Valora Latin Brave. F
45 Valorous Latin Brave. F
46 Valyn Latin Variant of Valentina: strong. F
47 Van Dutch Of. The Dutch equivalent of 'de' in French names. Some early immigrants to America who dropped this prefix from their surnames converted it to a given name. F
48 Vanda Czechoslovakian Variant of Wanda. F
49 Vanda German Variant of Wanda: Family; Wanderer. F
50 Vanda Polish Polish form of Wanda: wanders. F
51 Vande German Wanderer. F
52 Vanesa Spanish Variant of Vanessa. F
53 Vanessa Greek Butterfly. Also, from Phanessa, the mystic goddess of an ancient Greek brotherhood. F
54 Vanessa Latin Of Venus. Famous Bearers: British actress Vanessa Redgrave. Romance author Vanessa Grant. F
55 Vania Greek Diminutive of Vanessa: Butterfly. Also, from Phanessa, the mystic goddess of an ancient Greek brotherhood. F
56 Vania Hebrew God's gift. F
57 Vania Russian Gift of God. F
58 Vanmra Russian Stranger. F
59 Vanna Greek Diminutive of Vanessa: Butterfly. Also, from Phanessa, the mystic goddess of an ancient Greek brotherhood. F
60 Vanna Hebrew God's gift. F
61 Vanny Greek Diminutive of Vanessa: Butterfly. Also, from Phanessa, the mystic goddess of an ancient Greek brotherhood. F
62 Vanora Welsh White wave. F
63 Vanya Russian Gift of God. F
64 Var Norse Punishes adulterers. F
65 Vara Greek Stranger. F
66 Varaza Indian Boar. F
67 Varda Hebrew Rose. F
68 Vardit Hebrew Rose. F
69 Vared Hebrew Rose. F
70 Varina Slavic Foreigner. F
71 Varinka Russian Stranger. F
72 Varouna Hindi Infinite. F
73 Vartoughi Armenian Rose. F
74 Varunani Indian Goddess of wine. F
75 Varushka Russian Stranger. F
76 Varvara Greek Stranger. F
77 Varvara Slavic Foreigner. F
78 Varya Russian Stranger. F
79 Vashni Biblical The second, changed, a tooth. F
80 Vashti Biblical That drinks, thread F
81 Vashti Persian Beautiful; best. Deposed Queen of Persia in the Old Testament. F
82 Vasilissa Russian Royal. F
83 Vassillissa Russian Royal. F
84 Vasya Russian Royal. F
85 Vavara Greek Stranger. F
86 Vavay Latin Lively. F
87 Vayu Hindi Vital force. F
88 Veda Sanskrit Understanding. F
89 Vedas Hindi Eternal laws. F
90 Vedetta French From the guard tower. F
91 Vedetta Italian Guardian. F
92 Vedette French From the guard tower. F
93 Vedette Italian Guardian. F
94 Vedia Teutonic Holy spirit of the forest. F
95 Vedis Teutonic Holy spirit of the forest. F
96 Vega Arabic Falling. F
97 Vega Latin Star. F
98 Vega Swedish Star. F
99 Velaug Norse Wife of Bjorn Buna. F
100 Velda German Variant of Valda: Power; rule. F
101 Velda Teutonic Inspired intelligence. Variant of Veleda. F
102 Veleda Teutonic Inspired intelligence. Famous bearer: Veleda was a 1st century AD Germanic prophetess. F
103 Velika Russian Wonderful. F
104 Velika Slavic Great. F
105 Vellamo Finnish Protector. F
106 Velouette English Soft. F
107 Velvet English Soft. F
108 Vema Indian Goddess of sex. F
109 Vemita Latin Bom in the spring. F
110 Venessa Greek Butterfly. F
111 Venessa Latin Named for Venus. F
112 Venetia Celtic Blessed. F
113 Venetia Italian From Venice. F
114 Venilia Latin Of the sea and winds. F
115 Venita Latin Goddess of love and beauty. F
116 Ventura Spanish Good fortune. F
117 Venus Latin Goddess of love and beauty. F
118 Vera Latin True. F
119 Vera Russian Faith; true. F
120 Veradis Latin True. F
121 Veradisia Latin True. F
122 Verbane Latin Sacred limb. F
123 Verbena Latin Sacred limb. F
124 Verbenae Latin Sacred limb. F
125 Verbenia Latin Sacred limb. F
126 Verda Latin Unspoiled. F
127 Verdad Spanish Honest. F
128 Verena English Name given in honour of 3rd century Saint Verena. F
129 Verena German Protector. F
130 Verena Teutonic Defending friend. F
131 Verene German Protector. F
132 Verina German Protector. F
133 Verina Teutonic Defending friend. F
134 Verity English Truth. F
135 Verna Latin Bom in the spring. F
136 Verochka Russian True. F
137 Verona Italian From Verona (Italian City). F
138 Verona Latin Variant of Veronica: True image; honest image. F
139 Veronica Greek Honest image. Biblical - from the maiden who handed Christ her handkerchief on the way to Calvary. His likeness miraculously appeared on the handkerchief, thus she received her name. F
140 Veronica Latin True image; honest image. Biblical - from the maiden who handed Christ her handkerchief on the way to Calvary. His likeness miraculously appeared on the handkerchief, thus she received her name. F
141 Veronicha Greek Honest image. F
142 Veronika Greek Honest image. F
143 Veronika Latin Honest. F
144 Veronique French Honest. F
145 Vespera Latin Eveningstar. F
146 Vesperia Latin Eveningstar. F
147 Vespira Latin Eveningstar. F
148 Vesta Latin Goddess of the hearth. F
149 Veta Latin Life. F
150 Veta Spanish Intelligent. F
151 Vevila Irish Harmony. F
152 Vevina Irish Sweet lady. F
153 Vi English Diminutive of Viola: Violet. Viola was one of the heroine's in Shakespeare's play 'Twelfth Night'. F
154 Vibeke Danish Little woman. F
155 Vicenta Spanish Victor. F
156 Vicki Latin Diminutive of Victoria: Victory; triumphant. Famous Bearer: Queen Victoria (1819-1901). F
157 Vickie Latin Diminutive of Victoria: Victory; triumphant. Famous Bearer: Queen Victoria (1819-1901). F
158 Vicky Latin Diminutive of Victoria: Victory; triumphant. Famous Bearer: Queen Victoria (1819-1901). F
159 Victoria Latin Victory; triumphant. Famous Bearer: Queen Victoria (1819-1901). F
160 Victorina French Victory. F
161 Victorine French Victory. F
162 Victorine Latin Feminine form of Victor: Conqueror. F
163 Victriv Latin Triumphant. F
164 Victriva Latin Triumphant. F
165 Vicuska Hungarian Life. F
166 Vida Hebrew Dearly loved. F
167 Vida Scottish Diminutive of Davina: Beloved or friend. Feminine form of David.Feminine form of David: Beloved or friend, adopted from the Hebrew. F
168 Vidette Hebrew Dearly loved. F
169 Vidis Teutonic Holy spirit of the forest. F
170 Vidonia Portuguese Vine branch. F
171 Vigdis Norse Wife of Killer Hrapp. F
172 Vigilia Latin Alert. F
173 Vignetta French Little vine. F
174 Vignette French Little vine. F
175 Viheke German Little woman. F
176 Vijaya Hindi Victory. F
177 Vika Scottish From the creek. F
178 Vikki Latin Diminutive of Victoria: Victory; triumphant. Famous Bearer: Queen Victoria (1819-1901). F
179 Viktoria Hungarian Hungarian form of Victoria: victorious. F
180 Viktoria Latin Triumphant. F
181 Viktoria Swedish Swedish form of Victoria 'victory'. F
182 Vilhelmina Swedish Determined protector. F
183 Vilhelmina Teutonic Firm defender. F
184 Villetta French From the countly estate. F
185 Villette French From the countly estate. F
186 Vilma Russian Russian form of Wilma: determined protector. F
187 Vilma Swedish Determined protector. F
188 Vilma Teutonic Firm defender. F
189 Vina English Diminutive of any name ending in -vina. F
190 Vina Indian A stringed instrument. F
191 Vina Scottish Diminutive of Davina: Beloved or friend. Feminine form of David.Feminine form of David: Beloved or friend, adopted from the Hebrew. F
192 Vina Spanish From the vineyard. F
193 Vinata Indian Daughter of Daksha. F
194 Vincentia Latin Triumphant. F
195 Vineeta Indian Simple. F
196 Vinnie Latin Diminutive of Lavinia: In classical mythology, Lavinia was the daughter of King Latinus and the wife of Trojan hero Aeneas, who named the city Lavinium in her honour. F
197 Vinny Latin Diminutive of Lavinia: In classical mythology, Lavinia was the daughter of King Latinus and the wife of Trojan hero Aeneas, who named the city Lavinium in her honour. F
198 Viola English Violet. Viola was one of the heroine's in Shakespeare's play 'Twelfth Night'. F
199 Viola Latin Flower. F
200 Viola Shakespearean 'Twelfth Night', also called 'What You Will' Sister of Sebastian. F