Lithuanian Submitted Names

Lithuanian names are used in the country of Lithuania in northern Europe.
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TEISUTIS m Lithuanian
Diminutive of Teisius, since this name contains the masculine diminutive suffix -utis.... [more]
TĖJA f Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Thea.
TEKLĖ f Lithuanian
Lithuanian variant of Tecla.
TELESFORAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Telesphorus.
TEODORAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Teodor.
TEODORIKAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Theodoric.
TEOFILĖ f Lithuanian
Lithuanian cognate of Teofila.
TEOFILIS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Theophilos via its latinized form Theophilus.
TERESĖ f Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Theresa.
TETIJA f Bosnian, Croatian, Lithuanian
Bosnian, Croatian and Lithuanian form of Tethys.
TIBERIJUS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Tiberius.
TOLYS m Lithuanian
A diminutive form of several names beginning with the element "Tol-", including Tolmintas, Tolvydas, Tolvaišas. Relatively rare.... [more]
TOPAZAS m Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun topazas meaning "topaz" (as in, the gemstone).
TORAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Thor.
TORKVATAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Torquatus.
TROJDEN m Polish, Lithuanian
Name used historically in Poland, Lithuania and Ruthenia.
UGMILĖ f Lithuanian (Modern, Rare)
Possibly a variant form of Ugnilė.
ŪLA f Lithuanian
Derived from Ūla, which is the name of a river in Dzūkija National Park (located near the villages of Marcinkonys and Merkinė) in southern Lithuania. In turn, the river derives its name from the Baltic root aul-, which comes from Proto-Indo-European *aulo-s or *h₂eulos meaning "tube, pipe"... [more]
ULIJONA f Lithuanian (Archaic)
Lithuanian form of Uliana.
UNDINĖ f Lithuanian
This name can be the Lithuanian form of the latinate name Undine as well as be an independent, authentic Lithuanian name. In the case of the latter, the name is derived from the Lithuanian noun undinė meaning "mermaid", which in turn is derived from undeniu, a dialectal form of the Lithuanian noun vanduo meaning "water"... [more]
UOSIS m Lithuanian, Folklore, Popular Culture
Derived from the Lithuanian noun uosis meaning "ash tree". In Lithuanian folklore and popular culture, Uosis is the name of one of the three sons of the titular character of the folk tale Eglė žalčių karalienė, which translates to English as Eglė, the Queen of Serpents.
ŪPAS m Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun ūpas meaning "mood".
UPĖ f Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun upė meaning "river, stream".
UPĖJA f Lithuanian
An elaborated form of Upė
URBONAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Urbanus (see Urban).
URŠULĖ f Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Ursula. Its name day is October 21.
URTA f Dutch (Surinamese, Rare), German (Rare), Lithuanian (Rare)
Meaning uncertain. This name can be a short form of Dorothea (compare Urtė), but it can also be a more modern form of the ancient Scandinavian name Urðr.... [more]
VACLOVAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Václav.
VAIDA f Lithuanian
Possibly derived from Lithuanian vaidytis / vaidentis "to appear; to ghost; to haunt" or else a short form of Vaidota and Vaidotė.
VAIDARAS m Lithuanian (Rare)
The meaning of this name as a whole is uncertain, as both of its two elements are uncertain, due to there being several possibilities for their etymology.... [more]
VAIDAUGAS m Lithuanian
The meaning of the first element of this name is uncertain, as there are several possibilities for its etymology. First, it is important to know that the element is either vai-, vaid- or vait-... [more]
VAIDEVUTIS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the adjective vaidevis, which is a lithuanized form of the Old Prussian adjective videvis meaning "aware, informed" as well as "known". The second element consists of the Lithuanian masculine diminutive suffix -utis.... [more]
VAIDGINTAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the old Lithuanian verb vaidyti meaning "to visit, to appear", which is related to the modern Lithuanian verb vaidentis meaning "to haunt" as well as "to appear, to see"... [more]
VAIDGINTĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vaidgintas.
VAIDILAS m Lithuanian
Derived from the Lithuanian noun vaidila meaning "priest" (as in, a pagan one) as well as "bard". In turn, the word is ultimately derived from the old Lithuanian verb vaidyti meaning "to visit, to appear", which is related to the modern Lithuanian verb vaidentis meaning "to haunt" as well as "to appear, to see"... [more]
VAIDILĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vaidilas.
VAIDILUTĖ f Lithuanian
Diminutive of Vaidilė, since this name contains the feminine diminutive suffix -utė. However, it is important to note that vaidilutė is also a regular word in the Lithuanian language, with the meaning of "priestess" (as in, a pagan one)... [more]
VAIDIVUTIS m Lithuanian
Variant form of Vaidevutis.
VAIDMANTAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the old Lithuanian verb vaidyti meaning "to visit, to appear", which is related to the modern Lithuanian verb vaidentis meaning "to haunt" as well as "to appear, to see"... [more]
VAIDMINAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the old Lithuanian verb vaidyti meaning "to visit, to appear", which is related to the modern Lithuanian verb vaidentis meaning "to haunt" as well as "to appear, to see"... [more]
VAIDOTA f Lithuanian
Variant form of Vaidotė.
VAIDOTAS m Lithuanian
Derived from Vaidotis, which could be considered to be a diminutive of masculine names that start with Vaid- (such as Vaidaras and Vaidmantas) or end in -vaidas (such as Norvaidas), because it contains the masculine suffix -otis, which is sometimes listed as a diminutive suffix and other times as a derivative suffix... [more]
VAIDOTĖ f Lithuanian
This name could be considered to be a diminutive of feminine names that start with Vaid- (such as Vaidmantė and Vaidvilė) or end in -vaidė (such as Norvaidė), because it contains the feminine suffix -otė, which is sometimes listed as a diminutive suffix and other times as a derivative suffix... [more]
VAIDUTĖ f Lithuanian
Diminutive of feminine given names that start with Vaid- (such as Vaidmantė and Vaidvilė) or end in -vaidė (such as Norvaidė), since this name contains the feminine diminutive suffix -utė.
VAIDUTIS m Lithuanian
Diminutive of masculine given names that start with Vaid- (such as Vaidaras and Vaidmantas) or end in -vaidas (such as Norvaidas), since this name contains the masculine diminutive suffix -utis.
VAIDVILAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the old Lithuanian verb vaidyti meaning "to visit, to appear", which is related to the modern Lithuanian verb vaidentis meaning "to haunt" as well as "to appear, to see"... [more]
VAIDVILĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vaidvilas.
VAIGAILAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is either derived from the old Lithuanian verb vajoti meaning "to chase, to pursue" or from the old Lithuanian noun vajys meaning "messenger, courier". The second element is derived from old Lithuanian gailas, which usually means "strong, potent" but has also been found to mean "sharp, jagged" as well as "angry, fierce, violent" and "miserable, sorrowful, remorseful"... [more]
VAIGAILĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vaigailas.
VAIGAUDAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is either derived from the old Lithuanian verb vajoti meaning "to chase, to pursue" or from the old Lithuanian noun vajys meaning "messenger, courier". The second element is either derived from the Lithuanian verb gaudyti meaning "to take" as well as "to catch, to hunt" or from the Lithuanian adjective gaudus meaning "sonorous, resonant, ringing, loud, echoing".
VAIGAUDĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vaigaudas.
VAIGEDAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is either derived from the old Lithuanian verb vajoti meaning "to chase, to pursue" or from the old Lithuanian noun vajys meaning "messenger, courier". The second element is either derived from the old Lithuanian verb gedauti meaning "to ask" or from the (more) modern Lithuanian verb gedėti meaning "to mourn, to grieve" as well as "to miss" and "to long, to yearn, to pine (for)".
VAIGEDĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vaigedas.
VAIGINTAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is either derived from the old Lithuanian verb vajoti meaning "to chase, to pursue" or from the old Lithuanian noun vajys meaning "messenger, courier". The second element is derived from Lithuanian ginti meaning "to defend, to protect".
VAIGINTĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vaigintas.
VAIGIRDAS m Lithuanian (Rare)
The first element of this name is either derived from the old Lithuanian verb vajoti meaning "to chase, to pursue" or from the old Lithuanian noun vajys meaning "messenger, courier". The second element is derived from the Lithuanian noun girdas meaning "rumour", which is ultimately derived from the Lithuanian verb girdėti meaning "to hear"... [more]
VAIMINTAS m Lithuanian (Rare)
The first element of this name is either derived from the old Lithuanian verb vajoti meaning "to chase, to pursue" or from the old Lithuanian noun vajys meaning "messenger, courier". The second element is derived from the Lithuanian noun mintis meaning "thought", which is related to the Lithuanian verb minti meaning "to remember, to recall".
VAINGEDAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the old Lithuanian noun vaina meaning "cause, reason" as well as "fault". The second element is either derived from the old Lithuanian verb gedauti meaning "to ask" or from the (more) modern Lithuanian verb gedėti meaning "to mourn, to grieve" as well as "to miss" and "to long, to yearn, to pine (for)".
VAINGEDĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vaingedas.
VAINORAS m Lithuanian
The meaning of the first element of this name is uncertain, as there are several possibilities for its etymology. First, it is important to know that the element is either vai- or vain-... [more]
VAINOTAS m Lithuanian
Derived from Vainotis, which could be considered to be a diminutive of masculine names that start with Vain- (such as Vaingedas and Vainoras) or end in -vainas (such as Žadvainas), because it contains the masculine suffix -otis, which is sometimes listed as a diminutive suffix and other times as a derivative suffix... [more]
VAINOTĖ f Lithuanian (Rare)
This name could be considered to be a diminutive of feminine names that start with Vain- (such as Vaingedė and Vainorė) or end in -vainė (such as Dovainė), because it contains the feminine suffix -otė, which is sometimes listed as a diminutive suffix and other times as a derivative suffix... [more]
VAINUTĖ f Lithuanian (Rare)
Diminutive of feminine given names that start with Vain- (such as Vaingedė and Vainorė) or end in -vainė (such as Dovainė), since this name contains the feminine diminutive suffix -utė.
VAINUTIS m Lithuanian
Diminutive of masculine given names that start with Vain- (such as Vaingedas and Vainoras) or end in -vainas (such as Žadvainas), since this name contains the masculine diminutive suffix -utis.
VAIŠGIRDAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is either derived from the Lithuanian verb vaišinti meaning "to entertain, to treat" or from the related Lithuanian noun vaišės meaning "feast, party, celebration" as well as "entertainment"... [more]
VAIŠMANTAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is either derived from the Lithuanian verb vaišinti meaning "to entertain, to treat" or from the related Lithuanian noun vaišės meaning "feast, party, celebration" as well as "entertainment"... [more]
VAIŠNORAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is either derived from the Lithuanian verb vaišinti meaning "to entertain, to treat" or from the related Lithuanian noun vaišės meaning "feast, party, celebration" as well as "entertainment"... [more]
VAIŠTAUTAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is either derived from the Lithuanian verb vaišinti meaning "to entertain, to treat" or from the related Lithuanian noun vaišės meaning "feast, party, celebration" as well as "entertainment"... [more]
VAIŠVILAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is either derived from the Lithuanian verb vaišinti meaning "to entertain, to treat" or from the related Lithuanian noun vaišės meaning "feast, party, celebration" as well as "entertainment"... [more]
VAIŠVILĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vaišvilas. Also compare Vaišviltė.
VAIŠVILTAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is either derived from the Lithuanian verb vaišinti meaning "to entertain, to treat" or from the related Lithuanian noun vaišės meaning "feast, party, celebration" as well as "entertainment"... [more]
VAIŠVILTĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vaišviltas. Also compare Vaišvilė.
VAIŠVYDAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is either derived from the Lithuanian verb vaišinti meaning "to entertain, to treat" or from the related Lithuanian noun vaišės meaning "feast, party, celebration" as well as "entertainment"... [more]
VAIŠVYDĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vaišvydas.
VAITAUTAS m Lithuanian
The meaning of the first element of this name is uncertain, as there are several possibilities for its etymology. First, it is important to know that the element is either vai-, vaid- or vait-... [more]
VAITNORAS m Lithuanian (Rare)
The first element of this name is derived from the old Lithuanian verb vaitenti meaning "to discuss" as well as "to decide, to judge" and "to solve, to resolve". The second element is derived from the Lithuanian noun noras meaning "wish, desire", which is ultimately derived from the Lithuanian verb norėti meaning "to wish, to want, to desire".
VAITVILAS m Lithuanian (Rare)
The first element of this name is derived from the old Lithuanian verb vaitenti meaning "to discuss" as well as "to decide, to judge" and "to solve, to resolve". The second element is derived from Baltic vil meaning "hope" (see Viltautas).
VAIVORYKŠTĖ f Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun vaivorykštė meaning "rainbow".
VAIVYDAS m Lithuanian (Rare)
The meaning of the first element of this name is uncertain, as there are three possibilities for its etymology. The first possibility is that it is derived from the old Lithuanian noun vaiva meaning "light" (also see Vaiva)... [more]
VAKARĖ f Baltic Mythology, Lithuanian (Rare)
Epithet of the goddess Vakarinė. The name itself is derived from Lithuanian vakaras "evening; night".
VAKARIS m Lithuanian
Derived from either the Lithuanian adjective vakaris meaning "westerly" or the Lithuanian adjective vakarinis meaning "evening", which is ultimately derived from the Lithuanian noun vakaras meaning "evening"... [more]
VALĖ f Lithuanian
Lithuanian diminutive of the given name Valerija or Valentina.
VALENTINAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Valentinus (see Valentine(1)).
VALERIJONA f Lithuanian (Rare)
Lithuanian feminine form of Valerijonas and cognate of Valeriana.
VALERIJONAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Valerianus (see Valerian).
VALERIJUS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Valerius.
VALTERIS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Walter.
VANDENĖ f Lithuanian
Derived from the Lithuanian noun vandenė meaning "mermaid", which is derived from the Lithuanian adjective vandens meaning "aqueous, aquatic", itself ultimately derived from the Lithuanian noun vanduo meaning "water"... [more]
VASARA f Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun vasara meaning "summer".
VASARĖ f Lithuanian
Variant form of Vasara as well as the feminine form of Vasaris.
VASARIS m Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun vasaris meaning "February" (as in, the month). There are also several cases where this name is the masculine form of Vasara.
VASILIJUS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Vasilios.
VĖJA f Lithuanian
From the Lithuanian word vėjas meaning, "wind."
VĖJAS m Lithuanian
Derived from the Lithuanian noun vėjas meaning "wind".
VĖJŪNĖ f Lithuanian
A variation of Vėja
VENACIJUS m Lithuanian
Variant form of Venancijus, which is the Lithuanian form of Venantius.
VENANCIJUS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Venantius.
VENTA f Lithuanian (Modern, Rare), Latvian (Rare)
Transferred use of the name of the river Venta which flows through north-western Lithuania and western Latvia.
VESPASIANAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Vespasianus (see Vespasian).
VĖTRA f Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun vėtra meaning "storm, tempest".
VĖTRŪNAS m Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun vėtra meaning "storm, tempest" combined with the (masculine) patronymic suffix -ūnas.
VIAČESLAVAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Vyacheslav.
VIDEVUTIS m Lithuanian
(Modern) Lithuanian form of the Old Prussian given name Widewuto. Also see Vaidevutis and its variant Vaidivutis.
VIGILIJUS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Vigilius.
VIJOLĖ f Lithuanian
This name can be the Lithuanian form of Viola as well as be an independent, authentic Lithuanian name. In the case of the latter, the name is derived from Vijolė, the name of a river in the Lithuanian county of Šiauliai... [more]
VIKTORINA f Hungarian, Lithuanian
Hungarian and Lithuanian form of Victorina.
VILAS m Lithuanian
Short form of masculine names that start with Vil- (such as Vildaugas and Vilhelmas) or end in -vilas, such as Akvilas and Tautvilas.
VILDARAS m Lithuanian
Basically means "hoping to work", derived from Baltic vil meaning "hope" (see Viltautas) combined with Lithuanian daryti meaning "to do, to act" as well as "to work". In other words: this given name is basically the same as Darvilas, but with the name elements in different places.
VILDAUGAS m Lithuanian
Means "much hope", derived from Baltic vil meaning "hope" (see Viltautas) combined with Lithuanian daug meaning "much" (see Daumantas).
VILĖ f Lithuanian
Short form of feminine names that start with Vil- (such as Vilgailė and Vilmantė) or end in -vilė, such as Akvilė and Norvilė.
VILFREDAS m Lithuanian (Rare)
Lithuanian form of Wilfred.
VILGAILAS m Lithuanian
Means "strong hope", derived from Baltic vil meaning "hope" (see Viltautas) combined with old Lithuanian gailas, which usually means "strong, potent" but has also been found to mean "sharp, jagged" as well as "angry, fierce, violent" and "miserable, sorrowful, remorseful"... [more]
VILGAILĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vilgailas.
VILGAUDAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from Baltic vil meaning "hope" (see Viltautas). The second element is either derived from the Lithuanian verb gaudyti meaning "to take" as well as "to catch, to hunt" or from the Lithuanian adjective gaudus meaning "sonorous, resonant, ringing, loud, echoing".
VILGAUDĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vilgaudas.
VILGINTAS m Lithuanian
Basically means "to defend hopefully", derived from Baltic vil meaning "hope" (see Viltautas) combined with Lithuanian ginti meaning "to defend, to protect".
VILGINTĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vilgintas.
VILGIRDAS m Lithuanian
Basically has the (more or less) figurative meaning of "to hear hopefully", derived from Baltic vil meaning "hope" (see Viltautas) combined with the Lithuanian noun girdas meaning "rumour", which is ultimately derived from the Lithuanian verb girdėti meaning "to hear"... [more]
VILGIRDĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vilgirdas.
VILIJA f Lithuanian (Modern)
From the name of the river which flows in Lithuania through it's capital city Vilnius. Official river name is Neris, but it has a second name - Vilija. The reasons for the dual naming of the river as Neris by the Lithuanians and Viliya (formerly Velja, meaning "big, great" in Slavic) by the Slavs are complex... [more]
VILIUS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian version of William.
VILKAS m Lithuanian, Finnish
Vilkas is part of the Lithuanian language which means "wolf". This name is most famously used in the video game "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" where one of the characters is named "Vilkas'.... [more]
VILNĖ f Lithuanian
The name may either come directly from the Lithuanian word vilna meaning "wool" or vilnis "to surge." The name may also be used in reference to the Vilnia river as well as the name of the city, Vilnius which both share the same etymological root with vilnis.
VILNIUS m Lithuanian
From Lithuanian city of Vilnius
VILTAS m Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun viltis meaning "hope", which is ultimately derived from Baltic vil meaning "hope".... [more]
VINCĖ f Lithuanian
Short form of Vincentė. In other words, you could say that this name is the feminine equivalent of Vincas.
VINCENTA f Lithuanian, Croatian
Lithuanian and Croatian feminine form of Vincent.
VINCENTĖ f Lithuanian (Rare)
Feminine form of Vincentas. Also compare Vincė.
VINFRIDAS m Lithuanian (Rare)
Lithuanian form of Winfried.
VIRGA f Lithuanian
Short form of feminine names that start with Virg-, such as Virgailė, Virgauda and Virginija.
VIRGAILAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the Lithuanian verb vyrauti meaning "to prevail, to (pre)dominate", which is etymologically related to the Lithuanian noun vyras meaning "man"... [more]
VIRGAILĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Virgailas.
VIRGAS m Lithuanian
Short form of masculine names that start with Virg-, such as Virgailas, Virgaudas and Virgilijus.
VIRGAUDAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the Lithuanian verb vyrauti meaning "to prevail, to (pre)dominate", which is etymologically related to the Lithuanian noun vyras meaning "man"... [more]
VIRGAUDĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Virgaudas.
VIRGINIJA f Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Virginia.
VIRGINTAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the Lithuanian verb vyrauti meaning "to prevail, to (pre)dominate", which is etymologically related to the Lithuanian noun vyras meaning "man"... [more]
VIRGIRDAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the Lithuanian verb vyrauti meaning "to prevail, to (pre)dominate", which is etymologically related to the Lithuanian noun vyras meaning "man"... [more]
VIRMANTAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the Lithuanian verb vyrauti meaning "to prevail, to (pre)dominate", which is etymologically related to the Lithuanian noun vyras meaning "man"... [more]
VIRMANTĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Virmantas.
VIRMINAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the Lithuanian verb vyrauti meaning "to prevail, to (pre)dominate", which is etymologically related to the Lithuanian noun vyras meaning "man"... [more]
VIRVALDAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the Lithuanian verb vyrauti meaning "to prevail, to (pre)dominate", which is etymologically related to the Lithuanian noun vyras meaning "man"... [more]
VISALGAS m Lithuanian
Basically means "a full salary" or "full of wages", derived from Baltic vis meaning "all" (see Visvaldas) combined with Lithuanian alga meaning "salary, wage, pay" as well as "reward".
VISALGĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Visalgas.
VISGAILAS m Lithuanian
Basically means "entirely strong", derived from Baltic vis meaning "all" (see Visvaldas) combined with old Lithuanian gailas, which usually means "strong, potent" but has also been found to mean "sharp, jagged" as well as "angry, fierce, violent" and "miserable, sorrowful, remorseful"... [more]
VISGAILĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Visgailas.
VISGAUDAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from Baltic vis meaning "all" (see Visvaldas). The second element is either derived from the Lithuanian verb gaudyti meaning "to take" as well as "to catch, to hunt" or from the Lithuanian adjective gaudus meaning "sonorous, resonant, ringing, loud, echoing".
VISGAUDĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Visgaudas.
VISGEDAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from Baltic vis meaning "all" (see Visvaldas). The second element is either derived from the old Lithuanian verb gedauti meaning "to ask" or from the (more) modern Lithuanian verb gedėti meaning "to mourn, to grieve" as well as "to miss" and "to long, to yearn, to pine (for)".
VISGEDĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Visgedas.
VISGINTAS m Lithuanian
Means "to defend all", derived from Baltic vis meaning "all" (see Visvaldas) combined with Lithuanian ginti meaning "to defend, to protect".
VISGINTĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Visgintas.
VISGIRDAS m Lithuanian
Basically has the (more or less) figurative meaning of "he who hears all", derived from Baltic vis meaning "all" (see Visvaldas) combined with the Lithuanian noun girdas meaning "rumour", which is ultimately derived from the Lithuanian verb girdėti meaning "to hear"... [more]
VISGIRDĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Visgirdas.
VISKINTĖ f Lithuanian
Lithuanian feminine name meaning "all-enduring".
VISMANTAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from Baltic vis meaning "all" (see Visvaldas). The second element is either derived from Lithuanian mantus meaning "intelligent" (see Daumantas) or from Lithuanian manta meaning "property, estate" as well as "wealth, riches, fortune".
VISMANTĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vismantas.
VISMINAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from Baltic vis meaning "all" (see Visvaldas). The second element is derived from the Lithuanian verb minėti meaning "to celebrate" as well as "to remember, to commemorate".
VISMINĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Visminas.
VISVAINAS m Lithuanian
Derived from Baltic vis meaning "all" (see Visvaldas) combined with the old Lithuanian noun vaina meaning "cause, reason" as well as "fault".
VISVAINĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Visvainas.
VISVILAS m Lithuanian
Means "all hope", derived from Baltic vis meaning "all" (see Visvaldas) combined with Baltic vil meaning "hope" (see Viltautas).
VISVILĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Visvilas.
VISVYDAS m Lithuanian
Means "to see all", derived from Baltic vis meaning "all" (see Visvaldas) combined with Baltic vyd meaning "to see" (see Vytautas). Also compare other names that end in -vydas, such as Alvydas and Tautvydas.
VISVYDĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Visvydas.
VITALIUS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Vitaliy.
VLADISLOVAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Vladislav.
VYDGAILAS m Lithuanian
Basically means "to see (is) strength" or "the strength to see", derived from Baltic vyd meaning "to see" (see Vytautas) combined with old Lithuanian gailas, which usually means "strong, potent" but has also been found to mean "sharp, jagged" as well as "angry, fierce, violent" and "miserable, sorrowful, remorseful"... [more]
VYDGAILĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vydgailas.
VYDMANTAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from Baltic vyd meaning "to see" (see Vytautas). The second element is either derived from Lithuanian mantus meaning "intelligent" (see Daumantas) or from Lithuanian manta meaning "property, estate" as well as "wealth, riches, fortune".... [more]
VYDMANTĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vydmantas.
VYDMINAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from Baltic vyd meaning "to see" (see Vytautas). The second element is derived from the Lithuanian verb minėti meaning "to celebrate" as well as "to remember, to commemorate".
VYDMINĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vydminas.
VYDOTAS m Lithuanian
Derived from Vydotis, which could be considered to be a diminutive of masculine names that start with Vyd- (such as Vydgailas and Vydmantas) or end in -vydas (such as Tautvydas), because it contains the masculine suffix -otis, which is sometimes listed as a diminutive suffix and other times as a derivative suffix... [more]
VYDOTĖ f Lithuanian
This name could be considered to be a diminutive of feminine names that start with Vyd- (such as Vydgailė and Vydmantė) or end in -vydė (such as Žadvydė), because it contains the feminine suffix -otė, which is sometimes listed as a diminutive suffix and other times as a derivative suffix... [more]
VYDUTĖ f Lithuanian
Diminutive of feminine given names that start with Vyd- (such as Vydgailė and Vydmantė) or end in -vydė (such as Žadvydė), since this name contains the feminine diminutive suffix -utė.
VYDUTIS m Lithuanian
Diminutive of masculine given names that start with Vyd- (such as Vydgailas and Vydmantas) or end in -vydas (such as Tautvydas), since this name contains the masculine diminutive suffix -utis.
VYGAILAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is either derived from Baltic vyd meaning "to see" (which would then make this name a variant of Vydgailas) or from Baltic vyti meaning "to chase, to drive away" (see Vytautas)... [more]
VYGAILĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vygailas.
VYGANDAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Wigand. Some sources also list the name as being a variant spelling of Vygantas.
VYGANTĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vygantas.
VYGAUDAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is either derived from Baltic vyd meaning "to see" or from Baltic vyti meaning "to chase, to drive away" (see Vytautas). The second element is either derived from the Lithuanian verb gaudyti meaning "to take" as well as "to catch, to hunt" or from the Lithuanian adjective gaudus meaning "sonorous, resonant, ringing, loud, echoing".
VYGAUDĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vygaudas.
VYGINTAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is either derived from Baltic vyd meaning "to see" or from Baltic vyti meaning "to chase, to drive away" (see Vytautas). The second element is derived from Lithuanian ginti meaning "to defend, to protect".
VYGINTĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vygintas.
VYGIRDAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is either derived from Baltic vyd meaning "to see" or from Baltic vyti meaning "to chase, to drive away" (see Vytautas). The second element is derived from the Lithuanian noun girdas meaning "rumour", which is ultimately derived from the Lithuanian verb girdėti meaning "to hear"... [more]
VYGIRDĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vygirdas.
VYLIAUDAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is either derived from Baltic vyd meaning "to see" or from Baltic vyti meaning "to chase, to drive away" (see Vytautas). The second element is derived from the Lithuanian noun liaudis meaning "people, folk", which is etymologically related to the Germanic element leud meaning "people" (see Leopold and Leutwin).
VYLIAUDĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vyliaudas.
VYLIAUTAS m Lithuanian (Rare)
The first element of this name is either derived from Baltic vyd meaning "to see" or from Baltic vyti meaning "to chase, to drive away" (see Vytautas). The second element is derived from the Lithuanian verb liautis meaning "to stop, to cease".... [more]
VYTAS m Lithuanian
Possibly shorter version of Vytautas
VYTĖ f Lithuanian
Lithuanian feminine name meaning "all-seeing".
VYTO m Lithuanian
Diminutive of Vytautas.
ZACHIEJUS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Zacchaeus.
ŽADGAILAS m Lithuanian
Derived from the Lithuanian verb žadėti meaning "to promise" combined with old Lithuanian gailas, which usually means "strong, potent" but has also been found to mean "sharp, jagged" as well as "angry, fierce, violent" and "miserable, sorrowful, remorseful"... [more]
ŽADGAILĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Žadgailas.
ŽADMANTAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the Lithuanian verb žadėti meaning "to promise". The second element is either derived from Lithuanian mantus meaning "intelligent" (see Daumantas) or from Lithuanian manta meaning "property, estate" as well as "wealth, riches, fortune".
ŽADMANTĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Žadmantas.
ŽADMINAS m Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian verb žadėti meaning "to promise" combined with the Lithuanian verb minėti meaning "to celebrate" as well as "to remember, to commemorate".
ŽADVAINAS m Lithuanian
Derived from the Lithuanian verb žadėti meaning "to promise" combined with the old Lithuanian noun vaina meaning "cause, reason" as well as "fault".
ŽADVAINĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Žadvainas.
ŽADVILAS m Lithuanian
Derived from the Lithuanian verb žadėti meaning "to promise" combined with Baltic vil meaning "hope" (see Viltautas).
ŽADVILĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Žadvilas.
ŽADVYDAS m Lithuanian
Derived from the Lithuanian verb žadėti meaning "to promise" combined with Baltic vyd meaning "to see" (see Vytautas). Also compare other names that end in -vydas, such as Alvydas and Tautvydas.
ŽADVYDĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Žadvydas.
ŽAIBAS m Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun žaibas meaning "lightning".
ZAKARAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Zacharias.
ŽANA f Lithuanian (Modern)
Modern Lithuanian form of Jeanne.
ŽARA f Lithuanian
From Lithuanian žara meaning "glow."
ŽAVINTA f Lithuanian
The name comes directly from the Lithuanian word žavinti (admired).
ZBIGNEVAS m Lithuanian (Rare)
Lithuanian form of Zbigniew.
ZEFYRINAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Zephyrinus (see Zeferino).
ŽEMĖ f Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun Žemė meaning "Earth" (as in, the planet), which is ultimately derived from the Lithuanian noun žemė meaning "land, earth".
ŽEMUOGĖ f Lithuanian (Rare)
From the Lithuanian word for "strawberry."
ŽEMYNA f Lithuanian (Modern), Baltic Mythology
Lithuanian goddess of the earth.... [more]
ŽEMYNĖLĖ f Lithuanian
Elaborated form of Žemyna.
ZENONAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Zeno.
ŽIBA f Lithuanian
Short form of Žibuoklė and its diminutives, such as Žibutė.
ŽIBUOKLĖ f Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun žibuoklė meaning "liverleaf, liverwort" (as in, the flower). In turn, the flower may ultimately have derived its name from the Lithuanian verb žibėti meaning "to glint" as well as "to shine, to sparkle".
ŽIBUTĖ f Lithuanian
Diminutive of Žibuoklė, since this name contains the feminine diminutive suffix -utė.
ŽIEDĖ f Lithuanian
Derived from the Lithuanian noun žiedas meaning "blossom, flower" as well as "ring, collar".
ZIGMANTAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Sigmund. Also compare Žygimantas, which this name is often confused with.
ZIGMAS m Lithuanian
Short form of Zigmantas, which is the Lithuanian form of Sigmund.
ŽIGMONDAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Zsigmond, which is the Hungarian form of Sigmund. This name is not currently in use in Lithuania and most likely never has been: it is purely a lithuanized form of a foreign (in this case Hungarian) name, as in Lithuania foreign names tend to be lithuanized in order to make them easier to understand and pronounce to Lithuanian speakers.
ŽILVINAS m Lithuanian, Folklore, Popular Culture
Derived from either the old Lithuanian noun žilvis meaning "child, offspring" as well as "offshoot, sprout", or from old Lithuanian želvys meaning "unripe, immature, young". In Lithuanian folklore and popular culture, Žilvinas is the name of the husband of the titular character of the folk tale Eglė žalčių karalienė, which translates to English as Eglė, the Queen of Serpents.
ŽILVITIS m Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun žilvitis meaning "osier, (basket) willow", which is ultimately derived from the old Lithuanian noun žilvis meaning "child, offspring" as well as "offshoot, sprout".
ŽINTAUTAS m Lithuanian
Means "to know the people", derived from the Lithuanian verb žinoti meaning "to know" combined with Baltic tauta meaning "people, nation" (see Vytautas).
ŽINTAUTĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Žintautas.
ŽIVILĖ f Lithuanian (Modern)
Of uncertain origin and meaning. One theory derives this name from Lithuanian žygiuoti "to move; to march” and viltis "hope", while other scholars believe this name to be a much-mangled form of Zizili, the name of an obscure fertility goddess of whom nothing else is known... [more]
ZOFIJA f German (East Prussian), Slovene, Polish (Archaic), Lithuanian
East Prussian German variant of Sophia, Slovene variant of Sofija as well as an archaic Polish variant of Zofia.
ZOSĖ f Lithuanian
Lithuanian cognate of Zoe.
ŽOSTAUTAS m Lithuanian (Rare)
Means "to speak to the people", derived from the Lithuanian verb žosti meaning "to speak, to talk" as well as "to say, to tell" combined with Baltic tauta meaning "people, nation" (see Vytautas).
ŽYDRŪNĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Žydrūnas.
ŽYGIMANTAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the Lithuanian noun žygis meaning "march" as well as "hike, trip", which is ultimately derived from the Lithuanian verb žygiuoti meaning "to march, to parade" as well as "to hike"... [more]
ZYGMUNTAS m Lithuanian (Rare)
Lithuanian form of Zygmunt, which is the Polish form of Sigmund. Also compare Zigmantas and Žygimantas.... [more]