Looks so elegant. I've found that most mythology names for girls are much more beautiful and wearable than those for boys. Probably because of suffixes.
Beautiful name.
I think this name is good to say and it looks great on paper! The meaning is alright. If you name your child Vesta, she'll be the only one in class. This name will always remind me of a somewhat beautiful singer in 1890's England, most definitely because of Vesta Victoria.
Vesta Victoria (1873-1951) was an English singer who sang "Daddy Wouldn't Buy Me a Bow Wow" and "Waiting at the Church".
Vesta is the name of an NPC in the game series "Animal Crossing".
Vesta is the name of one of the main characters in Alex Marwood's crime novel "The Killer Next Door."
In the movie She-Devil, Roseanne Barr's character changes her name to Vesta Rose when she tries to destroy her husband's life.
Actually, in Czech language Vesta means "vest" or "waistcoat".
Vesta means "waist" in Czech.
I actually, do like Vesta! It means View. Or is that Vista?
It means sweater in Croatian. If your child ever comes in Croatia don't name him/her this.
On the TV show 'Sabrina the Teenage Witch' Vesta is said to be Aunt Hilda and Aunt Zelda's other sister. So that makes her Sabrina's other aunt.
I don't like Vesta, it looks and sounds strange to me. Vesta reminds me of the name Vester, one of my grandfather's cousin's name. Thus, to me, Vesta seems like a weird misspelling and mispronunciation of a not so great, but not so bad either, male name.
This is such a unique name. I recommend it.
On Sailor Moon, VesVes of the Amazon Quartet's name is derived from this.
Pronounced VES-tah. [noted -ed]
Vesta is derived from Hestia, the Greek Mother Goddess of home magic and the care of the family.
Vesta Tilley (1864 - 1952) was one of the highest paid vaudeville performers of her day. She was a world-renowed male impersonator, most famous for playing (with a satirical bent) the roles of somewhat foppish young men. During WWI, Vesta and her family helped considerably with the war effort, running a recruitment drive, selling war bonds, and performing in hospitals. Her husband was knighted for his services. Vesta Tilley was actually her stage name, Tilley as a nickname for Matilda, and Vesta from a brand of safety matches.
Vesta was derived from Hestia, the Greek name for a goddess who was essentially the same as the Roman Vesta. The Vestal Virgins were a religious sect in ancient Rome.

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