Submitted Names Starting with V

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VAAGE m Danish
Danish form of Våge.
VAAJ m Hinduism, Sanskrit, Indian, Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Nepali, Sinhalese, Punjabi, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Assamese
Meaning: strength, vigour, energy, spirit, speed (esp. of a horse ), a contest, race, conflict, battle, war, the prize of a race or ... [more]
VÄÄNA m Sami (Skolt)
Skolt Sami diminutive of Beʹnjam.
VAANE m Estonian
Estonian form of Vane.
VAAPI m Finnish
Finnish variant of Fabian.
VAARIKA f Estonian
From the Estonian word vaarikas (rapsberry). The designated name-day in Estonia is July 28th.
VAARISH m Hinduism
Name : Vaarish वारिश... [more]
VAAS m Dutch, Flemish
Short form of Servaas.
VAAʹSSEL m Sami (Skolt)
Skolt Sami form of Vasili.
VACHE m Armenian
Short form of Vachak.
VACHELL m & f English
Variant of Vachel.
VACHELLE f English
Feminine form of Vachel.
VAÇINKE m Chuvash
Chuvash masculine name inspired by diminutive forms of the Russian name Vasiliy.
VACLOVAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Václav.
VÁCSLAV m Medieval Czech
Medieval Czech form of Václav.
VAÇTIREK m Chuvash
Chuvash masculine name derived from Vaç, a name element inspired by diminutive forms of the Russian name Vasiliy and tirek meaning "aspen tree".
VADA f English, Popular Culture
Meaning unknown. Possibly a variant of Veda or Valda or short form of Nevada.... [more]
VADA m & f Yi
Means "high cliff" in Yi.
VADELMA f Finnish
Means "raspberry" in Finnish.
VADEN m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Vaden.
VADER m Dutch, Popular Culture
Means "father" in Dutch. This is the name of Darth Vader, the antagonist of the Star Wars trilogy by George Lucas.
VADIMŬ m Old East Slavic, Medieval Slavic
Old East Slavic form of Vadim; a diminutive of Vadimirŭ.
VADIN m Indian
"Known lecturer"... [more]
VADINHO m Portuguese
Diminutive of Osvaldo.
VADÓ m Catalan, Portuguese
Diminutive of Salvador and Osvaldo.
VADOMA f Romani
Feminine form of Vadim.
VADOMAR m Ancient Germanic, History
Derived from Gothic vadi "pledge, pact" combined with Old High German mâri "famous." Vadomar was the name of a 4th-century king of the Alamanni, a Germanic tribe.
VADONY m Hungarian
Derived from vadon meaning "wilderness".
VADOR m Catalan
Short form of Salvador.
VADULF m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Gothic vadi "pledge, pact" combined with Gothic vulfs "wolf."
VADUNY f Romanian (Rare), Slavic Mythology
Possibly means "to see; to know", if derived from the Proto-Slavic věděti, from the Proto-Indo-European wóyd 'to know', from weyd 'to see, to know'. The name itself appears to be a variation of the Russian word vedun'ia "witch, sorceress", the feminine form of vedun 'sorcerer'.
VADVIRÁG f Hungarian
Derived from vad meaning "wild, untamed" and virág meaning "flower".
VADZIM m Belarusian
Belarusian form of Vadim.
VADZIMIR m Belarusian
Belarusian form of Vadimir.
VAËA f French (Modern, Rare), Polynesian
Meaning unknown. Possibly a French variant of Vaea.
VAEA m & f Tongan, Samoan, Tahitian, Polynesian Mythology
Meaning unknown, though it likely means "king, prince, noble, chief" based on the fact that the meaning of Mapu 'a Vaea, natural blowholes in Houma on the island of Tongatapu in Tonga, is known to be 'Whistle of the Noble/Chief/King' in Tongan... [more]
VÆDHER m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Veðr.
VAELYN f American (Modern, Rare), Vanuatu (Rare)
A recently created name, formed using the popular name suffix lyn. (Compare Kaylyn, Braelyn, Shaelyn, Raelyn.)
VÆRINGR m Ancient Scandinavian
From Old Norse VæringR meaning "Varangian, Northern warrior who served as lifeguard to the emperors of Constantinople" The word derives from Old Norse várar meaning "solemn vow, oath" with an -ingr-ending (ingr-endings are quite common in Old Norse names... [more]
VÆTILDR f Ancient Scandinavian, Algonquin, Beothuk
Probably an Old Norse form of an unknown Algonquin or Beothuk name, though the second element coincides with Old Norse hildr "battle". (The Beothuk people, now extinct, were a Native American tribe who originally inhabited Newfoundland, Canada.) This was the name of an Aboriginal woman briefly mentioned in the Viking saga 'Saga of Erik the Red'.
VƏFA f & m Azerbaijani
Derived from Arabic وَفَاء (wafāʾ) meaning "loyalty, faithfulness".
VAFA f & m Azerbaijani, Persian, Bashkir
Variant transcription of Vəfa.
VAFODOR f Uzbek
Means "faithful, loyal" in Uzbek.
VAFÞRÚÐNIR m Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology
Means "the mightily entangling one". This is the name of a wise giant in Norse mythology.
VAGAB m Lezgin, Kumyk, Chechen
Lezgin, Kumyk, and Chechen form of Wahab.
VÅGE m Swedish
Modern Swedish form of Vagn.
VAGELIS m Greek
Diminutive of Evangelos.
VAGHARSHAK m Armenian
Extended form of Vagharsh.
VAGHN m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Vagn.
VAGIF m Azerbaijani
There are several theories on the meaning of this name. It may be derived from Arabic واقِف (wāqif) meaning "stopping, standing" in turn from وَقَفَ (waqafa) meaning "to stop, to pause"... [more]
VAGINA f American (Archaic)
Likely a variant of Vaginia, which seems to have been a variant of Virginia
VAGINIA f American (Archaic)
Likely a phonetic variant of Virginia, reflecting the pronunciation in certain dialects.
VAGITANUS m Roman Mythology
A god who opened the newborn's mouth for its first cry. The name is related to the Latin noun vagitus, "crying, squalling, wailing," particularly by a baby or an animal, and the verb vagio, vagire.
VAGN m Danish, Swedish, Norwegian (Rare), Icelandic (Rare), Faroese, Old Danish, Old Swedish
Old Norse byname meaning "carriage, wagon".
VAGNA f Faroese, Icelandic
Feminine form of Vagn.
VAGNBJÖRG f Icelandic (Rare)
Icelandic variant of Vagnborg.
VAGNE m Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Vagn.
VÁGNER m Portuguese (Brazilian)
Brazilian Portuguese variant spelling of Vagner. Known Brazilian bearers of this name include the soccer player Vágner Love (b. 1984) and Vágner Benazzi (b. 1954) and Vágner Mancini (b. 1966), who are both former soccer players that now work as managers of soccer teams.
VAGNER m Danish (Rare), Portuguese (Brazilian)
Derived from the German surname of Wagner, which is an occupational surname that means "wagonmaker, wainwright". Also compare Vagn, Vagnar and Vagnur.... [more]
VAGNI m Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Vagne.
VAGNUR m Faroese
Faroese form of Vagn.
VAHAG m Armenian
Short form of Vahagn.
VAHAKN m Armenian
Variant of Vahagn.
VAHAP m Turkish
Turkish form of Wahab.
VAHARIEL m Jewish Legend
A name for an angel in Jewish tradition which means 'Chosen of God', from the word 'bachar (בָּחַר)' meaning 'to choose, chosen.'
VAHARSOLT m Chechen
Meaning unknown; possibly from Nakh vakha meaning “to live” (see Vakha) combined with Arabic سُلْطَان (sulṭān) meaning “sultan, ruler, king”.
VAHEEK m Persian
said his name was vaheek, son of the 1st general to the shaw. he arrived in the early 80s during the shaws Iranian exodus..
VAHIDE f Ubykh
Ubykh form of Wahida.
VAHRAM m Armenian
Armenian form of Bahram.
VAHTO m Estonian
Estonian masculine name meaning "foam", from the word vaht.
VAHUO m & f Yi
Means "raised in the mountains" in Yi.
VAHUR m Estonian, Literature
Derived from the Estonian 'vahva' meaning "brave." The name was coined by Estonian author Edward Börnhohe for a character in his 1880 novel Tasuja.
VAI f Romani (Caló)
Caló form of Eve.
VAIA f Greek
From the Egyptian word referring to the palm branch.... [more]
VAIANA f Tahitian
Means "rock water" in Tahitian, a shortened form of Vai ana o te mato teitei meaning "water from the cave of the high rock".
VAIANU f Tahitian
Contracted form of the Tahitian phrase Vai anu o te rua mato meaning "fresh water from the rock hole".
VAIATA f Tahitian
Means "water of the clouds", in other words, rain; a combination of Tahitian vai meaning "water" and ata meaning "cloud".
VAIATEA f Tahitian
Means "distant waters"; a combination of Tahitian vai meaning "water" and atea meaning "distance".
VAIBHAV m Hinduism, Indian, Marathi
Derived from Sanskrit वैभव (vaibhava) meaning "glory, might, power". In Hindu belief, this is one of the names of Vishnu and a manifestation of the goddess Lakshmi.
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]
VAIDEHI f Indian
Sanskrit... [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.
VAIDHARBHI f Hinduism
From Hindu culture meaning Goddess Saraswthy
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]
VAIKE f Estonian
Means "tranquil, peaceful" in Estonian.
VAILA f Scottish
Named after a small island off the Shetland Islands, Scotland. It is a traditional Shetlandic girl's name.
VAILET f Swedish (Rare), Norwegian (Archaic)
Swedish phonetic spelling of Violet reflecting the English pronunciation.
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.
VÄINO m Estonian
Estonian form of Väinö.
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.
VAIOS m Greek
From the Egyptian word referring to the palm branch.... [more]
VAIRA f Latvian
Of debated origin and meaning. While the derivation from Latvian vairot "to add; to increase; to enhance" is commonly accepted, a derivation from Latvian vairīties "to avoid, to shirk" has been suggested.
VAIRË f Literature
Means "weaver" in Quenya. This was the name of one of the Valar in Tolkien's 'The Simarillion'. Vairë was the wife of Mandos and the weaver of all the stories of the world.
VAIREA f Tahitian
Means "sparkling water" in Tahitian.
VAIRI f Scottish
Variant of Mhairi.
VAIRIS m Latvian
Masculine form of Vaira.
VAIRONIS m Latvian
Possibly a variant of Vairis.
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]
VAISHALI f Indian
Transferred use of the surname Vaishali.
VAISHNAVAN m Tamil
Masculine form of Vaishnavi. Also compare Vaishnav.
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.
VAIT m Crimean Tatar, Chechen
Crimean Tatar and Chechen form of Wahid.
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]
VAITE f Tahitian
Derived from Tahitian vāite meaning "soul, spirit".
VAITEA m Tahitian
Means "clear water"; a combination of Tahitian vai meaning "water" and tea meaning "white, clear".
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".
VAITO m Finnish (Rare)
Means "silent one", from Finnish vaiti meaning "silently".
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).
VAIVORA f Baltic Mythology
The Lithuanian goddess of the planet Mercury, one of the daughters of the sun goddess Saulė.... [more]
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]
VAJA m Georgian
Variant transcription of Vazha.
VAJAD m Indian (Rare)
From Sanskrit वाज (vāja) meaning "strength, vigour, spirit".
VAJADA f Indian, Sanskrit, Hindi, Hinduism, Nepali, Sinhalese, Bengali
Name : Vajada ( वाजदा )... [more]
VAJEZATHA m Biblical Hebrew
Meaning uncertain, probably of Persian origin. It has been claimed to mean "sprinkling the chamber". This was the name of a son of Haman in the Book of Esther in the Old Testament.
VAJK m Hungarian (Rare, Archaic), Ancient Magyar
Name of a Hungarian king. Meaning unknown.
VAKA f Icelandic
Feminine form of Vakur.
VAKARĖ f Baltic Mythology, Lithuanian (Rare)
Epithet of the goddess Vakarinė. The name itself is derived from Lithuanian vakaras "evening; night".
VAKARINĖ f Baltic Mythology
Derived from Lithuanian vakarinis, meaning both "evening" and "west".... [more]
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]
VAKCHOS m Greek
Modern Greek form of Bacchus.
VAKHID m Chechen
Chechen form of Wahid.
VAKHIT m Bashkir, Tatar
Bashkir and Tatar form of Wahid.
VAKHO m Georgian
Diminutive of Vakhtang.
VAKR m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse vakr ''wakeful, watchful, alert, valiant, brave, fast''.
VAKUR m Icelandic
Icelandic younger form of Vakr.
VALA f Icelandic, Swedish (Rare), Danish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare)
Short form of names containing the Old Norse name element valr- "the slain (in Valhalla)" as well as a direct adoption of Swedish vala (or völva) "fortune teller; prophet" (ultimately from Old Norse vǫlva).
VALACAR m Literature
Means "Vala helm" in Quenya; Vala referring to the Valar. This is the name of the twentieth king of Gondor in Tolkien's legendarium and the husband of Vidumavi.
VALAIDA f African American (Rare)
A known bearer is jazz musician Valaida Snow.
VALAMIR m Ancient Germanic, History
Variant spelling of Valamar. But with this spelling it is also possible that the second element is derived from Slavic mir "peace." Valamir was the name of a 5th-century king of the Ostrogoths.
VALANCINA f Belarusian
Belarusian form of Valentina.
VALANCY f English (Rare), Literature
Possibly related to Valencia.... [more]
VALANICE f Popular Culture
Variant of the name Balanice, which appears in the French fairy tale Rosanella. Valanice is the name of a character in the King's Quest series of computer games. She is Queen of Daventry, the wife of King Graham, and the mother of Rosella and Alexander.
VALANTÍN m Aragonese
Aragonese form of Valentine.
VALANTINA f Aragonese
Aragonese form of Valentina.
VALANTINE f Picard
Picard form of Valentine.
VALANTIS m Greek
Short form of Chrysovalantis. A known bearer of this name is the Greek soccer player Chrysovalantis "Valantis" Kozoronis (b. 1992).
VALASCA f History, Medieval Slavic (?)
A famous bearer of this name is Valasca, a warrior Queen of Bohemia.
VALATA f Livonian (Rare), Medieval Baltic (Rare)
Of extremely uncertain origin and meaning. One group of modern-day academics link this name to Estonian vallatus "naughtiness; recklessness", while others adamantly doubt this derivation.
VALBJÖRK f Icelandic
Icelandic name with the combination of valr "the slain (in Valhalla)" and bjǫrk "birch tree".
VALBJÖRN m Icelandic
Icelandic younger form of Valbjǫrn.
VALBJØRN m Norwegian (Rare), Faroese
Norwegian and Faroese modern form of Valbjǫrn.
VALBJǪRN m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse valr "the slain" and bjǫrn "bear".
VALBJÖRT f Icelandic (Rare, Archaic)
Icelandic combination of valr "the slain" and bjartr "light", "shining".
VALBONA f Albanian
From Valbona (or Valbonë), the name of a river in Albania (compare Vjosa).
VÁLBOR f Sami
Sami form of Valborg.
VALBORG f Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish
Scandinavian form of Walburga.
VALČA f Czech
Diminutive of Valérie.
VALCHIRIA f Italian (Rare)
Italian cognate of Valkyrie. (Cf. Valquíria.)
VALDASYA f Mordvin
Means "light" in Erzya.
VALDE m Swedish
Short form of Valdemar.
VALDEKO m Estonian
Diminutive of Valdo.
VALDEMARO m Italian
Italian form of Waldemar.
VALDEMIRO m Portuguese (Brazilian)
Portuguese form of Waldemar. Also compare Valdomiro. A known bearer of this name is the Brazilian evangelical pastor Valdemiro Santiago (b. 1963).
VALDES m Spanish
Spanish
VALDET m Albanian
This is the name of Albanian professional footballer Valdet Rama.
VALDETE f Albanian
Derived from Albanian valë "wave" and deti "the sea; the ocean".
VALDIMAR m Icelandic, Faroese
Icelandic and Faroese form of Valdemar.
VALDINE f Swedish (Rare), Finnish (Rare), Norwegian (Archaic)
Diminutive of names containing the element vald- as well as a feminine form of masculine names containing the element vald-, first and foremost Valdemar.
VALDINEI m Portuguese (Brazilian, Anglicized, Rare)
Originally Waltdisney, a homenage to Walt Disney (Walter Elias Disney).
VALDINHO m Portuguese
Diminutive of Osvaldo.
VALDINIA f Finnish (Rare)
An old Karelian name, possibly a feminine form of Waldemar.
VALDIR m Portuguese (Brazilian)
Means "son of Valdemar" or "little Valdemar". The -ir indicates that it's a diminutive form.
VALDO m Estonian
Estonian form of Valto.
VALDO m Italian, Portuguese
Italian and Portuguese short form of masculine names that start with Vald- (such as Valdemaro and Valdemiro) or end in -valdo (such as Osvaldo). So, in other words, this name is the Italian and Portuguese form of Waldo.... [more]
VALDOMIRO m Portuguese (Brazilian)
Portuguese form of Waldomar. Also compare Valdemiro. Known bearers of this name include the Brazilian former soccer player Valdomiro Vaz Franco (b. 1946) and the Brazilian soccer player Valdomiro Duarte de Macedo (b... [more]
VALDONYA f Mordvin
Derived from Mordvin valdo meaning "light".
VALDRIN m Albanian
Albanian name, derived from the word valë, meaning "wave", and the river Drin.
VALDUR m Estonian
Estonian short form of Valdemar or other names containing vald.
VALE f & m Italian, Spanish
Diminutive of Valentino and Valentina.
VALĖ f Lithuanian
Lithuanian diminutive of the given name Valerija or Valentina.
VALEER m Dutch (Rare), Flemish (Rare)
Dutch form of Valerius. A known bearer of this name is Valeer Deschacht (b. 1925), a Belgian Catholic priest and director of social institutions.
VALEK m Popular Culture, Slavic (Rare), Croatian (Rare)
The name is a Slavic short form of Valentin or Valerian (or other names starting in Val-).
VALEKA f American
Feminine form of Valek.
VALEN m American (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Valen.
VALEN m & f Spanish
Diminutive of Valentino and Valentina.
VALENA f American (South, Rare)
Either a contracted form of Valentina or an invented name coined from the syllable Val- and the once-popular name suffix -ene.
VALENKA f Russian
Valenka is a Bond girl in the James Bond film 'Casino Royale'.
VALENT m French
French form of Valentius.
VALENTÍ m Catalan
Catalan form of Valentinus.
VALENTICA f English
English feminine form of Valente.
VALENTÎN m Jèrriais
Jèrriais form of Valentine.
VALENTINAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Valentinus (see Valentine(1)).
VALENTINI f Greek
Feminine form of Valentinos. A known bearer is Greek model Valentini Daskaloudi (1979-).
VALENTINIÀ m Catalan
Catalan form of Valentinian.
VALENTINIAAN m Dutch (Archaic)
Archaic Dutch form of Valentinian.
VALENTINIAN m Bulgarian, English, German, Russian, Ukrainian, History
Bulgarian, English, German, Russian and Ukrainian form of Valentinianus. This name was borne by a 4th-century Western Roman Emperor.
VALENTINIANO m Galician, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
Galician, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of Valentinian.
VALENTINIANOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized), Late Greek, Greek
Late Greek and modern Greek form of Oualentinianos, which is the ancient Greek form of Valentinianus.
VALENTINIEN m French
French form of Valentinian.
VALENTINIJAN m Croatian
Croatian form of Valentinian.
VALENTINITA f Spanish
Diminutive of Valentina.
VALENTINITO m Spanish
Diminutive of Valentino.
VALENTINOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized), Late Greek, Greek, Greek (Cypriot)
Late Greek and modern Greek form of Oualentinos, which is the ancient Greek form of Valentinus.
VALENTĪNS m Latvian
Latvian form of Valentine (1).
VALENTINU m Maltese
Maltese form of Valentine.
VALENTÍNUS m Icelandic
Icelandic form of Valentinus.
VALENTIUS m Late Roman
Extended form of Valens.
VALÉR m Hungarian, Slovak
Hungarian and Slovak form of Valerius.
VALERA f English (Rare)
Transferred surname in honour of Irish statesman Éamon de Valera, who was born in New York to a Spanish father and an Irish mother.
VALÊRE m Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Valeri.
VALERÍA f Icelandic
Icelandic form of Valeria.
VALERIÀ m Catalan
Catalan form of Valerianus (see Valerian).
VALERIAAN m Dutch (Archaic)
Archaic Dutch form of Valerian.
VALERIÁN m Czech (Rare), Slovak (Rare)
Czech and Slovak form of Valerian.
VALERIANE m Georgian
Georgian form of Valerianus (see Valerian). This is an older name and it is fairly rare in Georgia nowadays; the shorter form Valerian is more common there. A known bearer of this name is Valeriane Gaprindashvili (b... [more]
VALERIANO m Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of Valerian.
VALERIANOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized), Late Greek, Greek
Late Greek and modern Greek form of Oualerianos, which is the ancient Greek form of Valerianus.