Submitted Names Starting with V

gender
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Voicy f American (South)
The first Voicy we know about in my family comes from Arkansas, born in 1897.
Voight m American (Rare)
Transferred use from the originally German surname Voight.
Voislava f Moldovan (Rare)
Feminine form of Voislav.
Voiz m Uzbek
Means "preacher, exhorter" in Uzbek.
Voja m Serbian, Croatian
Short from of names containing the element voj, like Milivoj, Vojislav.
Vojciech m Belarusian
Belarusian form of Wojciech.
Vojib m Uzbek
Means "obligation, incumbent duty" in Uzbek.
Vojiba f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek vojib meaning "religious obligation or duty".
Vojimira f Slovene, Croatian
Feminine form of Vojimir.
Vojin m Serbian
Derived from the Slavic element voi or voin, meaning "soldier". Vojvoda (Duke) Vojin, also known as Vojin of Gacko was 14th century Serbian magnate and nobleman, founder of Vojinović noble family.
Vojka f Croatian, Serbian, Slovene
Feminine form of Vojko.
Vojkan m Serbian (Rare)
Derived from the Slavic element voi meaning "soldier". Also used as a short from of Vojislav.
Vojko m Croatian, Slovene
Derived from the Slavic element voi meaning "soldier".
Vojmír m Czech, Slovak
Variant form of Vojmir.
Vojmir m Croatian, Slovene
Derived from the Slavic elements voi "soldier" and mir meaning "peace" or "world"..
Vojmíra f Czech, Slovak
Feminine form of Vojmír.
Vojmira f Croatian, Slovene
Feminine form of Vojmir.
Vojnomir m Croatian, Slovene
Means "war and peace", derived from Slavic vojna "war" combined with Slavic mir "peace". Also compare the Polish name Wojmir.
Vojsava f Albanian
In Albania known as the name of the mother of Gjergj Kastrioti, called 'Skënderbeu', an Albanian national hero (15th century AD).... [more]
Vojta m Vilamovian
Vilamovian form of Wojciech.
Vojtěška f Czech
Czech form of Wojciecha.
Vök f Icelandic (Modern, Rare)
From the Icelandic word vök, referring to a hole or opening in the ice (a polynya) or a break or opening in clouds.
Vola f Russian
a derivative of the Russian Volodya. Means "possessor of peace."
Volana m & f Malagasy
Means "moon" in Malagasy.
Volbert m Dutch, German
Dutch and German form of Folcbert.
Volbmar m Sami
Sami form of Volmar.
Volburg m Medieval German
Derived from Old High German folk meaning "people, nation" and burg meaning "castle, city".
Volcia f Belarusian
Diminutive of Volha.
Volckert m West Frisian (Rare)
Late medieval form of Volkert. This name has survived to modern times, but it is extremely rare in the Netherlands, especially when compared to its modern form Volkert.... [more]
Voldemar m Estonian
Estonian form of Waldemar and Woldemar.
Voldemort m Literature, Popular Culture
From the French vol de mort, meaning "flight of death" or "flight from death". This name was created for the primary villain in the 'Harry Potter' series of books by J.K. Rowling.
Volen m Bulgarian
Derived from Bulgarian волен (volen) "free; independent".
Volena f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Volen.
Volesa f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of Volesus.
Volesus m Ancient Roman
Roman praenomen ("first name") which is either of Oscan or Sabine origin and is generally thought to be etymologically related to (or even derived from) either the Latin verb valere meaning "to be strong" (see Valerius) or the Latin verb volo meaning "to will, to want" as well as "to wish, to desire"... [more]
Voletta f American
Possibly a form of Violetta
Volf m Jewish
Variant spelling of Wolf. It is used by speakers of Yiddish as a translation of the Hebrew name Zeev with the same meaning.
Volfango m Italian
Italian form of Wolfgang.
Volfardo m Italian
Italian form of Wolfhart.
Volfgang m Croatian (Rare), Czech (Rare)
Croatian and Czech form of Wolfgang.
Volframo m Italian
Italian form of Wolfram.
Volger m Swedish
Variant of Wolfger or Volker.
Volia m Russian
Means "wish".
Volimir m Bulgarian, Croatian, Russian, Ukrainian
Means "peaceful will", derived from Proto-Slavic volja "will, volition" combined with Slavic mir "peace".
Volislav m Russian, Serbian
Means "glorious will", derived from Proto-Slavic volja "will, volition" combined with Slavic slav "glory".
Volkbert m German (Rare, Archaic)
A dithematic German name formed from the Germanic name elements folk "people" and beraht "bright".
Volkdag m Medieval German (Rare)
Derived from Old High German folk meaning "people, nation" and tag meaning "day".
Volkert m West Frisian, North Frisian
Variant spelling of Folkert.... [more]
Volkhard m German (Rare)
A dithematic name formed from the Germanic name elements fulc "folk, people" and hard "hard, brave".
Volkiva f Medieval English
Derived from Old English folc meaning "people, nation" and gifu meaning "gift".
Volkkăm m Chuvash
Meaning uncertain, though it could be derived from Russian волк (volk) meaning "wolf".
Volkmar m German, Dutch
Dutch and German form of Folkmar.
Volkmarus m Dutch (Rare)
Latinised form of Volkmar.
Volknand m Medieval German
The name is composed from the Germanic name elements folk "people" and nand "daring, brave".
Volkner m Popular Culture
Meaning unknown, possibly a variant of Volker influenced by Falkner (the name of a character in a previous Pokemon game)... [more]
Volkwin m Dutch
Variant of Folkwin.
Volla f Germanic Mythology
Southern Germanic form of Fulla. In Germanic mythology, Volla is the sister of the goddess Frija (as opposed to Fulla, who is Frigg's handmaid).
Volland m German (Archaic)
A simplified form of Volknand.
Volli m Estonian
Estonian short form of Voldemar.
Vollie m English
Either a diminutive of Valentine or a variant of the surname Volley. ... [more]
Volney m English (American, Rare)
From German meaning "people's spirit" where Vol- is derived from Volk, akin to the English cognate folk.
Volodia m French (Rare)
Variant of Volodya used in the Western world. It was borne by Chilean writer and activist Volodia Teitelboim (1916-2008).
Volodõmõr m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Ukrainian Володимир (see Volodymyr).
Vologases m Ancient Persian (Hellenized), History
Hellenized form of Walagash. This name was borne by six kings of Parthia.
Voloy m Mari
Mari form of Vladimir.
Volstagg m Popular Culture
Volstagg is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. He is a charter member of the Warriors Three, a trio of Asgardian adventurers and supporting cast of Thor.
Volsung m Norse Mythology
Norse Myth: Descendent of Odin.
Volswinde f Medieval German
Derived from Old High German folk "people, nation" and Gothic swinþs "strong".
Voltaire m Literature, Popular Culture
Pen name of François Marie Arouet. 1694-1778.... [more]
Voltairine f French
Feminine form of Voltaire. Voltairine de Cleyre (1866-1912) was an American anarchist and feminist writer.
Voltemand m Theatre
A character in 'Hamlet' by Shakespeare. Voltemand is sent together with Cornelius as an ambassador to the King of Norway.
Volter m Finnish, Swedish (Rare)
A variant of Wolter.... [more]
Voltumna m Etruscan Mythology
Voltumna, also known as Veltha, is a chthonic god of the Etruscans, later elevated to the status of supreme god. He is also the patron god of the federation of twelve Etruscan city states... [more]
Volumna f Roman Mythology
Goddess who grants the child the will to do good.
Volumnia f Ancient Roman, Literature
Feminine form of Volumnius. This name was used by Shakespeare in his tragedy Coriolanus, where it is the name of Coriolanus' mother. It is also used by Charles Dickens in his novel Bleak House, where it is the name of Sir Leicester Dedlock's cousin.
Volumnio m Italian, Spanish
Italian and Spanish form of Volumnius.
Volumnius m Ancient Roman
From a Roman nomen gentile which was derived from Latin volumen "roll, scroll". This was the name of a Roman politician from the 3rd century BC.
Volumnus m Roman Mythology
God who grants the child the will to do good. See also Volumna.
Voluptas f Roman Mythology
In Roman mythology, Voluptas was the beautiful daughter born from the union of Cupid and Psyche. She is known as the goddess of sensual pleasures whose Latin name means "pleasure" or "bliss".
Volusa f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of Volusus (see Volesus).
Volusia f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of Volusius. Notable bearers of this name include the Roman noblewomen Volusia Saturnina (1st century BC) and Volusia Cornelia (1st century AD), who each were the daughter of a Roman senator.
Volusian m Late Roman (Anglicized), History
English form of Volusianus. This is the name by which the Roman emperor Volusianus (3rd century AD) and the saint Volusianus of Tours (5th century AD) are generally known in the anglophone world.
Volusianus m Late Roman
Roman cognomen which was derived from the Roman nomen gentile Volusius. Notable bearers of this name include the Roman emperor Volusianus (died in 253 AD), the Roman consul Lucius Petronius Taurus Volusianus (died around 268 AD) and Volusianus of Tours, a bishop and saint from the late 5th century AD.
Volusius m Ancient Roman
Roman nomen gentile which was derived from Volusus, a variant of the Roman praenomen Volesus.... [more]
Volusus m Ancient Roman
Variant of Volesus. A notable bearer of this name was the Roman consul Marcus Valerius Volusus (died around 496 BC).
Von f Icelandic (Modern)
Derived from Old Norse vón "hope; expectation".
Von f Irish, English
Shortened form of Irish name Siobhan
Von m English (Rare)
Anglicized form of Vaughn.
Vona f English (Rare), Croatian (Rare, ?)
In Croatia, this name is allegedly a short form of Ivona.... [more]
Vónbjartur m Faroese
Masculine form of Vónbjørt.
Vónbjørt f Faroese
Faroese combination of vón "hope", "expectation" and bjartr "light, shining".
Vondra f Czech, Slovak, English (American, Rare)
Variant of Ondrea. From 1880 to 2018, the Social Security Administration has recorded 90 babies born with the first name Vondra in the United States.
Vondrea f African American (Modern, Rare)
Probably a blend of the popular name syllable Von (compare Lavonne) with the name Andrea.
Vonetta f English (American), African American
Feminization of Von 3. Usage of this name in the 1970s might have been from Vonetta McGee, a popular actress at the time.
Vonette f Norman
Norman truncated diminutive of Yvonne.
Voney f Icelandic
Icelandic combination of ván "hope, expectation, prospect" and ey "good fortune" or "island".
Vongai f Shona
Means "Be thankful". This name is both a call to be thankful and an expression of gratitude.
Vonice f African American (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the popular name elements Von- and -ice.
Vonifatiy m Russian
Variant form of Bonifatsiy, perhaps via Bonifatiy.
Vonka f Croatian
Diminutive of Ivona.
Vonna f English (Rare)
Presumably a variant of Vona.
Vonne f Dutch
Dutch short form of Yvonne.
Vonnetta f African American
A feminine form of Vonn.
Vonnie f English (Rare)
Probably a diminutive of Yvonne, Siobhan, Veronica, and other names containing the same sound.
Vóóhéhéve m Cheyenne
Means "morning star" in Cheyenne.
Vootele m Estonian
Historic name. Possibly popularized from a 13th-century warrior chieftain who was an associate of Lembitu, a king of Sakala County. Both were involved in the 1217 Battle of St. Matthew's Day fought near Viljandi.
Vophsi m Biblical
Vophsi of the house of Naphtali was the father of Nahbi, a scout sent to Canaan prior to the crossing of the Jordan River according to Numbers 13:14.
Vopisca f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of Vopiscus.
Vopiscus m Ancient Roman
Uncommon Roman praenomen of obscure origin. Gaius Plinius Secundus suggested that it was given to a child whose twin was stillborn, but this etymology is often rejected and widely contested.
Vopni m Icelandic
Icelandic variant of Vápni.
Voqif m Uzbek
Means "aware" in Uzbek.
Vór f Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse variant of Vár.
Vör f Norse Mythology
Meaning, possibly, "the careful one," or "aware, careful."
Voranuch f Thai
Alternate transcription of Woranuch.
Voranut f Thai
Alternate transcription of Woranuch.
Vordís f Icelandic
Icelandic form of Várdis.
Vorena f Greek, Albanian
The meaning of Vorena comes from the Greek word βορας that means north
Vorgell f Manx (Archaic)
Of debated origin and meaning. Theories include a Manx form of Borghild, a Manx form of Derbforgaill and an aspirated form of Morgell.
Voris m Uzbek
Means "heir" in Uzbek.
Vorlost m Literature
Name created by the German translator of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. As Tom Riddle's full name - Tom Marvolo Riddle - becomes "I am Lord Voldemort" when the letters are exchanged, this little detail had to be retained in the German translation of the books.... [more]
Vorm m Danish, Icelandic, Norwegian
Danish dialectal form of Ormr.
Voro m Catalan
Diminutive of Salvador in the Catalan spoken at the Valencian Country
Voron m Medieval Russian
Derived from either Russian ворон (voron) meaning "raven" or Russian ворона (vorona) meaning "crow" (as in, the bird).
Voršila f Czech
Variant of Uršula.
Vosdan m Armenian
Means "capital", "free city", "royal" in Armenian.
Vosegus m Celtic Mythology
The Gaulish god of the Vosges Forest in France.... [more]
Vosgedzin f Armenian
"creator of gold"
Vosgehad f Armenian
Means "goldmine" or "piece of gold" in Armenian.
Vosgeher f Armenian
Means "gold haired" in Armenian.
Vosgetel f Armenian
Means "gold wire, gold thread" in Armenian.
Võso m Estonian (Archaic)
Derived from Estonian võsa "bush, copse, thicket".
Vostanik m Armenian
From the Armenian word ոստանիկ (ostanik) meaning "courtier, noble".
Vote m Finnish
Diminutive of Voitto.
Votele m Estonian
Variant of Vootele.
Voudas m History (Hellenized)
Modern Greek form of Buddha.
Vouk m English
Transferred use of the surname Vouk.
Vouletti f English (American)
Meaning unknown, perhaps an invented name. It was first borne by Vouletti Theresa Singer (1840–1913), a daughter of the American inventor Isaac Singer. The name was passed to the forthcoming generations in her family... [more]
Vovan m Russian
Diminutive of Vladimir.
Vovochka m Russian
Diminutive of Vladimir.
Vovsanna f Armenian
Variant form of Ovsanna.
Vox m American (South, Rare, Archaic)
Transferred use of the surname Vox.
Vræistr m Ancient Scandinavian
Related to Old Norse ríða ("to twist, knit, wind").
Vram m Armenian
Variant of Vahram.
Vramshapuh m Armenian
Combination of the names Vram and Shapuh. Born by a 4th century king of Armenia
Vraptore f Albanian
From vraptor meaning "fast-running, swift" in Albanian.
Vrashta f Sanskrit
Name - Vrashta व्रष्टा... [more]
Vraťka f Czech
Diminutive of Vratislava.
Vratko m Slovak
Originally a diminutive of Vratislav, now used as a given name in its own right.
Vréginne f Jèrriais
Jèrriais form of Virginia.
Vrenchen f Literature
Dimnutive form of Verena.... [more]
Vreneli f German (Swiss), Dutch (Rare)
Swiss German diminutive of Verena, which has also been used as an official name in the Netherlands. Vreneli is also the informal name for a range of legal tender gold coins produced in Switzerland.... [more]
Vrezh m Armenian
From Old Armenian վրէժ (vrēž) meaning "revenge, vengeance".
Vrian m English (Rare), Welsh
Variant transcription of Urien or Urian, though in some cases it may be a rhyming variant of Brian.
Vriddhi f Indian (Rare, ?)
From Sanskrit वृद्धि (vṛddhi) meaning "happiness, prosperity" (literally "increase, growth").
Vrinda f Hinduism
"This name comes from the ancient Indian language Sanskrit. It is one of the names given to the Hindu goddess Radha, one of the god Vishnu's many lovers. The name is also used for the tulsi plant, a sacred plant in Hinduism, because it is said Radha's hair was wavy and luxurious, like the leaves on the plant."
Vrinda f Hungarian
Means "cluster of flowers" in hindi.
Vrindávani f Hungarian
Means "holy basil" in sanskrit.
Vrishali f Hinduism
the history goes back to the Mahabharata where it is the name of karna's wife.
Vrishi f Sanskrit, Indian, Hindi, Hinduism, Tamil
Name: Vrishi वृषी... [more]
Vrishti f Bengali
The name means “rain”.
Vrishtva f Indian, Sanskrit
Name - Vrishtva वृष्ट्वा ... [more]
Vrishtvi f Sanskrit
Name - Vrishtvi वृष्ट्वी... [more]
Vritra f Sanskrit
Means "enveloper" in Sanskrit. Vritra was a Vedic serpent or dragon in Hinduism, the personification of drought and adversary of Indra.
Vriya f Indian (Modern)
Vriya means Powerful,intellectual.
Vrold m Norwegian (Archaic)
Dialectal variant of Roald.
Vrolijk m Medieval Dutch, Medieval German
Derived from Old Dutch *frō, *frao "happy" and -līk "like", literally "happy-like".
Vromudis f Medieval Jewish (Latinized), Jewish (Latinized, Archaic)
Latinized form of Frommet. It was recorded in what is modern-day Germany in the 13th century.
Vroula f Greek
Diminutive of Stavroula.
Vroutos m Greek
Modern Greek form of Broutos.
Vrujime f Albanian
Means "spring, water source" in Albanian.
Vrulle f Albanian
Derived from the Albanian vrull meaning "burst of energy, fervor".
Vrullime f Albanian
Variant form of Vrulle.
Všeslav m Slovak
Masculine Slovakian name meaning "all celebrating" or "all glory", from the name elements vše meaning "all" and slavící meaning "celebrating". Alternatively, it could borrow from the common naming element slav meaning "glory"... [more]
Vštaspean m Ancient Armenian
Old Armenian form of Hystaspes.
m Vietnamese
Means "dance" or "to dance" in Vietnamese
Vucinna m Montenegrin (Archaic)
Recorded in Montenegro in the early 1600s.
Vucus m Montenegrin (Archaic)
Recorded in Montenegro in the early 1600s.
Vúi f Chinese (Hakka)
Hakka Chinese form of Hui.
Vui f Vietnamese
From Vietnamese vui meaning "amusing", with the implied meaning "joy".
Vuillaume m French (Archaic), French (Swiss, Archaic)
Variant of Guillaume found up until the 1700s in French-speaking Switzerland as well as in Lorraine and the Franche-Comté regions of France.
Vujadin m Serbian
One of the many Serbian names derived from the element vuk, meaning "wolf". ... [more]
Vukadin m Serbian
Derived from Serbian vuk "wolf".
Vukan m Serbian, Croatian (Rare)
Derived from South Slavic vuk "wolf".
Vukaši m Vlach
Vlach form of Vuk.
Vukica f Serbian
Feminine form of Vuk.
Vukmir m Serbian (Rare)
Derived from the elements vuk meaning"wolf" and mir meaning "peace".
Vukomir m Croatian, Serbian
The first element of this name is derived from Serbo-Croatian vuk "wolf", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic vьlkъ "wolf". The second element is derived from Slavic mir "peace"... [more]
Vukoslav m Croatian, Serbian
The first element of this name is derived from Serbo-Croatian vuk "wolf", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic vьlkъ "wolf". The second element is derived from Slavic slav "glory"... [more]
Vukota m Serbian (Rare)
One of the numerous masculine Serbian names derived from vuk, meaning "wolf".
Vuksan m Serbian
Diminutive or Vukoslav or elaborated form of Vuk.
Vulfetrude f Medieval French
Frankish feminine name derived from the Germanic elements wulf meaning "wolf" and thrud meaning "strength".
Vulfia f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Ulphia via the variant Wulfia.
Vulfrico m Italian
Italian form of Wulfric.
Vulga f Siberian, Khanty, Mansi
Khanty and Mansi form of Uliana.
Vulle m Sami
Sami form of Olle.
Vullnese f Albanian
From vullnesë, an archaic word meaning "will, desire".
Vullnet m Albanian
Means "will, will power, desire" in Albanian.
Vullnete f Albanian
From vullnet meaning "will, will power, desire" in Albanian.
Vullnetmir m Albanian
Means "goodwill" in Albanian.
Vùn m & f Chinese (Hakka)
Hakka Chinese form of Wén .
Vung f Vietnamese (Modern)
It means artistic or musical.
Vuohkku f Sami
Sami form of Vuokko.
Vuoitu m Sami
Sami form of Voitto.
Vuolát m Sami
Sami form of Ola.
Vuollá m Sami
Northern Sami form of Olav.
Vương m Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 王 (vương) meaning "king".
Vurban m Bulgarian
Derived from Bulgarian върба (vǎrba) "willow".
Vurbana f Bulgarian, Spanish (?)
Feminine form of Vurban.
Vurbinka f Bulgarian
Means "verbena" in Bulgarian.
Vürzümbaj m Mari
Derived from vürgeče meaning "Wednesday".
Vusha f Russian (Rare)
Short form of Olivushka, a diminutive of Olivia.
Vushchta f Khanty, Mansi
Khanty and Mansi form of Ustinya.
Vushemadzoro m Shona
The name comes from Shona tribes in which KingShip was prevalent. This name was usually given to the chosen next bearer of the throne. The name means the Kingship turnover, i.e. the practice of succeeding a leader... [more]
Vuslat f Ottoman Turkish
From Ottoman Turkish vuslat (taken from the Arabic language) - "reunion with the beloved".
Vusumuzi m Zulu
Means "builder of the home" in Zulu.
Vuthy m Khmer
Means "prosperity, abundance" in Khmer, ultimately from Sanskrit वृद्धि (vriddhi).
Vuyi f South African
Short form of Vuyiswa.
Vuyisile m Xhosa
Means "bringing joy to others" in Xhosa.
Vuyiswa f South African
vuyiswa is a Zulu word meaning "rejoice".
Vuyo m Xhosa
Means "joy" in Xhosa.
Vuyokazi f Xhosa
Female variant of Vuyo. The prefix "kazi" could be taken to show femininity or greatness in size. In the latter case, Vuyokaz would mean "great joy" instead of just the female version of Vuyo.
Vy f Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 薇 (vi) meaning "fern".
Vyaynya m Karelian
Short form of Vyaynyamyo.
Vyctorye m & f English (Puritan)
Puritan variant of Victory, in reference to Christ's victory over sin and death.
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.
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.
Vyga f German (East Prussian)
East Prussian German short form of Jadvyga.
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)... [more]
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)... [more]
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)... [more]
Vygirdė f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Vygirdas.
Vyjayanthimala f Indian (Rare), Tamil (Rare)
Derived from Sanskrit वैजयन्ती (vaijayantī) meaning "banner, flag" combined with माला (mālā) meaning "garland, wreath". A known bearer is Vyjayanthimala Bali (1936-), a Tamil Indian actress and dancer.