Submitted Names Starting with V

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Vespasianas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Vespasianus (see Vespasian).
Vespasianu m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Vespasianus (see Vespasian).
Vespasio m Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of Vespasius.
Vespasius m Ancient Roman
Original name from which Vespasianus (see Vespasian) was derived. A bearer of this name was Vespasius Polla, the maternal grandfather of the Roman Emperor Vespasian.
Vespazijan m Bosnian, Croatian
Bosnian and Croatian form of Vespasian.
Vesper m & f Roman Mythology, Popular Culture
Latin form of Hesperos with the same meaning, also used as common word. ... [more]
Vespérine f French (Quebec)
Presumably a feminized form of Vesper. It was used in 'Le Désespoir du singe' (2006-), a series of French-language graphic novels.
Vesperine f English (Anglicized)
Anglicized variant of Vespérine.
Vespertino m Asturian (Rare, Archaic)
Taken from the Spanish word vespertino, itself taken from Latin vespertinus "evening".
Vespina f Theatre, Literature
Meaning uncertain, it could be related to the Latin vesperum meaning "evening" or the Latin and Italian vespa meaning "wasp". Vespina is Queen Veremonda's maid in an Italian opera called "Veremonda, l'amazzone di Aragona" (with the English translation being "Veremonda, the Amazon of Aragon" also known as "Il Delio")... [more]
Vessa f English
Possibly a shortened form of Vanessa or a variant of Vesa 2.
Vessela f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Весела (see Vesela).
Vesselin m Bulgarian
Variant spelling of Veselin, but in some cases it is also a variant transcription of the name. Known bearers of this name include the Bulgarian pianist Vesselin Stanev (b... [more]
Vesselina f Bulgarian
Variant spelling of Veselina, but in some cases it is also a variant transcription of the name. A known bearer of this name is the Bulgarian opera singer Vesselina Kasarova (b... [more]
Vessie m & f English
Short form of Vesta, Vespa, Sylvester, and other names containing Ves-.
Vestana f American (Rare, Archaic)
Probably derived from the place of the same name in the Italian municipality Corniglio, which in turn may have derived its name from Vesta.
Vésteinn m Ancient Scandinavian, Icelandic
Combination of Old Norse "temple, sanctuary" and steinn "stone".
Vesteri m Finnish
Finnish variant of Vester.
Vestmar m Icelandic
Icelandic younger form of Vestmarr.
Vestmárr m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse variant of Vestmarr.
Vestmarr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse vestr "the west" and mærr "famous".
Vestmaðr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse vestr "west" and maðr "man".
Vestmaður m Icelandic (Archaic)
Icelandic modern form of Vestmaðr.
Vesto m English (American)
Maybe a masculine form to Vesta.
Vestri m Ancient Scandinavian
From Old Norse vestr meaning "west".
Vesulla m Chuvash
Chuvash form of the Arabic name Fayzullah.
Veszna f Hungarian
Hungarian borrowing of Vesna.
Veszta f Hungarian
Cognate of Vesta and Hestia, meaning "hearth, fireside".
Vet f Obscure
Short form of Helvetia.... [more]
Véta f Hungarian (Rare)
Short form of Lizavéta, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
Vetanie f Crimean Tatar
Derived from Crimean Tatar vatan meaning "fatherland, homeland", ultimately from Arabic وَطَن (waṭan) meaning "homeland, country, nation".
Vetea m Tahitian
Means "to be open" in Tahitian.
Vetëtimë f Albanian
From the Albanian vetëtim meaning "lightning".
Veðr m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse byname, from Old Norse veðr meaning "ram" or "weather".
Veðrfölnir m Norse Mythology
Possibly meaning "storm pale," "wind bleached" or "wind-witherer", veđrfölnir is a hawk that sits between the eyes of the unnamed eagle that is perched atop the world tree Yggdrasil.
Veto m English (American, Archaic)
Likely a variant of Vito.
Veton m Albanian
Derived from Albanian vetëtimë "(flash of) lightning; thunderbolt".
Vetone m & f Albanian
The name of an ancient warrior.
Vetr m Ancient Scandinavian
From Old Norse vetr meaning "winter".
Vėtra f Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun vėtra meaning "storm, tempest".
Vētra f Latvian (Rare)
Directly taken from Latvian vētra "storm, tempest, gale".
Vetrarrós f Icelandic (Modern, Rare)
Icelandic combination of vetr "winter" and rós "rose".
Vėtrūnas m Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun vėtra meaning "storm, tempest" combined with the (masculine) patronymic suffix -ūnas.
Vetti f Hungarian
Unknown meaning and origins.
Vetulia f Italian (Rare)
Variant form of Veturia.
Vetúria f Hungarian
Feminine form of Vetúriusz.
Veturia f Italian (Rare)
Italian feminine form of Veturius.
Veturián m Aragonese
Aragonese form of Victorianus.
Vetúriusz m Hungarian
Cognate of Veturius, meaning "old, ancient".
Veturliði m Faroese, Icelandic
Icelandic and Faroese modern form of Vetrliði.
Veula f American (Rare, Archaic)
Possibly a variant of Beulah.
Vevina f Literature
Anglicized form of Bébinn used by James Macpherson in his Ossian poems, which he claimed to have based on early Irish legends.
Veyatie f Scottish (Rare)
From the name of Loch Veyatie in north-west Scotland (see Veyatie). This name is very rare.
Veyda f English (American)
Variant of Vaida
Veysel m Turkish
The name is derived from Arabic Uwais al-Qarani, the name of the first Islamic mystic. His name is rendered in Turkish as Veysel Karani.
Vezia f Italian (Rare)
Of debated origin and meaning. Some scholars consider this name a short form of Elvezia, while other see a connection to the Ancient Roman masculine Vetius... [more]
Veziade f Gascon (Archaic), Medieval Occitan
Feminine form of Bézian via the variant Vezian.
Vezirkhan m Dagestani, Lezgin
Derived from the Arabic title وَزِير (wazīr) denoting a minister or adviser combined with the Turkic title khan meaning "ruler, leader".
Vezullime f Albanian
From the Albanian vezullimë meaning "flicker, flash, glitter" or "firefly".
Vezullonja f Albanian
Derived from the Albanian vezullonjë meaning "firefly".
Vezullonje f Albanian
Means "firefly" in Albanian.
Vezullore f Albanian
From an alternative Albanian word meaning "firefly".
Vhera f Filipino
A goddess of rice field.
Vhonani m & f Venda (Modern)
Vhonani meaning is "watch or look"... [more]
Vi f Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 小 (vi) meaning "small, pretty".
m Ancient Scandinavian
From Old Norse "sanctuary".
m & f Chinese (Hakka)
Hakka Chinese form of Wěi.
Via f & m Hungarian, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish, English (American, Modern)
This is used in Scandinavia and HUngaria as a short form of Olivia/Olívia, Sylvia/Szilvia, Viviána, and other names ending with the same sound (compare Vivi)... [more]
Viaan m Indian (Modern), Hindi (Modern)
Derived from Sanskrit vivaan विवान meaning "full of life" (See Vivaan). Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty and her husband Raj Kundra named their son Viaan.
Viačaslaŭ m Belarusian
Belarusian form of Vyacheslav.
Viačeslavas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Vyacheslav.
Viachaslava f Belarusian
Feminine form of Viachaslau.
Vialeta f Belarusian
Variant transcription of Vialetta.
Vialetta f Belarusian
Belarusian form of Violetta.
Vian f Kurdish
Of unknown meaning.... [more]
Viana f Medieval Catalan, American (South, Archaic)
Of unknown origin and meaning.
Viana f Occitan
Occitan form of Vianne.
Vianera f Belarusian
Belarusian form of Venera.
Vianiera f Belarusian
Belarusian form of Venus.
Vianney m & f French, Spanish (Latin American), American (Hispanic), Portuguese (Brazilian, Rare), Filipino (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Vianney, honouring French saint Jean-Marie Vianney (1786-1859). While it is considered (mostly) masculine in France, Belgium and African countries with French as an official language, usage in Latin America (excluding Brazil) and Hispanic communities in the United States is mainly feminine.
Viara f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Bulgarian Вяра (see Vyara).
Viateur m French
French form of Viator.
Viatore m Italian
Italian form of Viator.
Viatte f French (Archaic)
A local diminutive of an unidentified name found in the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region of France up until the 1700s.
Vibe f Danish
Variant of Wiebe or taken directly from Danish vibe meaning "northern lapwig" (a type of bird native to Europe).
Vibhishana m Indian, Hinduism
From विभीषण (vibhīṣaṇa), meaning "terrifying" in Sanskrit. Vibhishana, a rakshasa or humanoid being, is the brother of Ravana, the king of Lanka, and ally of Rama in the Ramayana.
Vibia f Late Roman
Feminine form of Vibius.
Vibiano m Italian
Italian form of Vibianus.
Vibio m Italian, Spanish
Italian and Spanish form of Vibius.
Vibor m Croatian
Possibly from Hungarian bíbor meaning "purple", or a short form of Velibor.
Vibs f Danish
Danish diminutive of Vibeke.
Vibse f Danish
Variant of Vibs.
Vica f Hungarian
Short form of Evica.
Vice m Croatian
Croatian short form of Vincent.
Vicen m Spanish
Diminutive of Vicente.
Vicena f Aragonese
Aragonese feminine form of Vincent.
Vicência f Portuguese
Feminine form of Vincent.
Vicencio m Spanish
Variant of Vicente.
Vicens m Catalan
Variant of Vicenç.
Viçenta f Medieval Portuguese
Medieval Portuguese feminine form of Vicente.
Vićentije m Serbian (Rare)
Serbian form of Vincent. Famous bearers include 16th century Serbian painter Vićentije "Vićenco" Vuković and writer and poet Vićentije Rakić (1750-1818), founder of the School of Theology.
Vicențiu m Romanian (Rare)
Variant of Vincențiu. Notable Romanian bearers of this name include the politician Vicențiu Găvănescu (retired from politics after 2000) and Vicențiu Bugariu (1908-1932), a publicist and historian.
Vicentó m Catalan
Diminutive of Vicent.
Vicenza f Galician (Rare), Sicilian
Galician feminine form of Vicenzo and Sicilian feminine form of Vicenzu.
Vicenzu m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Vincentius (see Vincent).
Vicesimus m Ancient Roman
Praenomen meaning "twentieth". An apocryphal name.
Vicha m Thai
Alternate transcription of Wicha.
Vichai m Thai
Alternate transcription of Wichai.
Vichan m Thai
Alternate transcription of Wichan.
Vichear m Khmer
Means "knowledge, science" in Khmer.
Vicheka f Khmer
Means "November" or "Scorpio" in Khmer.
Vichhay m Khmer
Cambodian
Vichilio m Aragonese
Aragonese form of Vigilius.
Vichitra f Thai
Alternate transcription of Wichitra.
Vicho m Spanish
Diminutive of Vicente.
Vichra f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Вихра (see Vihra).
Vicie f English (Rare)
This name was given to 31 baby girls in the year 1920
Vicinia f Italian (Rare)
Feminine form of Vicinio.
Vicinio m Italian
From the Latin Vicinius, meaning uncertain. Possibly a deformation of Vinicio.
Vick m & f English
Short form of Victor or Victoria.
Vickan f Swedish
Diminutive of Viktoria.
Vicke m & f Swedish
Swedish diminutive of Victor or Victoria.
Vickey f English
Variant of Vicky.
Vicko m Croatian
Diminutive form of Vincent, Vice or Viktor.
Vicktor m Swedish
Variant of Viktor.
Vico f Spanish (Rare)
From the Marian title Nuestra Señora de Vico "Our Lady of Vico", patron saint of Arnedo (La Rioja). The name derives from Latin vicus "neighborhood, settlement".
Vicra m & f Hinduism
Sanskrit work
Victoère f Norman
Norman form of Victoria.
Victòr m Gascon
Gascon form of Victor.
Victoraş m Romanian
Diminutive of Victor.
Victorène f Norman
Norman form of Victorina.
Victória f Portuguese
Portuguese form of Victoria.
Victoría f Icelandic
Icelandic form of Victoria.
Victorian m History (Ecclesiastical), Provençal
English and Provençal form of Victorianus. This name was borne by two obscure saints, from the 5th and 6th centuries AD.
Victorianna f English
Elaboration of Victoria.
Victoric m French
French form of Victoricus.
Victorico m Spanish
Spanish form of Victoricus.
Victoricus m Late Roman
Derived from Victor. This was the name of a saint from the 3rd century AD.
Victorien m French
French form of Victorianus.
Victorijn m Dutch (Archaic)
Archaic Dutch form of Victorinus (see Victorino).
Victorio m Interlingua
Interlingua form of English Victor or Victorius.
Victorious m & f English (Rare)
Either a variant of Victorius or else directly from the English word Victorious, "Of or pertaining to victory, or a victor; being a victor; bringing or causing a victory; conquering; winning; triumphant; as, a victorious general; victorious troops; a victorious day".
Victorique f & m French (Quebec, Rare, Archaic)
When borne by a female, this name is the French form of Victorica, which is the original feminine form of Victoricus. When borne by a male, this name is a variant spelling of Victoric.
Victorita f Spanish
Diminutive of Victoria.
Victory f & m English (Puritan)
Simply from the English word, which is ultimately from Latin victoria (itself from the past participle stem of vincere "to conquer", making it a (distant) relative of Vincent)... [more]
Victrix f Roman Mythology
Means "a female victor" in Latin (corresponding to masculine victor "conqueror"; see Victor). This was an epithet the Roman goddess Venus ("Venus the Victorious").
Victurnien m French (Rare, Archaic)
This name was borne by Pierre Victurnien Vergniaud (31 May 1753 – 31 October 1793), a lawyer and statesman, and a significant figure of the French Revolution.... [more]
Victurnienne f French (Rare, Archaic)
Extremely rare feminine form of Victurnien.
Vicy f English
Diminutive of Victoria.
Vida f English
The name Vida became fashionable around the mid-19th century, and is a diminutive of Davida.
Vida f Swedish (Modern), Norwegian, Danish (Rare)
Feminine form of Vide or short form Arvida, Alvida, or other names ending with -vida.
Vida f Spanish, Catalan (Rare), Occitan (Rare)
Means "life" in Spanish, Catalan and Occitan.
Vida f Serbian
Means ''to see or sight'', short form of Vidosava.
Vidak m Croatian (Rare), Serbian (Rare)
From the verb vidjeti meaning ''to see''.
Vidan m Serbian
Variant of Vid.
Vidan m Albanian
Means "male pigeon, male dove" in Albanian.
Vidana f Serbian (Rare)
Feminine form of Vidan.
Vidarna m Ancient Persian
Apparently means "the ripper", derived from the Old Persian verb darīdan "to rip up, to tear up".
Vidau m Gascon, Provençal
Gascon and Provençal form of Vitalis.
Videvutis m Lithuanian
(Modern) Lithuanian form of the Old Prussian given name Widewuto. Also see Vaidevutis and its variant Vaidivutis.
Vidhi f Gujarati (Archaic)
"Goddess of destiny; The way"... [more]
Vidia f English (Rare), Popular Culture
Short form of Invidia or a derivative of Davida or Vida. This is the name of a character in the Disney Fairies franchise.
Vidia f Indonesian
Indonesian form of Vidya.
Vidica f Slovene
Diminutive of Vida 2, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
Vidina f Spanish (Canarian)
Feminine form of Mídeno.
Vidisha f Indian
Vidisa or Vidisha in sanskrit refers to "Mesopotmia" "the fertile land between two rivers."... [more]
Vidka f Slovene
Diminutive of Vida 2, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
Vidkunn m Norwegian
Norwegian younger form of Víðkunnr.
Vido m Slovene, Montenegrin
Variant of Vid.
Vidoje m Serbian, Croatian
Elaboration of Vid.
Vidomir m Croatian, Serbian
The first element of this name is probably derived from Serbo-Croatian videti or vidjeti "to see, to sight, to look, to behold", which is derived from Proto-Slavic viděti "to see"... [more]
Vidor m Hungarian
Derived from Hungarian vidor "cheerful, jolly". This is a 19th-century coinage intended to Magyarize Hilár.
Vidosav m Serbian
Variant of Vidoslav.
Vidosava f Serbian
Feminine form of Vidosav.
Vidoslav m Bulgarian, Croatian, Serbian
The first element of this name is probably derived from Serbo-Croatian videti or vidjeti "to see, to sight, to look, to behold", which is derived from Proto-Slavic viděti "to see"... [more]
Vidra f Serbian (Rare)
The Slavic name for "otter", an animal traditionally associated with great agility and swiftness of movement.
Vidrik m Estonian
Estonian form of Friedrich.
Vidugavia m Literature, Ancient Germanic (Latinized)
Derived from Gothic Widugawja meaning "wood lord" (see Witiko). This is the name of a king of Rhovanion in Tolkien's Legendarium. He is the father of Vidumavi and the grandfather of Eldacar.
Vidul m Hinduism
Name: Vidul विदुल... [more]
Vidumavi f Literature
Latinized form of Gothic *Widumawi meaning "wood maiden", composed of the elements witu "wood" and mawi "girl". This name is mentioned in the appendices of J. R. R. Tolkien's 'The Lord of the Rings' as belonging to a princess of Rhovanion who marries King Valacar of Gondor and becomes the mother of Eldacar... [more]
Vidunn f Norwegian
Norwegian name with the combination of viðr "forest", "wood", "tree" and unnr "wave" or a combination of víðr "wide", "large", "extensive" and unnr "wave".
Vidup m Sanskrit
MEANING - "wise protector", skilled or learned ruler. Here विदु means intelligent, learned + प from word पा means ruler, protector. In ancient time it was the name of a king ... [more]
Viduraa f Indian
Means "clever lady" in Sanskrit.
Vidushe f Albanian
Derived from the Albanian vidush meaning "speckled, mottled".
Vidushkrit m Sanskrit
Name - Vidushkrit विदुष्कृत... [more]
Viduslav m Slavic
From Medieval Slavic vidu, meaning "sight, view" and slav, meaning "glory, fame".
Viekki f Finnish
Variant feminine form of Vieno.
Vielka f Spanish (Latin American)
Seemingly derived from Polish wielka, the feminine nominative/vocative singular form of the adjective wielki meaning "big, large; great, grand." It is most often used in Panama.
Viely f & m Khmer (Rare)
Means "something new" or also "a ray of sunlight" in Khmer.
Viena f Finnish
Variant of Vieno. Viena may also refer to the area of White Sea Karelia or White Karelia in the northwestern Russia, known as Vienan Karjala or Viena in Finnish and Karelian.
Vieniadzikt m Belarusian
Belarusian form of Benedict.
Viënna f Dutch
Dutch variant of Vienna.
Vienna f Dutch (Rare), English (Rare), Medieval Italian, Italian (Rare)
From the name of the city in Austria, derived from Roman Vindobona, from Celtic vindo “white” and bona “foundation, fort”. The “white” might be a reference to the river flowing through it... [more]
Viënne f Dutch
Short form of Viviënne.
Vieranika f Belarusian
Variant transcription of Veranika.
Viercia f Belarusian
Diminutive of both Viera and Vieranika.
Viere f Yakut
Yakut form of Vera.
Viergela f Haitian Creole
Means "The Virgin (Mary) is Here" in Haitian Creole
Vieročka f Slovak
Diminutive of Viera.
Vieroslava f Slovak
Derived from Slovak viera "faith" and the Slavic name element slava "glory".
Vieruška f Slovak
Diminutive form of Viera.
Viese f Popular Culture
One of two main viewpoint characters in the Japanese video game Atelier Iris 2, Viese Blanchimont.
Viestards m Latvian
The name originates from a Semigallian chieftain in the 13th century of the same name. As of August 8, 2013 there were 21 people in Latvia bearing this name.
Viesturs m Latvian
Derived from Latvian viesturis "hospitable".
Việt m & f Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 越 (việt) meaning "Vietnam, Vietnamese".
Viet m & f Vietnamese
Variant of Việt used outside of Vietnam.
Vietnam m American
From the name of the Asian country.
Vietta f American (Rare)
Possibly a short form of Violetta or Viviette, or somehow a relative of the Italian surname Vietti (which derives "from a plural pet form of the personal name Vio, a northern variant of Vito").
Viette f English (American, Rare)
Either a variant of Vietta or a transferred use of the surname Viette.
Víf f Ancient Scandinavian, Icelandic
From Old Norse víf meaning "wife, woman".
Vífi m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse pet form of combinations of the first name element "home, temple, sanctuary" and a last name element beginning with f-
Vífill m Ancient Scandinavian, Icelandic
Old Norse word vefa meaning "to weave".
Vífríðr f Ancient Scandinavian
Combination of Old Norse "home, temple, sanctuary" and fríðr "beautiful".
Vigan m Albanian
Derived from Albanian vigan "giant".
Vigberto m Italian Spanish
Italian and Spanish form of Wigbert.
Vígbiǫrn m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse víg "fight, battle" and biǫrn "bear".
Vigbjörn m Swedish (Rare)
Swedish modern form of Vighbiorn.
Vigdiärf m Old Swedish
Old Swedish variant of Vighdiärf.
Vígdiarfr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse víg "fight, battle" and djarfr "bold, daring".
Vígdögg f Icelandic (Rare)
Icelandic name with the combination of víg "fight, battle" and dǫgg "dew, wetness".
Vigen m Armenian
From an Old Armenian form of Vincentius (see Vincent). Alternately, it may be from Latin vigēre meaning "to be vigorous, to be energetic, to be active".
Vigfús m Icelandic, Faroese
Icelandic and Faroese younger form of Vígfúss.
Vígfúss m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse víg "fight, battle" and fúss "willing, eager".
Vigfúss m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse variant of Vígfúss.
Vigg m Swedish
Diminutive of Vigge and Viggo.
Vigge m Danish (Rare), Swedish (Rare)
Derived from the Old (West) Norse name Vígi, a short form of other masculine names containing the element víg "war, battle". (The name Vígi belonged to one of King Ólafr Tryggvasson's hounds.) As a Swedish name it is sometimes used as a diminutive of Viktor, and can also be inspired by the word vigg meaning "lightning".
Viggó m Icelandic
Icelandic form of Viggo.
Víggrímur m Faroese
Faroese combination of víg "fight", "battle" and grímr "person wearing a mask".
Viggu m Sami
Sami form of Viggo.
Víggunnur f Icelandic
Icelandic combination of víg "fight, battle" and gunnr "battle, fight".