Submitted Names Starting with V

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Vighbiorn m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Vígbiǫrn.
Vighdiärf m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Vígdiarfr.
Vighild f Norwegian
Norwegian name with the combination of vígr "in fighting condition, able to fight" and hildr "battle, fight".
Vighman m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Vígmaðr.
Vighmund m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Vígmundr.
Vighneshvari f Hinduism
Epithet of the Hindu goddess Vinayaki which means "mistress of obstacles".
Vighniut m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Vígniútr.
Vigil m Ladin
Ladin form of Vigilius.
Vigile m French
French form of Vigilius.
Vigili m Catalan
Catalan form of Vigilius.
Vigilia f Italian (Rare)
Feminine form of Vigilio.
Vigilij m Slovene (Rare)
Slovene form of Vigilius.
Vigilije m Croatian (Rare), Serbian (Rare)
Croatian and Serbian form of Vigilius.
Vigilijus m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Vigilius.
Vigilio m Italian
Italian form of Vigilius.
Vigilios m Greek
Greek form of Vigilius.
Vigiliu m Romanian
Romanian form of Vigilius.
Vigilius m Late Roman
Late Roman name from Latin "vigil" meaning (awake, alert, ready,). Once belonged to a pope and a 4th century saint.
Vigiliy m Russian
Russian form of Vigilius.
Vigita f Lithuanian (Rare), Scandinavian
Old Norse element víg meaning "war, battle".
Vígmarr m Ancient Scandinavian
Combination of Old Norse víg "fight, battle" and marr "famous".
Vígmaðr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name elements víg "fight, battle" and maðr "man".
Vigmund m Old Swedish, Norwegian
Old Swedish and Norwegian form of Vígmundr.
Vígmundr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse víg "fight, battle" and mund "protection".
Vígmundur m Icelandic
Icelandic younger form of Vígmundr.
Vignesh m Indian, Tamil
Tamil variant of Ganesha.
Vigneshwaran m Indian, Tamil, Malayalam
Possibly a combination of Vignesh and Tamil வர்ணம் (varṇam) or Malayalam വര്‍ണ്ണം (varṇṇaṁ) both meaning "colour", likely derived from Sanskrit वर्ण (varna) which has the same meaning... [more]
Vígnir m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Old Norse element víg "war".
Vignir m Icelandic
Icelandic younger form of Vígnir.
Vigniut m Old Swedish
Old Swedish variant of Vighniut.
Vígniútr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse víg "fight", "battle" and njóta "to use".
Vigo m Swedish (Rare), Danish (Rare), Croatian, Dutch (Modern), Galician
Croatian and Galician form and Swedish and Danish variant of Viggo as well as a Dutch borrowing of the Scandinavian name.
Vigor m Croatian, Serbian, Italian, French, Swedish
From Latin vigor meaning ''liveliness, activity, power, strength''.
Vígr m Ancient Scandinavian
From Old Norse vígr meaning "in fighting condition, able to fight".
Vígráðr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse víg "fight", "battle" and ráð "advise", "counsel", "decision".
Vígsterkr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse víg "fight, battle" and starkr "strong, healthy".
Vígþór m Icelandic
Icelandic name with the combination of víg "battle, fight" and þórr "thunder".
Vígþorn m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse víg "battle, fight" and þorn "thorn".
Vigtore m Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Victor.
Vígulfr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse víg "fight, battle" and ulfr "wolf".
Vigun f Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Vígundr.
Vígundr f Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name elements "home, temple, sanctuary" and gunnr "battle, fight".
Vigur m Icelandic
Icelandic younger form of Vígr.
Vigya f & m Sanskrit, Indian
The name Vigya is derived from Sanskrit word Vigy...Vigya means a versatile genius
Vihangi f Hindi (Archaic), Sinhalese (Rare)
Feminine equivalent of Vihanga.... [more]
Vihra f Bulgarian
Derived from Bulgarian вихър "gale; whirlwind".
Vihren m Bulgarian
Masculine form of Vihra.
Vihtor m Finnish
Finnish form of Victor.
Vihtӗr m Chuvash
Chuvash derivative of the Russian name 'Viktor'.
Viia f Estonian
Originally an old Estonian vernacular form of Sofia, now used as a given name in its own right.
Viia f Finnish
Variant of Via.
Viido m Estonian
Estonian form of Wido.
Viik m Finnish
Finnish short form of names containing the name element VIG "battle, fight" or a Finnish spelling of Viki.
Viiliarmi f Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Vîliarme.
Viiliimmi m Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Vîlîme.
Viima m & f Finnish (Modern, Rare)
From a Finnish word meaning "strong wind".
Viinu f Finnish
Finnish form of Vina.
Viise f Estonian
Short form of Loviise.
Viitari m Kven
Kven variant of Vidar.
Viive f Estonian
Variant of Viivi.
Viivia f Estonian (Archaic)
Estonian form of Vivia.
Viivika f Estonian
Either the Estonian form of Vivika or a diminutive of Viivi.
Viivvá f Sami
Sami form of Viva.
Vijalieta f Belarusian (Rare)
Belarusian - Łacinka transcription of Viyaleta.
Vijayalakshmi f Indian, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada
From Sanskrit विजय (vijaya) meaning "victory" combined with the name of the Hindu god Lakshmi.
Vijayalaxmi f Indian, Telugu
Alternate transcription of Vijayalakshmi.
Vijessna f German
Ijekavian form of Vesna. Borne by Vijessna Ferkic (b. 1987), a German actress of Croatian descent.
Viji m & f Indian
kerala, india
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]
Vijolīte f Latvian (Rare)
Both a variant of Violeta and a direct derivation from Latvian vijolīte "violet".
Vik m & f Dutch, German
Dutch and German short form of Viktor or Viktoria.
Vika f Ukrainian, Russian
Russian short form of Viktoriya.
Víkæll m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse short form of Víkætill.
Víkætill m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name elements "home", "temple", "sanctuary" and ketill "cauldron".
Vikas m Sanskrit, Indian
Means "expanding; progress; blooming; development" in Sanskrit.
Vikasini f Hindi
Means: Radiant, cheerful. hearty or ungrudging, promoting or inducing cheer , pleasant, bright, bright with joy, hope, etc emitting rays of light, shining, bright, Physics emitted or propagated by radiation, a point or object from which rays proceed, full of cheer , in good spirits, characterized by or expressive of good spirits or cheerfulness
Vikay m Mordvin
Mordvin form of Viktor.
Vikcia f Belarusian
Diminutive of both Viktaryna and Viktoryja.
Vikentiya f Russian
Russian form of Vincentia.
Vikentsi m Belarusian
Belarusian form of Vincent.
Vikentsiya f Belarusian
Feminine form of Vikentsi.
Vikenty m Russian
Variant transcription of Vikentiy. A bearer of this name was the Russian writer and medical doctor Vikenty Veresaev (1867-1945).
Vikesh m Hinduism, Indian
Sanskrit name meaning "the moon".
Vikhed m Indian, Sanskrit, Hindi, Tamil, Hinduism, Sinhalese
MEANING : free from weariness, alert, fresh, free from depression . Here वि means free from + खेद means weariness, sorrow or pain... [more]
Vikheda f Sanskrit
MEANING : free from weariness, alert, fresh, free from depression . Here वि means free from + खेद / खेदा means weariness, sorrow or pain... [more]
Vikhedin m Sanskrit
MEANING : unwearied, alert, fresh, . Here वि means free from + खेदिन् means weariness, sorrow or pain... [more]
Vikhedini f Hindi, Sanskrit, Indian, Hinduism
MEANING : unwearied, alert, fresh, free from depression . Here वि means free from + खेदिन् / खेदिनी means suffering from weariness... [more]
Vikhtӗr m Chuvash
Chuvash form of Viktor.
Vikhyat m Indian
It means known or popular in Sanskrit.
Viki f & m Croatian, English
Short form of Viktorija or Victoria.... [more]
Viki f Hungarian
Diminutive of Viktória, meaning "victory".
Vikiencij m Belarusian (Rare)
Belarusian form of Vincent.
Víkingur m Icelandic
Icelandic form of Víkingr.
Vikke m Finnish
Finnish variant form of Viik or a Finnish spelling of Vicke.
Vikko m Finnish
Variant of Vikke.
Vikolia f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Victoria.
Vīksna f Medieval Baltic
Directly taken from Latvian vīksna "elm tree". This name was recorded in medieval Latvia.
Vikta f Hungarian
Diminutive of Viktória, meaning "victory".
Viktaryna f Belarusian
Belarusian form of Victorina.
Viktooria f Estonian (Rare)
Variant of Viktoria. This is also the Estoninan name of a genus of water-lilies (known as Victoria in English).
Viktora f Croatian (Archaic)
Feminine form of Viktor.
Viktoría f Icelandic
Icelandic form of Victoria.
Viktorik m Croatian
Croatian form of Victoricus.
Viktorina f Hungarian, Lithuanian
Hungarian and Lithuanian form of Victorina.
Viktoryja f Belarusian
Belarusian form of Victoria.
Viktualia f Literature
Derived from Swedish viktualier meaning "victuals". This is one of the middle names of Pippi Långstrump (English: Pippi Longstocking), full name Pippilotta Viktualia Rullgardina Krusmynta Efraimsdotter Långstrump, a character invented by Swedish author Astrid Lindgren.
Viktuś m Belarusian
Diminutive form of Viktar.
Viktusia f Belarusian
Diminutive of Viktoryja.
Vikuša f Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of Vikusha. Also compare Vikuška.
Vikusha f Russian
Russian diminutive of Viktoriya. Also compare Vikushka and Vikusya.
Vikushka f Russian
Russian diminutive of Viktoriya. Also compare Annushka, Vikusha and Vikusya.
Vikuška f Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of Vikushka. Also compare Vikuša.
Vikusya f Russian
Russian diminutive of Viktoriya. Also compare Vikusha and Vikushka.
Vil m Soviet, Russian
Derived from the initials of the Russian politician and communist revolutionary Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (1870-1924), who founded the former Soviet state. This name was created by Communist parents who were eager to reject traditional names.... [more]
Vîla m Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Villads.
Vila f Serbian (Rare), Russian (Archaic)
Means "fairy" in Serbian.
Vilai f & m Thai, Lao
Thai alternate transcription of Wilai as well as the Lao cognate. In Thailand it is solely used as a feminine name while it is unisex (more commonly masculine) in Laos.
Vilaiphone f & m Lao
Alternate transcription of Vilayphone.
Vilairat f Thai
Alternate transcription of Wilairat.
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.
Vilasi m Sicilian
Variant of Bilasi.
Vilászini f Hungarian
Means "charming" in sanskrit.
Vilay m & f Lao
Alternate transcription of Vilai.
Vilayphone f & m Lao
From Lao ວິໄລ (vilay) meaning "splendid, beautiful" and ພອນ (phone) meaning "blessing".
Vilbergur m Icelandic, Faroese
Masculine form of Vilborg.
Vilberto m Italian (Rare)
Italian form of Wilbert.
Vilbmá f Sami
Sami form of Wilma.
Vilbogi m Icelandic
Icelandic combination of vil "will, desire" and bogi "bow".
Vilborg f Icelandic
Nordic form of Wilburg.
Vilček m Slovene
Diminutive form of Viljem.
Vilda f Swedish
Short form of Alvilda. It is also associated with the Swedish vocabulary word meaning "wild one(s)" (Danish and Norwegian vilde).
Vildan f & m Turkish, Bashkir, Bosnian
Derived from Arabic وِلْدَان‏ (wildān) meaning "children". It is also a Bashkir variant transcription of Uyildan, of the same origin.
Vildana f Bosnian
Feminine form of Vildan.
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"... [more]
Vildaugas m Lithuanian
Means "much hope", derived from Baltic vil meaning "hope" (see Viltautas) combined with Lithuanian daug meaning "much" (see Daumantas).
Vilde m Swedish (Modern)
From Swedish vild meaning "wild, untamed".
Vildina f American (Rare)
Possibly an elaboration of Vilda.
Vildís f Icelandic
Combination of the Old Norse elements vil(i) "will, desire" and dís "goddess; woman, lady; sister" or dis "wise woman, seeress; woman, virgin".
Vildred f Norwegian
Modern coinage taken from Vilhelm and the feminine ending -(f)rid.
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.
Vilémek m Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak diminutive of Vilem or Viliam.
Vilemína f Czech
Feminine form of Vilém.
Vilena f Russian
Feminine form of Vilen.
Vilena f Croatian
Variant of Vilina.
Vileni m Soviet, Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Vilen.
Vileza f Albanian
From the Albanian vilez meaning "grapevine".
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.
Vil'gel'm m Russian
Russian form of William.
Vilgerd f Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian younger form of Vilgerðr.
Vilgerð f Faroese
Faroese form of Vilgerðr.
Vilgerðr f Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse combination of vil 'will, desire' and garðr 'enclosure', 'protection'.
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.
Vilgot m Swedish
Combination of Old Norse name elements vil, vili meaning "will, desire" and probably góðr "good". Despite its Norse elements, this name is a relatively modern creation first used in the 19th century.
Vilhe m & f Finnish
Short form of Vilhelm.
Vilhealbma m Sami
Sami form of Wilhelm.
Vilhelma f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Wilhelma.
Vilhelmína f Icelandic, Slovak (Archaic)
Icelandic and Slovak form of Wilhelmina.
Vilhelmine f Danish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare)
Danish and Norwegian form of Wilhelmine.
Vili m Norse Mythology
Means "will" in Old Norse. Vili is the brother of Odin and in Norse mythology.
Vilia f Slavic
from franz lehar's opera "die lustige witwe" - Vilia is a mythical forest nymph
Vîliarme m Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of William.
Viliberta f Italian (Rare)
Italian feminine form of Willabert.
Vîligse m Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Felix.
Viliina f Finnish
Feminine for "Vili" or "Wilhelm".
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]
Vilija f Latvian
Feminine form of Vilis. In some cases it might also be an adoption of the Lithuanian name.
Vîlime m Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Wilhelm.
Vilímîna f Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Wilhelmina.
Vilimmiina f Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Vilímîna.
Vilina f Russian, Bulgarian, Croatian (Rare)
Derived from the Slavic element vila meaning "fairy".
Vilius m Lithuanian
Short form of names beginning with Vil- (of either Baltic or Germanic origin), like Viltautas or Vilhelmas.
Vilja f Hungarian
Variant form of Vilhelmina, meaning "will helmet".
Viljen m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian variant of Vilhelm.
Viljer m Estonian
Variant of Viljar 1.
Viljo m Estonian
Variant of Viljar 1.
Vilju m Estonian
Variant of Viljo.
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]
Vilkki m Finnish (Rare)
Finnish form of Wilke.
Villana f Medieval Italian
From Latin villana "villein, feudal tenant". (See also Villanus.)
Villanelle f American (Modern, Rare), Literature
This was used by English writer Jeanette Winterson in her novel 'The Passion' (1987). She may have taken it from the English word for a form of poetry, which is ultimately cognate with Villana.
Villanus m History, Medieval Italian (Latinized)
Medieval Latin name meaning "farmhand", a derivative of villa "country house, farm". It was borne by an Italian Catholic saint of the 13th century.
Villehard m Finnish (Rare)
Finnish variant of Willehad.
Villemo f Swedish, Norwegian (Rare), Literature
This name was first used by the Swedish writer August Strindberg (1849-1912) for one of his poems. He may have based it on the names Vellamo or Wilhelma, or perhaps he combined the Old Norse name element vil, vili "will, desire" with Scandinavian mor "mother" (compare Lillemor, Moa).
Villi m & f Finnish, Estonian
Means "wild" in Finnish. It could also be used as a shortening of Villiam.
Villija f Latvian (Rare)
Possibly a variant of Vilija.
Villimey f Icelandic (Modern)
Combination of the Old Norse name elements vil(i) "will, desire" and mǣr "little girl; virgin, unmarried girl" or mær "daughter" or mėy "girl".
Villo m Estonian
Short form of Villem.
Villő f Hungarian (Modern)
Recent Hungarian name based on the title of Zoltán Kodály's children's choir formed in 1925. The word villő occurs in poems and songs sung during the old Hungarian winter cemetery ceremony and seeing as the girls walked the village with twigs during the shooting, villő is probably derived from the Latin villus "tuft of hair" (referring to the fine soft hairs on fruits, flowers, and other parts of plants)... [more]
Villu m Estonian
Originally a short form of Villem, now used as a given name in its own right (compare Ville).
Villy m & f Danish, Swedish, Norwegian
Scandinavian form of Willy, predominantly used by men.
Vilmeke f Low German, Frisian
Low German and Frisian diminutive of Wilma.
Vilmiina f Finnish
Finnish short form of Vilhelmiina.
Vilminka f Czech
Diminutive of Vilma.
Vilmita f Spanish
Diminutive of Vilma.
Vilmo m Estonian
Short form of Vilmar.
Vilmuška f Slovak
Diminutive form of Vilma.
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.
Vilnis m Latvian
Directly taken from Latvian vilnis "wave, surge".
Vilnius m Lithuanian
From Lithuanian city of Vilnius
Vilný f Icelandic
Icelandic combination of vil "will, desire" and "new".
Vilokit m Indian
Sanskrit
Vilora f Hungarian
Unknown meaning and origins.
Vilora f Soviet, Russian (Rare)
Russian given name of Soviet origin, which was derived from a combination of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin and October Revolution.
Vilpas m Finnish
Finnish dialectal variant form of Filpus.
Viltas m Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun viltis meaning "hope", which is ultimately derived from Baltic vil meaning "hope".... [more]
Vilté f Hungarian
Cognate of Viltautė, meaning "hope".
Viļums m Latvian (Rare)
Latvian form of Wilhelm and William.
Vilve f Estonian
Variant of Vilvi.
Vilvi f Estonian (Rare)
Allegedly a variant of Valve.
Vil'yam m Russian
Russian form of William.
Vimar m Galician
Variant of Guimar.
Vimar m Swedish
Swedish form of Vígmarr.
Vimbainashe f Shona
Means "have faith in God" in Shona.
Vimbayi f Shona
Means "have faith" in Shona.
Vimbo f Shona
Means "faith, trust" in Shona.
Vimean f Khmer
Means "royalty" in Khmer.
Vimla f Indian, Hindi, Marathi
Feminine form of Vimal.
Vimol f & m Thai
Alternate transcription of Wimon.
Vimolrat f Thai
Alternate transcription of Wimonrat.
Vimon f & m Thai
Alternate transcription of Wimon.
Vimonrat f Thai
Alternate transcription of Wimonrat.
Vimukhti m Sinhalese
Derived from Sanskrit मुक्ति (mukti) meaning "release, freedom, liberation".
Vimund m Old Swedish, Swedish
Old Swedish form of Vímundr.
Vímundr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name elements "home, temple, sanctuary" and mund "hand, protection".
Vina m Croatian
Diminutive of Vinko.
Vina f Kurdish
A person who can see beyond what others see , and a person who understands everything.
Vinai m Thai, Indian, Telugu, Hindi
Alternate transcription of Thai Winai and Indian Vinay.
Vinandr m Ancient Scandinavian
Meaning uncertain. This name might possibly be an Old Norse cognate of Winand.
Vinanziu m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Venanzio.
Vinari f Georgian (Rare)
Derived from Georgian ვინ არის (vin aris) meaning "who is", which in turn is derived from the Georgian pronoun ვინ (vin) meaning "who" and the Georgian verb არის (aris) meaning "to be".... [more]
Vinata f Hinduism
According to Hindu legends, Vinata is the mother of birds. She is one of the thirteen daughters of Prajapati Daksha. Married to Kashyapa along with her 12 sisters. She bore him two sons, named Aruṇá, and Garuda (Suparna).
Vinata f Indonesian
Transferred use of the surname Vinata.