Submitted Names Starting with V

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Vinca f English (Rare), French (Rare), Danish (Rare), Dutch (Rare), Italian (Rare)
Derived from vinca, the Latin name for the "periwinkle", ultimately from Latin vincio "to bind".... [more]
Vinca m Vilamovian
Vilamovian form of Vincent.
Vincė f Lithuanian
Short form of Vincentė. In other words, you could say that this name is the feminine equivalent of Vincas.
Vincenç m Lengadocian, Provençal, Gascon
Languedocian, Provençal and Gascon form of Vincent.
Vincénça f Provençal
Feminine form of Vincenç.
Vincença f Lengadocian
Feminine form of Vincenç.
Vincéncia f Gascon
Feminine form of Vincenç.
Vincencia f Hungarian, Slovak
Hungarian and Slovak feminine form of Vincent.
Vincencie f Czech (Rare)
Feminine form of Vincenc.
Vincencija f Slovene, Serbian, Croatian
Croatian, Serbian, and Slovene feminine form of Vincent.
Vinçenço m Medieval Galician
Medieval Galician form of Vincent.
Vincens m Banat Swabian, Piedmontese
Banat Swabian variant of Vinzenz and Piedmontese form of Vincent.
Vincens m Occitan
Occitan form of Vincent.
Vincensia f Corsican
Feminine form of Vincensiu.
Vincensiu m Corsican
Corsican form of Vincentius.
Vincenso m Venetian
Venetian form of Vincent.
Vîncent m Jèrriais
Jèrriais form of Vincent.
Vincenta f Lithuanian, Croatian
Lithuanian and Croatian feminine form of Vincent.
Vincente f French
French feminine form of Vincent.
Vincentė f Lithuanian (Rare)
Feminine form of Vincentas. Also compare Vincė.
Vincentina f English (Rare)
Feminine form of Vincent.
Vincentine f French (Rare)
Rare French feminine form of Vincent.
Vincentio m Medieval Italian, Theatre
Archaic Italian form of Vincentius. This was used in Shakespeare's comedy 'Taming of the Shrew' (1593).
Vincențiu m Romanian (Rare)
Romanian form of Vincentius (see Vincent). A notable bearer of this name was the Romanian lawyer, journalist and politician Vincențiu Babeș (1821-1907).
Vinċenz m Maltese
Maltese form of Vincent.
Vînchent m Jèrriais
Jèrriais form of Vincent.
Vincia f Italian, English (Rare)
The name Vincia is used in the modern Italian language. It's a feminine form of Vincent.
Vinciane f French, Walloon
French feminine form of Vincent.
Vinciono m Spanish
Means "Come on a Cone" in Spanish
Vincislau m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Wenceslaus.
Vinda m & f Hinduism
Taken from Mitravinda, one of the eight principal queen-consorts of the Hindu god Krishna.
Vindemiatrix f Astronomy
Means "female wine harvester". This is the name of a star on the constellation Virgo, and is named such because it rises in early autumn, the beginning of the wine harvesting season.
Vindictus m Popular Culture
Latin: “revenge.... [more]
Vindkaldr m Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology
Means "wind-frozen". Svipdagr uses this as an alias when he goes to woo Menglǫð.
Vîne f Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Winnie.
Vine m Indigenous American (?)
Perhaps from the surname Vine. This was borne by the Native American activist, writer and theologian Vine Deloria, Jr. (1933-2005).
Vineke f Danish
Nordic form of Wineke.
Vineli f Georgian (Rare)
Derived from Georgian ვინც ელის (vints elis) meaning "who is waiting" or "who is expecting", which in turn is derived from the Georgian pronoun ვინ (vin) meaning "who" and the Georgian verb ლოდინი (lodini) meaning "to expect, to await"... [more]
Vinette f Jamaican Patois, English (Rare)
Either a diminutive of Vina or a transferred use of the surname Vinette.
Vinevyt f Chukchi
Means "deceased" in Chukchi. This name was given to children as a reference the spirits or souls of deceased ancestors or family members.
Viney f American
Diminutive of Lavinia.
Vinfreda f Italian (Rare)
Italian feminine form of Winifrid.
Vinfredo m Italian
Italian form of Winfred and variant of Vinfrido.
Vinfridas m Lithuanian (Rare)
Lithuanian form of Winfried.
Vinfrido m Italian Portuguese
Italian and Portuguese form of Winfred and Italian variant of Vinfredo.
Ving m English (Rare)
Diminutive of Irving.
Vingra f Latvian
Derived from Latvian vingrs "agile; dexterous".
Vini f Indian, Sanskrit, Malayalam, Marathi
MEANING - instruct, guide, educate, chastise, elicit, restore, avert, exel, accomplish, train, remove, induce, pay off, drive away
Vini m & f English, Brazilian
Short form of Vincent, Vincenzina, Vinicius or other names containing the element vin.
Viniciano m Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of Vinicianus.
Vinicianus m Late Roman
This Roman cognomen is an extended form of Vinicius. A bearer of this name was Annius Vinicianus, a Roman senator from the 1st century AD.
Vinie f & m English (Rare)
Variant of Vinnie.
Vinifred f Swedish (Rare)
Swedish adoption of Winifred.
Vinita f Sanskrit, Indian
Derived from Sanskrit vinIta (विनीत) "lovely; handsome; trained".
Vinitharya m Literature, Ancient Germanic (Latinized)
Derived from Gothic ''Winid-haria'' meaning "pasture-armyman" or "Winidas-armyman". In Tolkien's legendarium, this is the birth name of Eldacar, who is given a name from his mother's people due to his birth in Rhovanion.
Vinitius m Ancient Roman
Means "one who works on the vineyard, wine-grower". From the Latin vinitor.
Vinjar m Norwegian
Either derived from of Old Norse vinr "friend" and herr "army" or based on place names that contains the Old Norse element vin "meadow, pasture".
Vinni f & m English
Variant of Vinnie.
Vinnie f American, English
Diminutive of Lavinia. A notable namesake is American sculptor Lavinia Ellen "Vinnie" Ream Hoxie (1847-1914) known professionally as Vinnie Ream... [more]
Vinný f Icelandic, Faroese
Icelandic and Faroese variant of Winnie.
Vinoc m Breton (Rare)
Breton diminutive masculine name derived from the name Gwenneg.
Vinod m Indian, Hindi, Marathi, Malayalam, Telugu, Kannada, Punjabi
Means "enjoyment, delight, amusement" in Sanskrit.
Vinoth m Indian
It means happiness or joy..... [more]
Vinothan m Tamil
A Tamil name, possibly more common in Sri Lanka than India. Means "Bringer of Light".
Vinsi m Faroese
Faroese form of Vincentius.
Vinski m Finnish (Modern, Rare)
A Finnish diminutive of Vincent.
Vinson m English
Derived from the English surname Vinson, which means "son of Vincent".
Vintanasoa m & f Malagasy
Means "good luck" in Malagasy. From vintana (meaning luck) and soa (meaning good).
Vinter m & f Old Swedish, Swedish (Modern, Rare), Danish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare), Finnish (Rare)
Old Swedish form of Vetr meaning "winter" as well as the modern Scandinavian word for "winter" (see Winter).
Vinterny f Swedish (Modern, Rare)
Combination of Swedish vinter "winter" and ny "new".
Vintilă m Medieval Romanian, Romanian
Romanian name of unclear origin, used as both a masculine personal name and a family name. It was most notably borne as a given name by Vintilă Brătianu (1867-1930), Prime Minister of Romania (1927-1928)... [more]
Vinton m English
Transferred use of the surname Vinton.
Vintr m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse variant of Vetr.
Vintra f Latvian (Modern, Rare)
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a variant of Dzintra and a feminine form of Lithuanian Vintaras.
Vintsantsina f Belarusian
Feminine form of Vintsent.
Vintsent m Belarusian
Variant Belarusian form of Vincent.
Vinu f & m Tamil
Vinushia f Tamil
Variant of Venusha or feminine form of Vinushi.
Viny m & f English
Variant of Vinnie.
Vinyette f African American
Alternate spelling of the word vignette.
Vioara f Romanian (Rare)
Derived from Romanian vioară "violet".
Viodor f & m American (South)
Im not really sure what the name means but it is my name and i was just wondering what everyone elses theories are about it.
Viol m Medieval Jewish, Yiddish (Archaic)
Variant of Feyel, recorded in medieval Frankfurt, Germany.
Viol f Danish
Short form of Viola.
Víóla f Icelandic (Modern), Faroese
Icelandic and Faroese form of Viola.
Violaine f French
Variant of Violante.
Violana f English (Rare)
Elaboration of Viola
Violandra f Theatre
A blend of Viola and Alexandra.... [more]
Violant f Catalan
Catalan form of Violante.
Violâte f Norman
Norman form of Violante.
Violë f Albanian
Albanian form of Viola.
Violenta f Theatre, Hungarian
Cognate of Violante. The name of a ghost character in Shakespeare's play 'All's Well That Ends Well' (first published 1623).
Violéta f & m Greek
Derived from Greek Βιολέτα (violéta) meaning "violet" (see Violet).
Violetë f Albanian
Albanian form of Violeta.
Violetka f Bulgarian
Derived from Bulgarian виолетка "violet".
Violeto m Italian (Rare), Spanish, Portuguese
Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese masculine form of Violet.
Violett f English (Modern), Norwegian (Rare), Swedish (Rare), Hungarian (Rare), Afrikaans (Rare)
English variant and Swedish form of Violet as well as a Hungarian borrowing of French Violette. This name coincides with the Swedish word violett "purple (the color)".
Violétta f & m Greek
Derived from Greek Βιολέττα (violétta) meaning "violet" (see Violet).
Violetto m Italian
Italian masculine form of Violet.
Violo m Italian
Italian masculine form of Violet.
Violynn f English (Modern, Rare)
Variant of Violet using the popular name suffix lynn.
Vionnet f & m American (Modern, Rare)
Surname of designer Madeleine Vionnet, used as a feminine forename.
Viorella f Obscure
Variant of Viorela.
Viorika f Hungarian
Hungarian borrowing of Viorica.
Vipashyana f Indian, Marathi (Rare)
Derived from Sanskrit विपश्यना (vipaśyanā) meaning "right knowledge".
Viphearvy f Khmer
Means "scholar" in Khmer.
Vipluv m Hindi
poision like cynite
Vipsania f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of Vipsanius.
Vipsanius m Ancient Roman
Roman family name of uncertain meaning. It was borne by the 1st-century BC Roman general Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa.
Viqor m Uzbek
Means "loftiness, pride, grandeur" in Uzbek.
Viqui m Spanish
Diminutive of Victoria.
Vira m Indian, Hindi, Nepali, Thai
Derived from Sanskrit वीर (vira) meaning "hero, man, brave".
Viraaj m Sanskrit, Indian, Hinduism, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali
MEANING : Shining, Brilliant. Splendid, ruling far & wide, Sovereign, King
Virachai m Thai
Alternate transcription of Wirachai.
Viracocha m Incan Mythology
Viracocha is the great creator deity in the pre-Inca and Inca mythology in the Andes region of South America. Full name and some spelling alternatives are Wiracocha, Apu Qun Tiqsi Wiraqutra, and Con-Tici (also spelled Kon-Tiki, the source of the name of Thor Heyerdahl's raft)... [more]
Viradecdis f Germanic Mythology
From wiro- "truth" and dekos "honor", interpreted to mean "the truth-honored". The name of a Celtic/Germanic deity.
Virae f Virae
VIRAE was formed by combining my mothers middle name of Virginia & my mother in laws middle name of Mae to honor them both in naming my 2nd daughter Mallory. However, the old fashioned grandmothers objected and I named her Mallory Virginia-Mae instead... [more]
Virajan m Sanskrit
MEANING : embellishing, beautifying, ruling, Ruler, being eminent or illustrious... [more]
Virajanti f Indian
MEANING : Shining, Brilliant. Beautiful lady... [more]
Virajat m Sanskrit
MEANING : Shining, Splendid, Handsome ... [more]
Viraji f & m Sanskrit, Indian, Hindi, Sinhalese
MEANING : free from dust, Clean, Pure
Virajini f Punjabi, Sanskrit, Hindi, Hinduism, Nepali, Kannada, Telugu
Means "shining, brilliant, splendid" in Sanskrit.
Virak f & m Khmer
Means "strength" in Khmer.
Viran f Swedish (Rare)
Diminutive of Elvira.
Virani f Indian
Means 'Alone.'
Virasak m Thai
Alternate transcription of Wirasak.
Virat m Indian, Hindi
Modern form of Virata.
Virat m Thai
Alternate transcription of Wirat.
Virata m Hinduism
Means "huge, magnificent" in Sanskrit. This is the name of a character in the Hindu epic the Mahabharata.
Virayut m Thai
Alternate transcription of Wirayut.
Virba f Sami
Sami form of Virpi.
Virchilio m Aragonese
Aragonese form of Virgil.
Virdiana f Sicilian
Sicilian form of Viridiana.
Virdie f English
Possibly a diminutive of Alverda or other similar names.
Virdžinėjė f Samogitian
Saimogaitian form of Virginia.
Virdžīnija f Latvian (Rare)
Latvian borrowing of Virginia.
Vireak m Khmer
Means "absence of desire" in Khmer.
Viren m Indian
Variant transcription of Biren]. From Sanskrit meaning "brave".
Virena f Various
Variant of Verena.
Virendra m Indian, Hindi, Marathi
From Sanskrit वीर (vira) meaning "hero, man, brave" combined with the name of the Hindu god Indra.
Vireo m & f English
From Latin vireo, a word Pliny uses for some kind of bird, perhaps the greenfinch, from virere "be green" (see Viridius), which in modern times is applied to an American bird.
Virga f Esperanto
Means "virginal" in Esperanto.
Virga f Lithuanian
Short form of feminine names that start with Virg-, such as Virgailė, Virgauda and Virginija.
Virgailas m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the Lithuanian verb vyrauti meaning "to prevail, to (pre)dominate", which is etymologically related to the Lithuanian noun vyras meaning "man"... [more]
Virgailė f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Virgailas.
Virgas m Lithuanian
Short form of masculine names that start with Virg-, such as Virgailas, Virgaudas and Virgilijus.
Virgaudas m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the Lithuanian verb vyrauti meaning "to prevail, to (pre)dominate", which is etymologically related to the Lithuanian noun vyras meaning "man"... [more]
Virgaudė f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Virgaudas.
Virge f Estonian
Directly taken from Estonian virge "alert, wakeful".
Virge m English
Diminutive of Virgil.
Virgel m English
Variant of Virgil.
Virgen f & m Spanish, Spanish (Latin American)
From virgen meaning "virgin," taken from Virgen María (Virgin Mary). It is mainly used in Latin America.
Virgia f American (South)
This was given to 6 girls in Alabama in 1913, most likely an elaborate form of Virginia.
Virgil m Upper German, German (Austrian), German (Rare, Archaic)
German cognate of Fergal and Feirgil. This name used to Germanize Fergal and Feirgil in Austria and the southern part of Germany thanks to the Irish-born bishop and astronomer Virgilius von Salzburg (known in English as Vergilius of Salzburg).
Virgile m French
French form of Virgil.
Virgili m Catalan, Lengadocian, Provençal, Gascon
Catalan. Languedocian, Provençal and Gascon form of Virgil.
Virgília f Portuguese (Rare), Hungarian (Rare)
Portuguese and Hungarian form Virgilia.
Virgilia f Late Roman, Theatre, Italian
Feminine form of Vergilius (see Virgil). This is the name of Coriolanus' wife in Shakespeare's play of the same name.
Virgilios m Greek
Greek form of Vergilius (see Virgil).
Virgìliu m Sardinian
Sardinian form of Virgilius.
Virġilju m Maltese (Rare)
Maltese form of Virgil.
Virgill m Icelandic
Icelandic form of Virgil.
Virgin f & m English (Puritan)
Simply from the English word virgin, meaning "pure".
Virgínia f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Virginia.
Virginía f Icelandic
Icelandic form of Virginia.
Virginiensis f Roman Mythology
The goddess Cinxia functions within the belt (cingulum) that the bride wears to symbolize that her husband is "belted and bound" (cinctus vinctusque) to her... [more]
Virginijus m Lithuanian
Masculine form of Virginija.
Virginio m Italian
Italian form of Virginius.
Virginnie f Jèrriais
Jèrriais form of Virginia.
Virgintas m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the Lithuanian verb vyrauti meaning "to prevail, to (pre)dominate", which is etymologically related to the Lithuanian noun vyras meaning "man"... [more]
Virgirdas m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the Lithuanian verb vyrauti meaning "to prevail, to (pre)dominate", which is etymologically related to the Lithuanian noun vyras meaning "man"... [more]
Virgo f Roman Mythology, Astronomy
Means "maiden" in Latin. The name of one of the constellations in the zodiac.
Virgy f English
Variant of Virgie, which itself is a diminutive of Virginia.
Virhiniya f Belarusian
Belarusian form of Virginia.
Viria f South American
Possibly a female form of Viriato.
Viribunda f Folklore
From a Swedish fairy tale by Anna Maria Roos 'Prins Florestan eller sagan om jätten Bam-Bam och feen Viribunda' "Prince Florestan or the saga of he giant Bam Bam and the fairy Viribunda" that inspired Astrid Lindgren's novel 'Mio, my son'.... [more]
Viridi f Popular Culture
Viridi is the Goddess of Nature who debuted in the game Kid Icarus: Uprising, displaying the physical appearance of a sarcastic 8-year-old little girl who commands the Forces of Nature.
Viridian m & f American (Modern, Rare)
Viridian is a blue-green pigment, a hydrated chromium oxide, of medium saturation and relatively dark in value. It is composed more of green than blue.
Viridianne f American (Modern, Rare)
Ultimately from the Latin viridis meaning "green", it is cognate of Viridiana.
Viridianus m Ancient Roman
Roman cognomen which was derived from the Roman nomen gentile Viridius.
Viridis f Italian (Archaic), Medieval Italian
Derived from the Latin color word viridis "green".... [more]
Viridius m Celtic Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Viridios, which is of Celtic origin but the meaning is not known for certain. There are theories that it is derived from Proto-Celtic wird "green", or from Proto-Celtic wīrjā "truth" combined with dī- "from, has" (thus meaning "he who has the truth")... [more]
Viridius m Ancient Roman
From a Roman nomen gentile, which was derived from Latin viridis "green".
Virika f Sanskrit
Means "brave" in Sanskrit.
Virineya f Mordvin, Russian (Rare)
Claimed to be a Mordvin name meaning "seeing in the forest". This was used for the title character of 'Virineya' (1969), a Soviet film which was ultimately based on a 1924 novel by Lidiya Seyfullina (1889-1954).
Virmantas m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the Lithuanian verb vyrauti meaning "to prevail, to (pre)dominate", which is etymologically related to the Lithuanian noun vyras meaning "man"... [more]
Virmantė f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Virmantas.
Virminas m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the Lithuanian verb vyrauti meaning "to prevail, to (pre)dominate", which is etymologically related to the Lithuanian noun vyras meaning "man"... [more]
Virocha f Galician
Hypocoristic of Elvira.
Viroj m Thai
Alternate transcription of Wirot.
Virot m Thai
Alternate transcription of Wirot.
Virpi f Finnish
Means "sapling" in Finnish, a Finnish equivalent of Virve. It was coined in the early 20th century.
Virsavee f Greek
Modern Greek form of Bersabee, which is the ancient Greek form of Bathsheba. Also compare the Russian name Virsaviya.
Virsavija f Belarusian
Belarusian form of Bathsheba.
Virsaviya f Russian
Russian form of Bathsheba via its modern Greek form Virsavee.
Virta f & m Finnish
Means "river"
Virtud f Spanish (Rare)
Singular form of Virtudes.
Virtude f Portuguese
Singular form of Virtudes.
Virtudes f Spanish, Portuguese, Galician
From virtudes meaning "virtues," used in honour of the virtues of the Virgin Mary.
Virtue f English (Puritan)
This name was very occasionally used by Puritan parents in 17th century England. It ltimately derived from Latin virtus "manliness; valor; worth".
Virtyte f Albanian
Derived from virtyt meaning "virtue".
Virtytja f Albanian
From the Albanian virtyt meaning "virtue".
Viruca f Galician
Hypocoristic of Elvira.
Vírún f Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name elements "home, temple, sanctuary" and rún "secret".
Virvá f Sami
Sami form of Virva.
Virvaldas m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the Lithuanian verb vyrauti meaning "to prevail, to (pre)dominate", which is etymologically related to the Lithuanian noun vyras meaning "man"... [more]
Virvla f Swedish (Modern, Rare)
Directly taken from the Swedish word virvla "to swirl; to whirl".
Virxilio m Galician
Galician form of Virgil.
Virxiliu m Asturian
Asturian form of Virgil.
Virxinia f Galician
Galician form of Virginia.
Virxinio m Galician
Galician form of Virginius.
Virya m & f Sanskrit
Vīrya (Sanskrit; Pāli: viriya) is a Buddhist term commonly translated as "energy", "persistence", "persevering", "vigour", "effort", "exertion", or "diligence"... [more]
Viryay m Mordvin
From вирь (vir') meaning "forest".
Virzsini f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Virginia.
Vis m Spanish
Diminutive of Victor or Victorio.
Visa m Finnish
From Finnish visakoivu meaning "curly birch".
Visa f Thai
The short of Wanvisa
Visal m Khmer
Means "big, large, vast" or "good, excellent" in Khmer.
Visalgas m Lithuanian
Basically means "a full salary" or "full of wages", derived from Baltic vis meaning "all" (see Visvaldas) combined with Lithuanian alga meaning "salary, wage, pay" as well as "reward".
Visalgė f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Visalgas.
Visant m Breton (Rare)
Breton cognate of Vincent.
Visanu m Thai
Alternate transcription of Witsanu.
Visar m Albanian
From the Albanian word visar meaning "treasure".
Visare f Albanian
Feminine form of Visar.
Visarion m Bulgarian, Croatian, Romanian, Serbian
Bulgarian, Croatian, Romanian and Serbian form of Bessarion via Vissarion. Bearers of this name include Romanian metropolitan bishop Visarion Puiu (1879-1964) and Serbian metropolitan bishop Visarion Ljubiša (1823-1884).
Visarut m Thai
Alternate transcription of Witsarut.
Visbur m Norse Mythology
Means "undoubted son" in Old Norse. Visbur was a legendary Swedish king, son of Vanlandi and father of Dómaldi... [more]
Visenya f Literature
Used in Goerge R. R. Martin's "Song of ice and fire". ... [more]
Viserys m Literature
The name Viserys is a name created by George R. R. Martin for his A Song Of Ice and Fire books.
Visgailas m Lithuanian
Basically means "entirely strong", derived from Baltic vis meaning "all" (see Visvaldas) 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]
Visgailė f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Visgailas.