Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
ÁI f Vietnamese
From Chinese 爱 (ái
) meaning "love, affection"
CÀ m & f Vietnamese
Means "the eldest; the first" in a northern Vietnamese dialect.
CẢNH m & f Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese cảnh
meaning "scenery, view, landscape".
CÁT m & f Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 吉 (cát
) meaning "lucky, good".
CHUONG m Vietnamese
Very popular Vietnamese name. Do not know any other history on it.
CƯỜNG m Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 強 (cường)
meaning "strong, powerful, vigorous".
ĐÀI m Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 台 (đài)
meaning "noble" or "pedestal, stand".
DẦN f Vietnamese
From the third Earthly Branch represented by the Tiger. This name is given to Vietnamese girls in the year of the tiger.
DANH m Vietnamese
Means "name, noun, reputation", from Sino-Vietnamese 名.
ĐẠO m Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 道 (đạo
) meaning "road, way".
DẬU f Vietnamese
Means "rooster" in Vietnamese. This name is given in the year of the rooster.
DE m Chinese, Vietnamese
From the Chinese 德 meaning "virtue and morality." This is also the Chinese cognate and Vietnamese variant of ĐỨC
HẰNG f Vietnamese
Means "earth, cave" in Vietnamese. A famous bearer is Minh Hằng (1987-) a Vietnamese singer and actress.
HẠNH f Vietnamese
Meaning of name: Hạnh. According to Sino-Vietnamese, the name "Hạnh" first, means luck, is fortune, is blessing. ... [more]
HIEN m & f Vietnamese
Means "meek, gentle" in Vietnamese. A famous bearer is Nguyễn Thanh Hiển or simply Hien she is a Hungarian pop singer of Vietnamese descent who competed in the Hungarian Megasztár sixth season and was the fifth runner up.
HỢI f Vietnamese
Means "pig" in Vietnamese. This name is given in the year of the pig.
HỒNG-AN f Vietnamese
In Vietnamese, Hồng means pink or rose and An means peace. Rose peace, or pink peace.
HƯNG m Vietnamese
"Hưng" means the Sino-Vietnamese is raised in a positive way, making rich, prosperous & more developed. Being in the group for the future, the name "Hưng" is placed with the desire of a prosperous life, more prosperous.
KHUE f & m Vietnamese
Vietnamese version of the Chinese character "奎", which is the name for The Legs mansion, one of the Twenty-eight mansions of the Chinese constellations. Basically it can be interpreted as "a bright star".
KIỀU 乔 f & m Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 乔 (kiều
) meaning "beautiful and talent"
LIENG m Vietnamese, Chinese
In Vietnamese, the name is likely related to the Ma Lieng (Chut) ethnic group local to the Minh Hoa and Tuyen Hoa districts of Quang Binh Province. In China, Lièng-gŏng is another name for Lianjiang, a suburban county of Fuzhou on the eastern coast of Fujian province, People's Republic of China.
LỢI m & f Vietnamese
Means "to loosen" or "to good to" in Vietnamese.
LUÂN m Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 倫 (luân)
meaning "ethics, reason, logic".
MẠNH m Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 孟 (mạnh)
meaning "strong, powerful".
MƠ f Vietnamese
Means "apricot-tree" or "to dream" in Vietnamese.
NA f Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 那 (na
) meaning "beautiful".
NGÂU f Vietnamese
Means "aglaia" or "seventh lunar month" in Vietnamese.
NGỌ f Vietnamese
Means "horse" in Vietnamese. This name is given in the year of this horse.
NGOAN m & f Vietnamese
Means "good, well-behaved, submissive" in Vietnamese.
NHẬT m & f Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese, Nhật(日) means "day", "sun" or "to shine" and "protection"
OANH f Vietnamese
Means "oriole" in Vietnamese. An oriole is a type of bird.
PHONG m Vietnamese
(the 'o' is unrounded in prouncing) Meaning "wind" in Vietnamese. It is an archaic word borrow from the Cantonese Chinese word 'fung', that's 'feng' in Madarin. It is the name of the Vietnamese computer graphic researcher, Bùi Týờng Phong, who invented the Phong Shading Technique.
QUYÊN f Vietnamese
A famous bearer of this name was Ngô Đình Lệ Quyên, a South Vietnamese-born Italian lawyer who served as Commissioner of Immigration for the city of Rome.
QUYET m & f Vietnamese
Little is known about this name, but it is said to originate from Vietnam and may also be given to children with roots in surrounding countries. It is said to be related to the names Kayetta (f), Khyati (f), COYOTE
, Keyetta (f), Kiyoto (m), Keyatta (f), KAYODE
, Shalviya, Bilik, Banh, Reisharth, CAYO
, Sirav, Ihan (m), MAHENDER
and Yanancy.... [more]
SAN f & m Vietnamese
Sino - Vietnamese: mountain (山) in other form is 'Sơn’ which has the same meaning... [more]
SUONG f Vietnamese
Means "fog, mistiness, mist, haze", from Vietnamese sương mù
TẤN m Vietnamese
From Chinese 迅 (tấn
) meaning "quick, hasty, rapid, sudden".
THÁI m & f Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 泰 (thái)
meaning "big, large, great" or 彩 (thái)
meaning "colour, brilliance".
THÂN f & m Vietnamese
Meaning "monkey" in Vietnamese. This name is given in the year of the monkey.
THÔNG m Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 通 (thông)
meaning "clear, open" or "to understand, to master".
TIÊU f Vietnamese
A very rare Vietnamese common middle initial for girls, the masculine version of the name is Tiến.
TRẮC f Vietnamese
Means "rosewood" in Vietnamese. This was the name of the eldest of the Trưng sisters, Vietnamese cultural heroes.
TRỌNG m Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 重 (trọng)
meaning "to hold in high regard".
TUYEN f Vietnamese
Means "angel" in Vietnamese. It is also a variant of TUYẾN
used outside of Vietnam.
ẨU f Vietnamese
Derived from Vietnamese 嫗 (yu)
which can mean "old woman, hag", "mother", "to raise, nurture" or "friendly". It is often given as the given name of the Vietnamese national hero Lady Trieu.
UYỂN 婉 f Vietnamese
Uyển (婉) meaning "Delicate", "multi-talented" or "gentle". It also means "graceful"
VI f Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 小 (vi
) meaning "small, pretty".
VIỆT m & f Vietnamese
For males it is used meaning "being Vietnamese" and for females it is used meaning "Vietnam". It is more commonly given to males than females.
VUI f Vietnamese
From Vietnamese vui
meaning "amusing", with the implied meaning "joy".