|VALMIRA||Albanian||good wave .||-----|
|VARTITER||Armenian||rose leaf or rose petal.||-----|
|VIVIANA||Arthurian||alive an enchantress.||-----|
|VIVIEN||Arthurian||alive an enchantress.||-----|
|VLADIMIRA||Bulgarian||ruling the world.||-----|
|VYVIAN||Cornish||escape fly alive or small water.||-----|
|VYVYAN||Cornish||escape fly alive or small water.||-----|
|VEDRANA||Croatian||bright clear serene.||-----|
|VESNA||Croatian||messenger a goddess of spring and youth.||-----|
|VJEKOSLAVA||Croatian||time of honor.||-----|
|VLADIMIRA||Croatian||ruling the world.||-----|
|VACLAVA||Czech||crown or great glory.||-----|
|VLADIMIRA||Czech||ruling the world.||-----|
|VIBEKE||Danish||rapid moving or whip.||-----|
|VAL||English||Unisex short form of English Valentine and Latin Valentina both meaning healthy, strong.||-----|
|VALARIE||English||English variant spelling of Roman Latin Valerie meaning to be healthy, to be strong.||-----|
|VALARY||English||English variant spelling of Roman Latin Valerie meaning to be healthy, to be strong.||-----|
|VALENTINE||English||Feminine form of French Valentin meaning healthy, strong. Compare with masculine Valentine.||-----|
|VALERIE||English||English form of French Valerie meaning to be healthy, to be strong.||-----|
|VALORIE||English||Variant spelling of English Valerie meaning to be healthy, to be strong.||-----|
|VANESSAThis||English||English name is usually chosen for its association with the butterfly genus. Its origin remains uncertain despite the claim that it was invented by Jonathan Swift author of Gulliver s Travels for his intimate friend Esther Vanhomrigh. Supposedly he created it by combining the first syllable of her surname Van with her first name Esther or the suffix essa but if he created it at all it is more likely that he based it on the Greek name Phanessa substituting the Ph with the V from Esther s surname. Besides the name may have existed before Swift s time. Phanessa is a feminine form of Orphic Phanes the name of a primeval hermaphroditic golden winged god meaning bring to light make appear.||-----|
|VEDA||English||Sanskrit English name derived from the name of the four sacred books of the Hindus meaning knowledge wisdom.||-----|
|VEGA||English||English name derived from the Latin name of a star in the constellation Lyra from Arabian al Waqi meaning falling swooping.||-----|
|VELMA||English||Probably an English variant spelling of German Wilma meaning will helmet.||-----|
|VENAShort||English||form of Middle English Alvena meaning elf friend. Compare with another form of Vena.||-----|
|VERINA||English||English variant spelling of Swiss/German Verena possibly meaning to fear, to respect.||-----|
|VERITY||English||Latin name meaning truth, verity.||-----|
|VERNAFeminine||English||form of English Vernon meaning place of alder trees.||-----|
|VERONICALatin||English||form of Macedonian Greek Berenike meaning bringer of victory. From an early date it was influenced by the Church Latin phrase veraiconia true image, resulting in the invented legend of St. Veronica who was said to have wiped Christ s face on his way to Calvary and found an image of his face on the towel.||-----|
|VERTHANDI||English||Anglicized form of Old Norse Veroandi meaning present.||-----|
|VI||English||Short form of English Violet meaning violet color and violet flower.||-----|
|VIANNE||English||English contracted form of French Viviane meaning alive animated lively.||-----|
|VIC||English||English unisex short form of Latin Victor conqueror and Victoria conqueror or victory.||-----|
|VICKI||English||Variant spelling of English Vickie meaning conqueror or victory.||-----|
|VICKIE||English||English pet form of Latin Victoria meaning conqueror or victory.||-----|
|VICKY||English||English pet form of Latin Victoria meaning conqueror or victory.||-----|
|VICTORIALatin||English||name of uncertain derivation it is either a feminine form of Victorius conqueror, or from the vocabulary word victoria victory.In Roman mythology this is the name of a goddess of victory.||-----|
|VINA||English||Short form of English Davina meaning beloved.||-----|
|VIOLALatin||English||name meaning violet color or violet flower.||-----|
|VIOLET||English||English name derived from the vocabulary word from Latin viola meaning violet color or violet flower.||-----|
|VIRGEE||English||Variant spelling of English Virgie meaning maiden, virgin.||-----|
|VIRGIE||English||English pet form of Latin Virginia meaning maiden, virgin.||-----|
|VIRGINIAFeminine||English||form of Roman Latin Virginius meaning maiden, virgin.||-----|
|VIVIAN||English||English form of French Viviane meaning alive animated lively. In Arthurian legend this is the name of the Lady of the Lake.||-----|
|VIVIEN||English||Variant spelling of English Vivian meaning alive animated lively. Compare with masculine Vivien.||-----|
|VIVYAN||English||Variant spelling of English Vivian meaning alive, animated, lively.||-----|
|VONDA||English||Perhaps an English variant form of German Wanda or Italian Vanda both meaning a Wend a wanderer, a term used to refer to migrant Slavs in the sixth century.||-----|
|VONNIE||English||Pet form of English Evonne meaning yew tree.||-----|
|VALORA||Esperanto||Esperanto name meaning valuable.||-----|
|VENKA||Esperanto||Esperanto name meaning victorious.||-----|
|VESPERA||Esperanto||Esperanto name meaning evening star.||-----|
|VALPURI||Finnish||Finnish form of Old German Walburg meaning salvation of the slain in battle.||-----|
|VANAMO||Finnish||Finnish name meaning twin flower.||-----|
|VAPPU||Finnish||Pet form of Finnish Valpuri meaning salvation of the slain in battle.||-----|
|VARPU||Finnish||Finnish name derived from the name of a type of berry bush.||-----|
|VEERA||Finnish||Finnish form of Russian Vera meaning faith truth.||-----|
|VELLAMO||Finnish||Finnish name derived from the word velloa meaning to surge, to swell. In mythology this is the name of a cold hearted goddess of the sea who dwelled in an underwater palace called Ahtola with her husband Ahto.||-----|
|VENLA||Finnish||Finnish form of Scandinavian Vendla meaning a Wend a wanderer, a term used to refer to migrant Slavs in the sixth century.||-----|
|VIENO||Finnish||Finnish unisex name meaning gentle.||-----|
|VIIVA||Finnish||Finnish form of Norwegian/Swedish Viva meaning alive animated lively.||-----|
|VIIVI||Finnish||Finnish form of Scandinavian Vivi meaning alive animated lively.||-----|
|VILHELMIINA||Finnish||Feminine form of Finnish Vilhelmi meaning will helmet.||-----|
|VUOKKO||Finnish||Finnish name meaning anemone flower.||-----|
|VALENTINE||French||Feminine form of French Valentin meaning healthy, strong. Compare with masculine Valentine.||-----|
|VALERIE||French||Feminine form of French Valere meaning to be healthy, to be strong.||-----|
|VERENE||French||French form of Swiss/German Verena possibly meaning to fear, to respect.||-----|
|VERONIQUE||French||French form of Latin Veronica meaning bringer of victory.||-----|
|VEVA||French||Pet form of French Genevieve possibly meaning race of women.||-----|
|VICTOIRE||French||French form of Latin Victoria meaning conqueror or victory.||-----|
|VICTORINE||French||French feminine form of Roman Victorinus meaning conqueror.||-----|
|VIOLETTE||French||French diminutive form of Latin Viola meaning violet color or violet flower.||-----|
|VIRGINIE||French||French form of Latin Virginia meaning maiden, virgin.||-----|
|VIVIANE||French||French form of Latin Viviana meaning alive animated lively.||-----|
|VIVIENNE||French||Variant spelling of French Viviane meaning alive, animated, lively.||-----|
|VIVIETTE||French||Pet form of French Viviane meaning alive, animated, lively.||-----|
|VALDA||German||Old High German name derived from the word waltan meaning power, rule.||-----|
|VERENA||German||Swiss and German name possibly derived from Latin vereri meaning to fear, to respect.||-----|
|VIKTORIA||German||German and Scandinavian form of Roman Latin Victoria meaning conqueror or victory.||-----|
|VRENI||German||Pet form of Swiss/German Verena possibly meaning to fear, to respect.||-----|
|VASILIKI||Greek||Feminine form of Greek Vasilis king meaning queen.||-----|
|VADOMAPossibly||Gypsy/Romani||a Romani feminine form of Russian Vadim a name which some etymologists believe must have its root in Slavic vadit vedet or wiedziec meaning to know, because pagan magicians were called veduny the knowing ones.||-----|
|VIOLCA||Gypsy/Romani||Probably a Romani form of Latin Viola meaning violet color or violet flower.||-----|
|VIOLLCA||Gypsy/Romani||Variant spelling of Romani Violca probably meaning violet color or violet flower.||-----|
|VARDA||Hebrew||Hebrew name meaning rose.||-----|
|VARDAH||Hebrew||Variant spelling of Hebrew Varda meaning rose.||-----|
|VASHTIY||Hebrew||Hebrew form of Persian Vashti meaning beautiful. In the bible this is the name of the wife of king Ahasuerus who was replaced by Esther.||-----|
|VERED||Hebrew||Hebrew unisex name meaning rose.||-----|
|VALERIA||Hungarian||Hungarian form of Roman Latin Valeria meaning to be healthy, to be strong.||-----|
|VIKTORIA||Hungarian||Hungarian form of Roman Latin Victoria meaning conqueror or victory.||-----|
|VILMAFeminine||Hungarian||form of Hungarian Vilmos meaning will helmet.Compare with another form of Vilma.||-----|
|VIRAG||Hungarian||Hungarian name meaning flower.||-----|
|VASHTI||Persian/Avestan/Iranian||Persian name meaning beautiful. In the bible this is the name of the wife of king Ahasuerus who was replaced by Esther.||-----|
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