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Name Meaning Derivations Origin



 

Vaal Valley Val Dutch  


 

 

Vachel One who raises small cows,
Little cow.
Vachell, Vachelle Old French
Vada Shallow area where water
lies
Vadah Latin
Vaha Open sea. Vahaha Tongan
Vail Dweller in the valley. Bail, Bale, Balle, Bayl,
Bayle, Vale, Valle, Vayl, Vayle
Middle English
Vaina From the mouth of the
river.
Vain, Vainah,
Vaino, Vayna, Vaynah, Vayno
Finnish
Vaino Builder of wagons Vayno Finnish
Vaitafe Stream Vaytafe Tongan
Val Strength. The short
masculine form of Valerie, strong, brave, healthy. The short form of
Valentine.
Vala Latin
Vala Loin cloth. Valah Polynesian
Valborg Protection from the
slaughter.
Valbor Swedish
Valdemar Famous, Powerful ruler. Vlademar,
Vladimar,
Vladymar
Teutonic
Valdus Possessor of power. Valdis, Valdys Teutonic
Vale Dweller in the valley Vael, Vail,
Vaiel, Vayel, Vayl, Vayle
Old French
Valentine Powerful, Strong, Brave,
Healthy
Bailintin (Irish),
Balawyn, Valek, Valentijn (Dutch), Valentin (French, German, Spanish,
Swedish), Valerius (French), Valentino (Spanish), Valenty (Polish),
Valentyn, Valentyne, Valentyno, Valerian, Valerij (Russian), Valerio
(Italian)< Valerius (French), Valery, Valerya, Valeryan, Walenty,
Wallinsch, Waltinsch
Latin
Valerian Strong,
Healthy, Powerful.
Valery
(English)
Late Latin
Valgard Foreign spear. Valgarde, Valguard Norse
Vali Paint Valea, Valeah,
Valee, Valeigh, Valey, Valie, Valy
Tongan
Valiant Brave
Valin Mighty warrior Valan, Valen,
Valon,
Valyn
Hindi
Vallis Welsh one. Valis, Vallys, Valys Old French
Valmiki Ant hill. Hindi
Valu Eighth-born child Polynesian
Vamana One who deserves praise. Vamanah Sanskrit
Van Of nobility, Belonging to
or from.
Vann Dutch
Vance High, From the very high
place, From the swamp.
Vane, Vanne,
Vanse, Von
Middle English
Vanda The people rule. Vandah Lithuanian
Vandan Saved Vanden,
Vandin, Vandon,
Vandyn
Hindi
Vander Belonging to or of. Vada, Vandar,
Vandir, Vandor, Vandyr, Venda, Vendar, Vender, Vendir, Vendor, Vendyr
Dutch
Vandyke From the flood
embankment.
Vandike Dutch
Vane Belonging to. Vain, Vaine, Van,
Vayn,
Vayne
Dutch, German
Vanya God is gracious. Vanek, Vania,
Vaniah, Vanja, Vanka, Vanyah
Russian
Vara Stranger, Unknown. Varah, Varra, Varrah Illyrian
Varad Belonging to the
fortress.
Vared, Varid,
Varod,
Varyd
Hungarian
Varde Dweller from the green
hills.
Ardah, Ardant, Arden,
Ardin, Ardon, Ardun, Ardyn, Vardan, Vardin, Vardon, Vardyn, Verdan,
Verden, Verdin, Verdon, Verdyn
Old French
Varden From the
green hill.
Vardon,
Verdon
Old French
Varen Better Varan, Varin,
Varon,
Varyn
Hindi
Varesh God is better. Vares Hindi
Varian Variable, Clever, Intelligent. Arian, Varien,
Varion,
Varyon
Latin
Varick Sea drifter. Varic, Varik,
Varyc, Varyck, Varyk
Icelandic
Varil Water Varal, Varel,
Varol,
Varyl
Hindi
Varnava Comfort in a time of
grief.
Varnarvah Russian
Vartan Rose Varte, Vartin,
Varton,
Vartyn
Armenian
Varun Water God. Varunah Hindi
Varuna One who sees all. Varunah Russian
Vasant Born in the spring time. Vasan Hindi
Vash Likeness Persian
Vasil Royal, Majestic, Basil
herb. A form of Basil.
Vasal, Vasel,
Vasile, Vasilek, Vasili, Vasilios, Vasilis, Vasilos, Vasily, Vasol,
Vassily,
Vasyl
Czech
Vasilis Magnificent knight,
Warrior.
Vasileior,
Vasos, Vasilys, Vasylis, Vasylys
Greek
Vasin Leadership Vasan, Vasen,
Vason, Vasun, Vasyn
Hindi
Vasishtha Wealthy Sanskrit
Vaslav Basil Polish
Vassily Protector, Guardian. Vas, Vasilea, Vasileah,
Vasilee, Vasileigh, Vasilek, Vasiley, Vasili, Vasilie, Vasily, Vassi,
Vassilea, Vassileah, Vassilee, Vassileigh, Vassiley, Vassili, Vassilie,
Vasya, Vasyuta
German, Russian, Slavic
Vasu Prosperous Hindi
Vaughan Small Vaughn,
Vaughen, Vaun, Vaune, Vauney, Vawn, Vawne, Vawney
Old Welsh
Vaux Belonging to the valley. Old French
Vea Chief Polynesian
Veasna Lucky Veasnah Cambodian
Vedie I saw. Vedi, Vedy Latin
Veetini All spearing. Veetinie, Veetiny Polynesian
Veiko Brother Veyko Finnish
Veit Wide Veyt German, Swedish
Vekoslav Eternal glory. Vekoslava Slavic
Vencel Wreath Vencal,
Vencil, Vencyl
Hungarian
Venedict Blessed. A form of
Benedict.
Venedic,
Venedick, Venedyc, Venedyck, Venedyct
Russian
Venn Fair-haired; Dweller at
the marsh.
Ven Irish, Gaelic; Greek
Verdun From the hill fort. Virdun, Vyrdun Old French
Vere Possessor of sacrd
wisdom; True; Defender. The masculine form of Verena.
Vear, Veer, Veere, Veir,
Ver, Vir, Vyr
Latin; Latin; Old German
Vered Rose Verad, Verid,
Verod,
Veryd
Hebrew
Verge Twig, Stick;
Edge; Owner of a quarter acre.
Virge, Vyrge Latin; English;
Anglo-French
Verill Truthful Veral, Verall,
Veril, Verrall, Verrell, Verroll, Veryl, Veryll
Old French
Verlie Geographical – From
Verlie in France.
Verla,
Verleah, Verlee, Verlei, Verliegh, Verley, Verli, Verly
French
Verlin Flourishing, Blooming
like a flower.
Verlan,
Verlain, Verle, Verlinn, Verlion, Verlon, Verlyn, Verlynn
Latin
Vermudo Bear protection. Ermond,
Ermondo, Ermund, Vermond, Vermondo, Vermund, Vermundo
Spanish
Vern / Vernon Youthful, Like
springtime; Belonging to the alder grove.
Laverna, Laverne, Varney,
Vern, Vernan, Verne, Vernen, Vernice, Vernin, Verrier, Vernun, Vernyn,
Virn, Virne, Vyrn, Vyrne
Latin; French
Verne Springlike,
Youthful.
Vernus Latin
Verney Belonging to the alder
grove.
Lavern, Laverne,
Vernee, Verni, Vernie, Verny, Virnee, Virney, Virni, Virnie, Virny,
Vurnee, Vurney, Vurni, Vurnie, Vurny, Vyrnee, Vyrney, Vyrni, Vyrnie, Vyrny
Old French
Verrill Loyal; Manly. Veril, Verill,
Verral, Verrel, Veryl,
Veryll
French,
Teutonic
Veston Clothing; From the town
of churches.
Vestan,
Vesten, Vestin, Vestun, Vestyn
Latin; Old English
Vibert Life; One who is shining
brightly.
Viberte,
Vybert, Vyberte
French; English
Vic Victorious Vick, Vik,
Vyc, Vyck, Vyk, Vykk
Latin
Vick From the
village.
Old French
Victor Winner,
conqueror, victory
Veikko (Finland),
Buadhach (Irish), Vick, Vik, Vikenty, Victor (German), Vittorio
(Spanish), Vyc, Vyck, Vyctor, Vyk, Vykk, Vyktor, Wiktor
Latin
Vicar Clergy
member.
Vica, Vicka,
Vickar, Vicker, Vickor, Vyca, Vicka, Vickar, Vika, Vikar, Vyca, Vycar,
Vycka, Vyckar, Vyka, Vykar
Old French,
Old English
Vidal Life Vidale,
Vidall, Vydal, Vydall
Latin
Vidkun Experienced Vydkun Scandinavian
Vidor Vidore,
Vidoor, Vydoe
Happy Hungarian
Vidya Wisdom Vidyah, Vydya,
Vydyah
Sanskrit
Vijaya Strength Vijayah,
Vyjaya, Vyjayah
Sanskrit
Vijnana Intelligent Vijnan,
Vijnanah
Sanskrit
Viking Viking Vikin, Vykin,
Vyking, Vykyn, Vykyng
Norse
Vila Wilful. A
form of William.
Vilah, Vyla,
Vylah
Czech
Viliami Protector Polynesian
Vilhelm Wilful. A
form of Wiliam.
Swedish
Vimal Purity Vylmal Hebrew
Vinal Vine hall. This was from a surname
meaning vine hall.
Vinall Middle English
Vinay Polite Vynay Hindi
Vince /
Vinnie
Conqueror,
Victor.
Vinni, Vinnie,
Vinny, Vinse, Vynce, Vynse, Vynni, Vynnie, Vynny, Vyny
Latin,
Australian
Vincent Conqueror,
Victor.
Vicen,
Vikenty (Russian), Vincante, Vincence, Vincencio (Italian), Vincente
(Spanish, Italian), Vincentij (Slavic), Vincentius (Dutch), Vincently,
Vincents (Danish), Vincenty (Polish), Vincentz (German), Vincezio,
Vencenz (German), Vineze, Vinezio, Vinicent, Vinsin, Vinsint, Vinson,
Vinsyn, Vinsynt, Vinsynte, Vyncen, Vyncent, Vyncent, Vyncin, Vyncint,
Vyncinte, Vyncyn, Vyncynt, Vyncynte, Vynsynt
Latin
Vindo Fun. Vyndo Hindi
Vine Vineyard
worker.
Vine, Viner,
Vyn, Vyne, Vyner
Old French
Vinson Son
of Vincent
Old English
Vinsun Vincent’s
son, Son of the victorious one.
Vinsan,
Vinsen, Vinsin, Vinson, Vinsyn, Vynsan, Vynsen, Vynsin, Vynson, Vynsyn
Old English
Viper Snake Vyper Latin
Virgil Flourishing,
Blooming, Staff; Bearer.
Vergel,
Vergill, Virgille (French), Virgillion, Virgilo (Italian), Virgo,
Vurgil, Vurgyl, Vyrgil, Vyrgyl
Latin
Vishesh Special Sanskrit
Vishva One who has
everything.
Vishvah Sanskrit
Vishwesh The Lord
Almighty.
Sanskrit
Visvaldis Ruler of all. Visvaldya,
Vysvaldis, Vysvaldys
Latvian
Vitalis Alive, Alert,
Life
Vital, Vitale
(French, German, ITalian), Vitalij (Russian), Vitaliss, Vitalys,
Vitalyss, Vjita (Bohemian), Vitus, Vyta, Vytal, Vytalis, Vytalys
Latin
Vitas Full of life.
The short form of Davita, belove. The masculine formo f Vita.
Vidal, Vadale,
Viel, Vitalis, Vytas
Latin
Vito Alive. Vitto, Vyto,
Vytto, Witold (Polish)
Latin
Vitorio Conqueror Spanish
Vittorio Conqueror Italian
Vitus From the
forest.
Vytus French
Vivek Widom Hindi
Vivian Full of life.
The masculine form of Vivien.
Fithian,
Fivian, Phythian, Vivien, Vyvian, Vyvien, Vyvyan, Zivian, Zyvian
Latin
Vlad  Powerful
Prince. A short form of Vladimir and Vladislav.
Vladd Slavic
Vladimir Powerful Prince. Ladimir,
Ladislaw, Laidislaw, Valdemar (French, German, Danish), Vladamar,
Vladimer, Vladislau (Polish), Vladyslav, Vladmir, Vladymar, Vladymer,
Vladymir, Vladymyr
Slavic
Vladivoj Ruling army. Vladivo,
Vladyvoj
Russian
Vladlen Powerful lion
prince. A combination of Lennard and Vladimir.
Vladan,
Vladin, Vladon Vladyn
Russian,
Germa
Vlado To rule. Slavic
Vlas One who
stammers.
Russian
Vogel Bird Vogal, Vogil,
Vogol Vogyl
German
Voitto Winner Voytto Finnish
Vojciech Warrior Cojlech,
Vojtech
Vojlech,
Vojtech
Volker Folk person. German
Volley Flying,
Soaring.
Volea, Voleah,
Volee, Voleigh, Voley, Voli, Vlie, Vollea, Volleah, Vollee, Volleigh,
Vooli, Vollie, Vollon, Volney, Voly
Latin
Volney The people’s
spirit.
Volnee, Volni,
Volnie, Volny
Teutonic
Volo Will Esperanto
Volya The people’s
ruler.
Russian
Von Of or from. Vonn German
Vortigern The great
king.
Vortigerne,
Vortygern, Vortygerne
Celtic
Voshon The grace of
God.
African
American
Vova Ruler of the
people.
Vovah Russian
Voytek Consoling the
host.
Vojtech
(Slovak), Vojtek (Bulgarian, Czech), Voyt, Wojciech (Polish), Wojtek,
Wozzek (German)  
Polish
Vratislav Brilliant,
Famous.
Vratislava Slavic
Vuc Wolf Vuk Slavic
Vukmil Wolf of love. Vucmil,
Vukmil, Vukmyl
Slavic
Vyasa Order Viasa, Vyasah Sanskrit