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Name Meaning Pronunciation Derivations Origin
Vada Valourous, Brave. Veida (Spanish) Latin
Vach Speech Vac Sanskrit
Vachya Speaking Vachia, Vachiah, Vachyah Hindi
Vaha Open sea. Vah Tongan
Vail From the valley. Vailee, Vailey, Vaili,
Vailie, Vaily, Vale, Valee, Valey, Valie, Valy, Vayl, Vayle
English
Vailea Talking water. Vaileah, Vailee, Vailei,
Vaileigh, Vailey, Vaili, Vailie, Vaily, Vaylea, Vayleah, Vaylee,
Vaylei, Vayleigh, Vayley, Vayli, Vaylie, Vayly
Polynesian
Vaino Self-obsessed, vain. Vaina, Vainah, Vaine,
Vanite, Vanitey, Vaniti, Vanitie, Vanity
Latin
Vaitafe Stream Vaytafe Tongan
Val Power. Strength. The
short form of Valerie, Strong, Brave, Healthy
Vale, Vall, Valle Latin
Vala Chosen Valah, Valla, Vallah Gothic, German
Valancia Strength Valanca, Valence,
Valenciah, Valencya, Valencyah
Latin
Valarie Strength,
valor
Valeria,
Valerie, Vallerie
Valasquita Powerful protector. Valasquitah, Valasquitta,
Valasquittah
Teutonic
Valborga Protecting ruler,
guardian.
Valborg, Valborgah Teutonic
Valda Hero ruler of the battle. Valdah, Valma, Valmah Old Norse
Valencia Bravery. Strong. Healthy Valenciah, Valencya,
Valencyah
Spanish
Valene Strength Valaina, Valainah,
Valaine, Valean, Valeana, Valeanah, Valeane, Valeda, Valeen, Valeena,
Valeenah, Valeene, Valena, Valeney, Valien, Valina, Valine, Vallan,
Vallana, Vallanah, Vallane, Vallen, Vallena, Valenah, Vallene, Vallina,
Vallinah, Valline, Vallyna, Vallynah, Vallyne
Latin
Valentia Strong princess. Valena, Valentiah,
Valentya, Valentyah
Latin, Italian
Valentina Health
or love, Strong, Brave
Valeda, Valencia,
Valenteana, Valenteane, Valenteen, Valenteena, Valenteene, Valentia,
Valentin, Valentina, Valentine, Valentyn, Valentyna, Valentyne, Valida,
Validah, Valyda, Valydah
Latin
Valentine Health
or love, Strong, Brave
See Valentina Latin
Valerie Strong, Brave, Healthy Valaree, Valaria,
Valariah, Vale, Valeri, Valeria (Italian), Valeriah, Valery, Valerye,
Valeska, Valry, Valori, Valorie, Valory, Valorya, Valoryah, Vallerie,
Vallery
Latin
Valerina Anagram of Valerian. To
make strong, To be healthy. From Valerian which is a plant. 
Italian
Valeska Powerful princess. The
feminine form of Vladyslav.
Valeskah Polish, Slavic
Valley From the valley. Valea, Valeah, Valee,
Valei, Valeigh, Valey, Vali, Valia, Valiah, Vallea, Valleah, Vallee,
Vallei, Valleigh, Valli, Vallia, Valliah, Vallie, Vally, Valy, Valya,
Valyah
English
Valli Strength. A form of
Valerie. Strong, brave, healthy; From the valley.
Valea, Valeah, Valee,
Valei, Valeigh, Valey, Vali, Valia, Valiah, Vallea, Valleah, Vallee,
Vallei, Valleigh, Valley, Vallia, Valliah, Vallie, Vally, Valy, Valya,
Valyah
Latin, Old English
Vallia Powerful protector. Valia, Valiah, Valliah,
Vallya, Vallyah
Spanish
Vallonia Acorn Valloniah, Vallonya,
Vallonyah, Valona, Valonah, Valoniah, Valonya, Valonyah
Latin
Valma May flower; Protector;
Battle
Valmah, Valmai (Welsh),
Valmar, Valmara, Valmarah
Welsh; German; Finish
Valonia Strong, brave,
courageious one who is alone; From the lonely valley.
Lonia, Loniah, Vallonia,
Valloniah, Vallonya, Vallonyah, Valoniah, Valione, Valionee, Valioney,
Valioni, Valionia, Valioniah, Valionie, Valiony, Valionya, Valionyah,
Valyona, Valyonah, Valyonia, Valyoniah, Valyony, Valyonya, Valyonyah
Latin; Old English
Valonu Belonging to the valley. Valona, Valonah, Valone Latin
Valora Brave, strong,
courageous.
Valorah, Valore, Valoree,
Valorey, Valori, Valoria, Valoriah, Valory, Valorya, Valoryah, Valorye
Latin
Valtina
Health
or love
Valentina,
Valentine
Valua Desired, important. Valuah, Value Latin, English
Vana Sea urchin. Vanah, Vanna, Vannah Polynesian
Vanaja Daughter of the forest. Vanaia, Vanaiah, Vanajah,
Vanya, Vanyah
Hindi
Vanalika Sunflower. Vanalikah, Vanalyka,
Vanalykah
Hindi
Vanda Stem; Wander. A form of
Wanda.
Vandah Teutonic; German
Vandani Honourable Vandanee, Vandaney,
Vandani, Vandanie, Vandany
Hindi
Vanessa Butterfly Vanassa, Vanesa, Vanesha,
Vaneshia, Vanesia, Vanesse, Vanessee, Vanessia, Vanessica, Vanetta,
Vanexa, Vania, Vaniah, Vaneice, Vaniessa, Vanija, Vanika, Vanisa,
Vaniss, Vanissa, Vanisse, Vanissee, Vanita, Vanna, Vannah, Vannessa,
Vannesse, Vannessee, Vannia, Vanniah, Vannysa, Vannysah, Vannyssa,
Vanyssah, Vanysa, Vanysah, Vanyssa, Vanyssah
Greek
Vanetta Little one of nobility,
Belonging to or from. The feminie form of Van.
Vaneta, Vanetah, Vanete,
Vanett, Vanettah, Vanette
Dutch
Vana Sea urchin;
Fulfillment
Vanah, Vanna, Vannah Polynesian; African
Vani Voice Vanee, Vaney, Vanie, Vany Hindi
Vania God is gracious. The
feminine form of Ivan.
Vanea, Vaneah, Vaniah,
Vannea, Vanneah, Vannia, Vanniah, Vannie, Vannya, Vannyah, Vanya,
Vanyah
Hebrew
Vanilla Sweetly scented, The
vanilla bean plant.
Vanila, Vanilah, Vanillah,
Vanyla, Vanylah, Vanylla, Vanyllah
Latin, English
Vanja God is gracious. Vanjah, Vanya Scandinavian
Vanka Graceful. The Russian
form of Ann/e.
Vancan, Vancka, Vankah,
Vankia, Vankiah, Vankya, Vankyah
Russian, Hebrew
Vanna High Vana, Vanah, Vania,
Vaniah, Vannah, Vannia, Vanniah, Vannya, Vannyah, Vanya, Vanyah
English
Vanni Graceful. The Italian
form of Ann/e.
Vanea, Vanee, Vaney, Vani,
Vania, Vaniah, Vanie, Vanna, Vannah, Vanne, Vannee, Vanney, Vannie,
Vanny, Vany
Italian, Hebrew
Vanora White wave. Vanorah, Vanorea, Vanoree,
Vanorey, Vanori, Vanoria, Vanoriah, Vanorie, Vanory, Vanorya, Vanoryah,
Vevay
Celtic
Vantrice From the harvest. Vantricia, Vantriciah,
Vantricya, Vantricyah, Vantrise, Vantrisia, Vantrisiah, Vantrisya,
Vantrisyah, Vantrysia, Vantrysiah, Vantrysya, Vantrysyah
Greek
Vanya Graceful. A form of
Ann/e.
Vania, Vaniah, Vanja,
Vannia, Vanniah, Vannja, Vannya, Vannyah, Vanyah
Russian, Hebrew
Vara Cautious Varah, Varia, Variah Norse
Varina Stranger Slavic
Varvara Form of Barbera. Means stranger. Slavic
Vashti Beautiful Persian
Veda Wise Sanskrit
Vedette Guardian Italian
Vega One who falls. Arabic
Velda Wise Old German
Veliya One who is great. Slavic
Velma Desire
to protect.
Velvet Soft, velvety. Latin
Venetia Kind, Merciful. Another
form of Venice; The Celtic form of Beatrice. She brings joy and
happiness. 
Vernda, Veneta, Venetiah,
Venita, Vinetia, Vinetiah, Vinita, Vinitah, Vynita, Vynitah, Vynyta,
Vynytah
Latin; Celtic
Venice Geographical – a
city in Italy.
Veneece, Venyce Italian
Ventura Brave in the face of
danger; Fortunate, Lucky.
Venturah, Venture Latin; Spanish
Venus Goddess of love and
beauty.
Venisa, Venita,
Venusa, Venussa, Venys, Vinita, Vynita, Vynys, Vynyta
Latin
Vera Faithful, Loyal; Truth Veradis, Verah,
Verena, Verene, Verenia, Vereniah, Verina, Verine, Verla, Verra
(Slavic), Vjera, Vyra, Vyrah
Russian; Latin
Veradis Faithful Veradissa, Veradisse,
Veradys, Veradysa, Veradyss, Veradyssa
Latin
Verbena Sacred branch. Verbeen, Verbeena,
Verbeene, Verben, Verbene, Verbin, Verbina, Verbine, Verbyn, Verbyna,
Verbyne
Latin
Verda Rose; Fresh. Verdah Persian; Latin
Verdad Truthful Verdada Spanish
Verdi Green like
springtime.
Verda, Verdah,
Verdea, Verdee, Verdey, Verdi, Verdie, Verdy, Verne, Vernique, Vernita,
Vernona, Virida, Viridis, Virdisa, Virdisah, Virdys, Virdysa, Virdysah,
Vyrdis, Vyrdisa, Vyrdisah, Vyrdys, Vyrdysa, Vyrdysah
Latin
Verena Defender Verenah Old German
Verity Truth Veritie Latin
Verna Youthful
Veronica The
truth
Veronike (German), Veronique (French) Latin
Vesna Spring, Originate Vesnah Slavic, Croation
Vespera Evening Latin
Vesta Goddess of the home. Vestah Latin
Vevila Melodious lady. Irish
Vi Violet
flower
Violet,
Viola
Vicki Victorious Victoria,
Vicky, Vickie
Latin
Vicky Victorious Victoria,
Vicki, Vickie
Latin
Victoria Victorious Vicki, Vicky Latin
Vida Loved, beloved. A feminine form of David. Vidah, Vyda, Vydah Hebrew
Vidonia Vine branch. Portuguese
Vienna Graceful.
Geographical – The capital of Austria.
Veena, Veenah, Vena,
Venah, Venia, Venna, Vennah, Vennia, Viana, Vianah, Viannah, Vienetta,
Vienette, Vienne, Vina, Vinah, Vyana, Vyanah, Vyanna
Hebrew, Latin
Vigilia Awake, Alert. Vigilia, Vigiliah,
Vijilis, Vijiliah, Vygilia, Vygyliah, Vyjilia, Vyjiliah
Latin
Vigilu Alert, vigilant. Vigula, Vygilu,
Vygylu
Latin
Vignette Little vine. Vignet, Vigneta,
Vgnete, Vignett, Vignetta, Vygnet, Vygneta, Vytgnete, Vygnett,
Vygnetta, Vygnette
French
Villette From the country estate. French
Vincentia One who conquers. A feminine form of Vincent. Latin
Vinita Goddess of love (Venus). Latin
Viola Violet flower. Violet, Vi Italian
Violante Violet Spanish
Violet Violet flower. Vi, Viola, Violetta (Italian), Violette (French) Latin
Virgelu One who carries a staff. Latin
Virginia Virginal, pure. Virginie (French) Latin
Viridis Freshly blooming. Latin
Virtue Purity Vertue, Virtu, Vyrtu,
Vyrtue
Latin
Visolela Imagination Visolelah, Vysolela African
Vita / Vital Full of life. The short
form of Davita, beloved.
Vida, Vidah, Vidal,
Vitalian, Vitaliana, Vitalianah, Vitaliane, Vyta, Vytah
Latin
Vittoria Victory Vitoria, Vitoriah,
Vittoriah, Vittorya, Vytoria, Vytoriah, Vyttoria, Vyttoriah
Italian
Viv / Viva Full of life, Springtime.
The short form of Vivien.
Vivah, Vive, Viveca
(Scandinavian), Vivecah, Viveka, Vyv, Vyva, Vyvah
Latin
Vivian Gracious in life, Full of
life.
Vivay, Viveca, Vivia,
Viviann, Vivianna (Italian), Viviannah, Vivianne, Viviem, Vivien, Vivienne,
Vivyan, Vivyanne, Vyan, Vyvyann, Vyvyanna, Vyvyanne
Latin
Viviana Gracious in life, Full of
life.
Italian
Vivienne Gracious in life, Full of
life, Harworking, Ambitious.
Vivian, vivy, vivvy German
Vixen Female fox. Vyxen Latin
Vjera Faith Vjerah Russian
Vlasta Powerful princess,
Glorious cheif. The feminine form of Vladyslav.
Vlastah Slavic
Voila Behold Voilah, Voyla, Voylah French
Volante Flying, Soaring. Volanta, Volantah Italian
Voleta Flowing well. Volet, Volett, Voletta,
Volete, Volita, Volitt, Volitta, Volitte, Volyta, Volytah, Volyte,
Volytt, Volytta, Volyttah, Volytte
Old French
Vonny A short form of Veronica. Truthful. Latin
Voula Short for Stavroula Greek
Vynka