Baby Girl names that start with  “  V “ and their  Meaning

 

Vada

German, meaning ‘famous ruler’.

Vafara

(alt. Vafarah, Vaphara, Vafaria, Vafarya)

French, meaning ‘brave’.

Vailea

(alt. Vaileah, Vaileigh, Vailee)

Polynesian, meaning ‘of the talking waters’.

Valbourga

(alt. Valah, Valla)

Swedish, meaning ‘great mountain’ and German, meaning ‘defensive ruler’.

Valda

(alt. Walda, Welda)

Teutonic, meaning ‘ruler’.

Valdis

(alt. Valdiss, Valdys, Valdyss)

Norse, meaning ‘goddess of the dead’, based on the mythological goddess of the same

name.

Vale

Shortened form of Valencia, meaning ‘strong and healthy’.

Valeda

(alt. Valedah, Valayada, Valyda)

Latin, meaning ‘strong woman’.

Valencia

(alt. Valancy, Valarece)

Latin, meaning ‘strong and healthy’.

Valene

(alt. Valeen, Valeane, Valine, Valien, Valyn)

Latin, alternative of Valentina, meaning ‘strong and healthy’.

Valentina

Latin, meaning ‘strong and healthy’.

Valentine

Latin, from the Saint of the same name.

Valeny

(alt. Val, Valenie)

American, meaning ‘hard’.

Valeria

Latin, meaning ‘to be healthy and strong’.

Valerie

(alt. Valarie, Valery, Valorie)

Latin, meaning ‘to be healthy and strong’.

Valeska

(alt. Waleska)

Slavic, meaning ‘magnificent ruler’.

Valetta

(alt. Valeda, Valeta, Valletta)

Latin, from the place of the same name.

Valia

(alt. Vallie)

Shortened form of Valerie, meaning ‘to be healthy and strong’.

Valiant

(alt. Valiante, Valeant, Valeante)

English, meaning ‘brave’.

Valkyrie

(alt. Valkry, Valkri,)

Scandinavian, meaning ‘selector of the slain’. In Norse mythology the Valkyries were

maidens who led those slain in battle to Valhalla.

Valma

(alt. Valmai)

Welsh, meaning ‘mayflower’ and Finnish, meaning ‘a devoted protector’.

Valonia

(alt. Vallonia, Vallonya)

Latin, meaning ‘of the valley’.

Valterra

(alt. Valterrah, Valyonia, Valteira)

American, meaning ‘from strong earth’.

Vanda

(alt. Vahnda, Vannda, Vanora)

German, alternative of Wanda, meaning ‘tribe of vandals’.

Vandana

Sanskrit, meaning ‘worship’.

Famous female singers

Amy (Winehouse)

Billie (Holiday)

Elaine (Paige)

Ella (Fitzgerald)

Etta (James)

Judy (Garland)

Julie (Andrews)

Leona (Lewis)

Lily (Allen)

Nina (Simone)

Vandani

Hindi, meaning ‘honourable’ or ‘worthy’.

Vanessa

(alt. Vanesa)

English, from the Gulliver’s Travels character of the same name.

Vanetta

(alt. Vanettah, Vaneta, Vanitta)

Greek, alternative of Vanessa, meaning ‘like a butterfly’.

Vangie

(alt. Vangy, Vangey, Vangee)

Greek, alterative of Evangelina, meaning ‘good news’.

Vani

Hindu, meaning ‘voice’ and Italian, alternative of Ann.

Vania

(alt. Vaniah, Vanea, Vanya)

Russian, alternative of Anna, meaning ‘grace’.

Vanity

Latin, meaning ‘self-obsessed’.

Vanmra

(alt. Vanmrah)

Russian, meaning ‘a stranger’ or ‘foreigner’.

Vanna

(alt. Vannah, Vana, Vanae)

Cambodian, meaning ‘golden woman’.

Vanora

(alt. Vannora, Vanorey, Vanory)

Scottish, meaning ‘from the white wave’.

Vanthe

(alt. Vanth, Vantha, Vanthia)

Greek, alternative of Xanthe, meaning ‘blonde’.

Varana

(alt. Varanna, Varanne, Varann)

Hindi, meaning ‘of the river’.

Varda

(alt. Vardah, Vardia, Vardina)

Hebrew, meaning ‘rose’.

Vardina

Hebrew, alternative of Varda, meaning ‘rose’.

No-nickname names

April

Beth

Dana

Joy

Jude

June

Karen

May

Varouna

(alt. Varounah)

Hindi, meaning ‘infinite’.

Varsha

(alt. Varshah)

Hindi, meaning ‘from the rain’.

Vartouhi

(alt. Vartoughi, Vartoughie, Vartouhie)

Armenian, meaning ‘as lovely as a rose’.

Varvara

(alt. Vara, Varenka, Varina)

Russian, Spanish and Czech alternative of Barbara, meaning ‘foreign’.

Vasanti

(alt. Vashtie, Vasanta, Vasantah)

Hindi, meaning ‘spring’.

Vashti

Persian, meaning ‘beauty’.

Vasta

(alt. Vassey, Vasey, Vasie)

Persian, meaning ‘beautiful’.

Vasteen

(alt. Vastien)

American, meaning ‘capable’.

Vaughn

(alt. Vaun, Vawn, Vaunne)

English, meaning ‘loved one’.

Vayu

(alt. Vayyu)

Hindi, meaning ‘air’.

Veda

Sanskrit, meaning ‘knowledge and wisdom’.

Vedette

(alt. Vedetta, Vedeah)

French, meaning ‘scout’ and Italian, meaning ‘sentry’.

Vedi

(alt. Vedy, Vedee, Vedea, Vedeah)

Sanskrit, meaning ‘wise’.

Vedis

(alt. Vedisse, Vedys, Vidis)

German, meaning ‘forest spirit’.

Vega

Arabic, meaning ‘falling vulture’.

Velda

German, meaning ‘ruler’.

Velika

(alt. Velyka, Velicka, Velycca)

Slavic, meaning ‘great’.

Vella

American, meaning ‘beautiful’.

Velma

English, meaning ‘determined protector’.

Venice

(alt. Venetia, Venita)

Latin, from the city of the same name.

Venus

Latin, from the Roman goddess of the same name.

Vevina

Scottish, meaning ‘pleasant lady’.

Vera

(alt. Verla, Verlie)

Slavic, meaning ‘faith’.

Verda

(alt. Verdie)

Latin, meaning ‘spring-like’.

Verena

Latin, meaning ‘true’.

Verity

Latin, meaning ‘truth’.

Verna

(alt. Vernie)

Latin, meaning ‘spring green’.

Verona

Latin, from the city of the same name.

Veronica

(alt. Verica, Veronique)

Latin, meaning ‘true image’.

Veruca

Latin, meaning ‘wart’.

Vesta

Latin, from the Roman goddess of the same name.

Vicenta

Latin, meaning ‘prevailing’.

Vicky

(alt. Vicki, Vickie, Vikki, Vix)

Shortened form of Victoria, meaning ‘victory’.

Victoria

Latin, meaning ‘victory’.

Vida

Spanish, meaning ‘life’.

Vidya

Sanskrit, meaning ‘knowledge’.

Vienna

Latin, from the city of the same name.

Vigdis

Scandinavian, meaning ‘war goddess’.

Vilina

Indian, meaning ‘dedicated’.

Villette

(alt. Vyllet)

French, meaning ‘little town’.

Vina

(alt. Vena)

Spanish, meaning ‘vineyard’.

Vinata

Indian, meaning ‘humble’.

Viola

Latin, meaning ‘violet’.

Violet

(alt. Violetta)

Latin, meaning ‘purple’.

Virgie

Shortened form of Virginia, meaning ‘maiden’.

Virginia

(alt. Virginie)

Latin, meaning ‘maiden’.

Virika

Indian, meaning ‘brave one’.

Visala

Sanskrit, meaning ‘celestial’.

Vita

Latin, meaning ‘life’.

Vittoria

Variation of Victoria, meaning ‘victory’.

Viva

Latin, meaning ‘alive’.

Viveca

Scandinavian, meaning ‘war fortress’.

Vivi

Latin, meaning ‘alive’.

Vivian

(alt. Vivien, Vivienne)

Latin, meaning ‘lively’.

Vivien

French alternative of Vivian, meaning ‘lively’.

Vonda

Czech, meaning ‘from the tribe of Vandals’.

Vova

Russian, meaning ‘famous ruler’.

Vyomini

Indian, meaning ‘divine’.

Vyra

American, meaning ‘truth’.

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