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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Va
Vachel

Small cow

French

Vachell

Small cow

French

Vaclav
Vada
Vaden
Vadhir
Vadim
Vadin

Of unknown meaning

Indian (Sanskrit)

Vaesna
Vahan
Vahe

Best

Armenian

Vaibhav
Vail

Valley

English

Vaile

Valley

English

Vaill

Valley

English

Vaishnav
Vaive atoish

Alights on the cloud (Cheyenne)

Native American

Vaiveahtoish

Alights on the cloud (Cheyenne)

Native American

Vajra

Thunderbolt

Indian (Sanskrit)

Val

“He who is able,” from the Latin valere, to be able or strong.

Valbert

“The dweller in the sunny valley,” based on the Old French val (a valley) and the Anglo-Saxon beorht (bright).

Anglo-Saxon

Vald

“The powerful one,” from the Anglo-Saxon weald, power.

Anglo-Saxon

Valdemar

Renowned leader

German

Valdemarr

Famous ruler

German

Valdez
Valdeze

Fierce One

American

Vale

Valley

English

Valen

Strong, healthy

Latin

Valencia
Valente

Valiant

Portuguese

Valentijn

Strong, healthy

Latin

Valentin

Strong, healthy

Latin

Valentine

Strong, healthy

Latin

Valentinian

Strong, healthy

Latin

Valentino

Strong, healthy

Latin

Valentinus

Strong, healthy

Latin

Valentyn

Strong, healthy

Latin

Valeri
Valeria
Valerian

Strong, healthy

Latin

Valerian

A variant form of Valerius.

Valeriano
Valerie
Valerien

Strong, healthy

Latin

Valerio

Strong, healthy

Latin

Valerius

Strong, healthy

Latin

Valeriy

Healthy, Of Good Cheer

Russian

Valery

Strong, healthy

Latin

Valeryan

Strong, healthy

Latin