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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Vincent

Conquer

Latin

Victor

Champion

Latin

Vernon

Alder grove

French

Virgil

“A man of authority,” based on the Latin ver ger e (to bend), but ultimately on virgo, a staff of authority.

Latin

Van

Of

Danish

Vance

Marshland

English

Vicente

Prevailing

Latin

Vaughn

Little

Welsh

Vito

Life-giving

Latin

Vince

Prevailing

Latin

Valentin

Strong, healthy

Latin

Vern

Alder grove

French

Vincenzo

Prevailing

Latin

Valentino

Strong, healthy

Latin

Vladimir

Renowned prince

Slavic

Valentine

Strong, healthy

Latin

Verne

Alder grove

French

Vidal

Life-giving

Spanish

Val

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

Viktor

Champion

Latin

Varun

Water god

Indian (Sanskrit)

Verlin
Von

Hope

Scandinavian

Vincente

Prevailing

Latin

Vernell

Green, flourishing

French

Valente

Valiant

Portuguese

Vester

Latin

Vinson

Son of Vincent

English

Vikram

Stride

Indian (Sanskrit)

Victoriano

Champion

Latin

Vivek

Judicious, wise

Indian (Sanskrit)

Vasilios

Royal, kingly

Greek

Verlyn

Modern

Verle
Viraj

Splendor.

Indian (Sanskrit)

Virgilio

Latin

Vic

Champion

Latin

Viet
Vivian

Full of life

Latin

Vijay

Conquering

Indian (Sanskrit)

Vinny

Prevailing

Latin

Valdemar

Renowned leader

German

Vinay

Modest, Follows the Rules

Indian (Sanskrit)

Verlon
Vann

Of

Danish

Vergil

A variant spelling of Virgil.

Latin

Verner

Army defender

German

Valen

Strong, healthy

Latin

Vahe

Best

Armenian

Viggo