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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Viheke

Little woman

German

Viktoriya

Victory

Russian

Vilayna

Combination Name

American

Vilda

Wild

Scandinavian

Vilina

Dedicated

Indian (Sanskrit)

Ville

Town

French

Villetta

From the countly estate

French

Vinanti

Request

Indian (Sanskrit)

Vinata

Humble

Indian (Sanskrit)

Vinaya

Modest

Indian (Sanskrit)

Vine

Vineyard Worker

English

Vinga

Wing

Scandinavian

Vione

White, Fair

American

Viradecthis

A Tungrian goddess

Anglo-Saxon

Virendra

Brave Noble Person

Indian (Sanskrit)

Virgo

The Virgin

Latin

Virika

Brave One

Indian (Sanskrit)

Visala

Celestial

Indian (Sanskrit)

Visola

Longings are Waterfalls

African

Vitalia

Full of Life

Italian

Vlora

A city in Albania

American

Voleta

Veiled

French

Voletta

Veiled

French

Von

Probably an alternative spelling of Vaughn

American

Vondila

American invention

American

Vonte

Created Name

American

Voshell

Fox

Dutch

Voss

Fox

German

Vova

Famous rule

Russian

Vox

Voice

Latin

Vui

Cheerful

Vietnamese

Vyomini

Divine

Indian (Sanskrit)

Vyra

Truth

American

Vanny

A diminutive form of Vanessa.

Veleda

“The virgin prophetess,” in allusion to a Germanic maiden revered for her prophetic prowess.

German

Verecunda

“The bashful one,” from the Latin verecundus, shy.

Latin

Victorian

A variant form of Victoria.

Vietta

A diminutive form of Viola or Violet.

Viette

A variant spelling of Vietta.

Vingy

A diminutive form of Virginia.

Virida

“Fresh, like the green stuff of spring,” from the Latin viriclis, green.

Latin

Vitaliana

A variant form, regarded as German, of Vita and Vivian.

German

Vivvie

A diminutive form of Vivian.

Volette

A variant spelling of Voletta.

Volupa

“She who is desired,” from the Latin volup, desired, wished, etc.

Latin

Volupia

“Sensual pleasure,” in allusion to the Volupia of Roman lore who was the symbol of sensual delight.

Volupta

“The joy-giver,” from the Latin Vohiptas, the goddess of pleasure.

Latin

Vyvian

A variant spelling of Vivian.