• Val
    The name Val is an English baby name. In English the meaning of the name Val is: Strong.; the name of more than 50 saints and three Roman emperors.
    Meaning: One who is strong and healthy, Origin: Latin
  • Vale
    The name Vale is an English baby name. In English the meaning of the name Vale is: Lives in the valley.
    Meaning: Valley, Origin: English
  • Valencia
    Latin Meaning: The name Valencia is a Latin baby name. In Latin the meaning of the name Valencia is: Brave.
    Meaning: One who is powerful, Strong, from the city of valencia, Origin: Latin
  • Valentina
    Valentina is a feminine given name. It is a feminine form of the Roman name Valentinus, which is derived from the Latin word "valens" meaning "healthy, strong".
    Meaning: One who is vigorous and healthy, Origin: Latin
  • Valentine
    Valentine is a unisex given name derived from the Roman family name Valentinus, which was derived from the Latin word valens, which means "strong and healthy." Valentine was the name of several saints of the Roman Catholic Church.
    Meaning: One who is strong and healthy, Origin: Latin
  • Valeria
    Valeria or Valéria is a female given name dating back to the Latin verb valere, meaning "to be strong". The male version is Valerius, Valerio or Valery. Valeria is also connected to the same root with the name, "Valentine," and "Valerian," or "Valeriana officinalis," the herb. ... It means "strong, healthy, or capable."
    Meaning: To be healthy, Origin: Latin
  • Valery
    The French name Valery (French: [valri]) is a given name or surname of Germanic origin Walaric (see Walric of Leuconay), that has often been confused in modern times with the Latin name Valerius—that explains the variant spelling Valéry (French: [valeri]).
    Meaning: To be healthy, Origin: Latin
  • Valiant
    Valiant. It's a good thing Valiant means brave because your little boy is going to need quite a bit of courage to live with this name. If it's the meaning drawing you to this name, try Conrad and Everett on for size instead.
    Meaning: Brave, Origin: English
  • Van
    The name Van is a Dutch baby name. In Dutch the meaning of the name Van is: Equivalent of 'de' in French names. Van was sometimes converted from a surname prefix to a given name by early immigrants to America.
    Meaning: God is gracious, Origin: Hebrew
  • Vann
    Vann Family History. Vann Name Meaning. English: topographic name for someone who lived by a fen or marsh (see Fenn).
    Meaning: Generous
  • Vanna
    The name Vanna is particular to the Tuscan province of Italy where usage originated during the Renaissance and became popular as a feminine first given name. Vanna is the feminine root form of Giovanni, the Italian cognate of John, meaning "God is gracious".
    Meaning: She who sifts, Origin: Italian
  • Vaughan
    Vaughan /ˈvɔːn/ and Vaughn are surnames, originally Welsh, though also used as a form of the Irish surname McMahon. Vaughan derives from the Welsh word bychan, meaning "small", and so corresponds to the English name Little.
    Meaning: Small, Origin: Welsh
  • Vaughn
    Vaughan /ˈvɔːn/ and Vaughn are surnames, originally Welsh, though also used as a form of the Irish surname McMahon. Vaughan derives from the Welsh word bychan, meaning "small", and so corresponds to the English name Little.
    Meaning: Small, Origin: Welsh
  • Vermont
    THE STATE NAME: Vermont is an English form of the name that French explorer Samuel de Champlain gave to Vermont's Green Mountains on his 1647 map. He called them "Verd Mont" meaning green mountain.
    Meaning: Green mountain, Origin: French
  • Vern
    The name Vern is an English baby name. In English the meaning of the name Vern is: Surname related to Vernon 'alder tree grove.' Also used as abbreviations of Vernon or Lavern.
    Meaning: From the alder-tree grove, Origin: Norse
  • Vernon
    Vernon is a surname, from a masculine name that is derived from the Gaul word vern for Alder tree (also springlike, flourishing, or full of life) and a Gaulish-Latin suffix indicating a location. ... Vernon was introduced into England as an aristocratic surname at the time of the Norman conquest.
    Meaning: From the alder-tree grove, Origin: Norse
  • Veronica
    The name Veronica is a Latin baby name. In Latin the meaning of the name Veronica is: True image; honest image. Biblical - from the maiden who handed Christ her handkerchief on the way to Calvary. His likeness miraculously appeared on the handkerchief, thus she received her name.
    Meaning: Displaying her true image, Origin: Greek
  • Vick
    The name Vick is a Latin baby name. In Latin the meaning of the name Vick is: Conqueror.
    Meaning: Victor, Origin: Latin
  • Vicki
    Latin Meaning: The name Vicki is a Latin baby name. In Latin the meaning of the name Vicki is: Victory; triumphant. Famous Bearer: Queen Victoria.
    Meaning: Conqueror, Victory, Origin: Latin
  • Vickie
    The name Vickie is a Latin baby name. In Latin the meaning of the name Vickie is: Victory; triumphant. Famous Bearer: Queen Victoria.
    Meaning: Conqueror, Victory, Origin: Latin
  • Vicky
    Latin Meaning: The name Vicky is a Latin baby name. In Latin the meaning of the name Vicky is: Victory; triumphant. Famous Bearer: Queen Victoria.
    Meaning: Conqueror, Victory, Origin: Latin
  • Vinnie
    The name Vinnie is an English baby name. In English the meaning of the name Vinnie is: Form of Vincent 'conquering.
    Meaning: Conquering, Origin: Latin
  • Violeta
    The name Violetta is an English baby name. In English the meaning of the name Violetta is: Violet. Viola was one of the heroine's in Shakespeare's play 'Twelfth Night'.
    Meaning: Violet, Origin: Latin
  • Virgil
    Virgil and Vergil are the most common modern English names used for the Roman poet Publius Vergilius Maro (70–19 BC). Virgil and Vergil are also given names or surnames made popular by the fame of Virgil. The etymology of the Latin name Vergilius/Virgilius is not known, but its meaning is hypothesized to be 'Vigil'.
    Meaning: The staff-bearer, Origin: Latin
  • Virginia
    Virginia is a feminine given name derived from the Ancient Roman family name Virginius, a name probably derived from the Latin word virgo, meaning "maiden" or "virgin."
    Meaning: One who is chaste, Origin: Latin
  • Virgo
    English: of uncertain origin. The surname coincides in form with Latin virgo, genitive virginis 'maiden', from which is derived (via Old French) modern English virgin. It is possible that the surname was originally a nickname for someone who had played the part of the Blessed Virgin Mary in a mystery play.
    Meaning: The virgin, Origin: Native American
  • Viridiana
    Viridiana (Spanish, Portuguese, Latin), Viridianne (French, English), Verdiana (Italian) is a female given name of Latin origin as well as the name of an Italian saint.
    Meaning: Young, fresh, Origin: Italian
  • Vivian
    Origin of the name Vivian: Cognate of the French Vivien (alive), a male name derived from the Latin Vivianus, which has its root in vivus (alive). Although in Great Britain it is occasionally bestowed upon females, the alternate spelling Vivien is the more common female form.
    Meaning: Lively woman, Origin: Latin
  • Viviana
    The name Viviana comes from the Italian origin. In Italian The meaning of the name Viviana is: Alive. Similar Names: Viviana ( English ) Bibiana ( Spanish )
    Meaning: Alive, Origin: Latin
  • Vivien
    Origin of the name Vivian: Cognate of the French Vivien (alive), a male name derived from the Latin Vivianus, which has its root in vivus (alive). Although in Great Britain it is occasionally bestowed upon females, the alternate spelling Vivien is the more common female form.
    Meaning: Alive, Origin: Latin