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Popular Baby Names , origin Latin

Name Meaning Gender Origin
Verda Unspoiled. Female Latin
Verna Bom in the spring. Female Latin
Verona Variant of Veronica: True image; honest image. Female Latin
Veronica true image Female Latin
Veronika Honest. Female Latin
Vesper evening Female Latin
Vespera Eveningstar. Female Latin
Vesperia Eveningstar. Female Latin
Vespira Eveningstar. Female Latin
Vesta guardian of the sacred fire Female Latin
Veta Life. Female Latin
Vevina sweet lady Female Latin
Vicki Diminutive of Victoria: Victory; triumphant. Famous Bearer: Queen Victoria (1819-1901). Female Latin
Vickie Diminutive of Victoria: Victory; triumphant. Famous Bearer: Queen Victoria (1819-1901). Female Latin
Vicky Diminutive of Victoria: Victory; triumphant. Famous Bearer: Queen Victoria (1819-1901). Female Latin
Victor victor Male Latin
Victoria victory Female Latin
Victorine Feminine form of Victor: Conqueror. Female Latin
Victriv Triumphant. Female Latin
Victriva Triumphant. Female Latin
Vidonia vine branch Female Latin
Vienna from wine country Female Latin
Vigilia Alert. Female Latin
Vikki Diminutive of Victoria: Victory; triumphant. Famous Bearer: Queen Victoria (1819-1901). Female Latin
Viktoria Triumphant. Female Latin
Vincent conquering Male Latin
Vincentia Triumphant. Female Latin
Vinnie Diminutive of Lavinia: In classical mythology, Lavinia was the daughter of King Latinus and the wife of Trojan hero Aeneas, who named the city Lavinium in her honour. Female Latin
Vinny Diminutive of Lavinia: In classical mythology, Lavinia was the daughter of King Latinus and the wife of Trojan hero Aeneas, who named the city Lavinium in her honour. Female Latin
Viola Flower. Female Latin
Violet violet Female Latin
Virdia Young and budding. Female Latin
Virdis Young and budding. Female Latin
Virdisa Young and budding. Female Latin
Virdisia Young and budding. Female Latin
Virgena Chaste; virginal. Female Latin
Virgene Chaste; virginal. Female Latin
Virgil unknown Male Latin
Virgilia Staff bearer. Female Latin
Virgina Chaste; virginal. Female Latin
Virginia chaste, maiden Female Latin
Viridianai Green. An Italian saint's name. Female Latin
Viridis youthful and blooming Female Latin
Virilis Fortuna's surname. Female Latin
Virtus Virtue. Female Latin
Vita life Female Latin
Vitia Life. Female Latin
Vito conquerer Male Latin
Vittoria Triumphant. Female Latin
Viv Diminutive of Viva: Alive. Female Latin
Viva Alive. Female Latin
Vivia Variant of Viva: Alive. Female Latin
Vivian living, lively Female Latin
Viviana Lively. Female Latin
Vivianna Variant of Vivien. In Malory's Mort d'Arthur Vivien was the Lady of the Lake; also the enchantress of Merlin. Female Latin
Vivianne Variant of Vivien. In Malory's Mort d'Arthur Vivien was the Lady of the Lake; also the enchantress of Merlin. Female Latin
Vivienne Lively. Female Latin
Volupia Sensual pleasure. Female Latin
Voteporix Male Latin
VTronique Variant of Veronica: 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. Female Latin
Vyvyan Variant of Viva: Alive. Female Latin
Xanthe A Amazon. Female Latin
Xuxa Lily. Nickname for Susana used by the hostess of a popular Brazilian children's TV show. Female Latin
Yabel Lovable. Female Latin
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