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American Names Starting With V

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American

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Valley is of American origin. It is traditionally a girl's name. The meaning of Valley is ‘low-lying land between hills or mountains’ if considered purely as an English noun. It is not commonly used as a given name and rarely as a surname. A well-known personality with the name is Mark Valley an...

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American

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The meaning of Valonia is 'a shallow valley', according to its Latin origin. The name is a combination of the Latin words 'val', meaning 'valley', and 'onia', meaning 'shallow'. It is most common in the United States and the United Kingdom....

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American

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Valora is a name of Latin and American origins. The meaning of Valora is 'courageous, brave’ and it comes from the Latin word 'valens'. In Esperanto, Valora means ‘valuable’. Val is a diminutive of the name Valora. It is not a commonly used name. Valora Noland is a retired American actress who...

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American

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Valtina is a diminutive of Valentina or a fusion of Valerie and Tina. It has American and Latin origins. The meaning of Valtina generally is the same as Valentine, which comes from the Latin word 'valens' meaning 'strong'. A village known as Valtina can be found in Valga, Estonia. This village has o...

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American

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Van is a name of Dutch and American origin. In American origin, Van is usually a short form of Evan or Ivan. In Dutch, 'van' means 'of' and is usually used as part of a surname. Van is rarely used as a person’s name, but it is well-known as the brand name ‘Vans’ who make a range of popular sho...

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American

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American

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Babies have eternally been considered a gift of God, and if it is usually a boy, what can be better than naming him 'Vashon'? The meaning of Vashon is 'God is merciful and gracious', referring to the popular Christian belief that God's mercy extends to everyone and that God even pardons his sinners....

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American

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The meaning of Veanna is 'honest' and 'benevolent' and the name is of American origin. It is a variant of the name Anna, meaning 'gift' or 'gracious'. It is also an anglicized variant of the Spanish name, Vianna which means 'living'. It can also said to be associated with the name Vienna, meaning 'b...

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American

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This name has American origins and Vilayna is a combination of the names, Victoria and Elena. Victoria means 'victory' and Elena means 'bright', so the meaning of Vilayna is taken from those two words, 'victory' and 'bright'. It is a variant of the name Vilayana which is of Sanskrit origin meaning '...

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American

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Veit is an American version of the German name Veith and is commonly used to name boys. The meaning of Veit is ‘lively’ or ‘wide’. The name Veit is also related to the Latin name Vitalis. The name Veit has a numerological value of 2, and people associated with the two are known to be diploma...

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