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German Names Starting with V

Whether you’re looking for a name for your child, a new pet, or even a character in a story you’re writing, there are tons of ideas out there. We’ve compiled helpful guides of names and their meanings...
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German

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The meaning of Vada is 'famous ruler'. Of German origin, the name garnered popularity due to its association with the main character Vada Sultenfuss in the book and movie 'My Girl'. A famous person named Vada is Vada Mescudi, the daughter of the musician Kid Cudi.

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German

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The meaning of Valda is 'power', 'rule' and it is of German origin. Valda is feminine version of the German name Wald. Famous people named Valda include Valda Rose Aveling, an Australian pianist, harpsichordist and clavichordist; Valda Setterfield, an English dancer and actress and Valda Emily Unthank, an Australian cyclist. Valda was also the name of the Iron Maiden character in the DC Comics.

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German

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The meaning of Varick is ‘rulers who defend or protect’. It is a name typically given to boys and is of German origin. The name is considered a derivative of the name Warwick which comes from the words ‘wer’ and ‘weir’ meaning ‘dam’ and ‘wíc’ meaning ‘settlement’. Varick is also believed to be made from the words 'valiant' meaning 'valiant' and 'ric' which means 'ruler'. Varick is the name of an American lawyer and politician regarded as ‘The Forgotten Founding Father'.

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German

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The meaning of Viveca is 'war,' 'alive' or 'war fortress' and it is of German origin. The renowned Swedish actress named Viveca Lindfors was a notable bearer of this name. Famous people named Viveca include Viveca Lindfors, a Finnish figure skater and Viveca Sten, a Swedish novelist. Viveca was also a character’s name in the movie 'Barbie And The Three Musketeers'.

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German

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The meaning of Von is 'son of' or 'from the family of', according to its German origin. In Norse, the name Von stands for 'hope'. Von is a variant of the Welsh name Vaughn, meaning 'little' or 'junior'. Famous people with this name include American professional basketball player Von Hayes, American soccer player Von Miller, and American saxophonist Von Freeman. The name also belongs to Von Wafer, an American professional basketball player.

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German

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The meaning of Vonda is 'of Saxony, true image, wanderer' and it is of German origin. It is a German variant of the name Wanda. Famous people named Vonda include Vonda Kay Van Dyke, winner of Miss America 1965; Vonda Shepard, an American singer and Vonda Neel McIntyre, an American novelist. Vonda Lockhart was a famous character on the British soap 'Emmerdale'.

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German

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The meaning of Voss is 'fox' and it is of German origin. The name is associated with the protagonist of Patrick White's novel 'Voss'.

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