Val. Seldom used as a name for kids, existing more conventionally as a last name. A name suitable for both genders.
Valda, var. Velda▼, Vallda, means "renowned ruler". Unique as a birth name for females now, though occurring commonly as a first name among the general female population in the US Census. The form Velda is popular as a version of Valda.
Valentina▲, var. Val, Vale, Vally, Valja, Valli, Valyn, Valen, Velora, Valera, Valida, .. 13 more, means "strong, healthy". The name Valentina has risen in popularity over time. The forms Vallie, Valene and Tena are common as variations of this name.
Valera. A seldom-used name for children that is used more conventionally as a surname. See also Valry.
Valerie▲, var. Val, Vale, Valry, Valka, Valery▼, Vallie▼, Valarie▼, Valorie▼, Vallery, Vallory, .. 13 more, means "strong, healthy". The variant forms Valerie and Valeria have increased in popularity over time since 1880-1889. The forms Valorie and Valeria are commonplace as variations of the name.
Valeska, means "splendid leader". Rarely used as a baby name. See also Valka.
Valley, var. Vallie▼, Vallia, Vallee. Valley is unconventional as a feminine name, occurring commonly (Top 8%) as a last name according to the US Census. The form Vallie is familiar as a version of this name.
Valora, var. Valory, Valoura, Valorya, Vallora, Valoria, Valorie▼, Valouria, means "brave, courageous". Valorie has waned in popularity as a birth name over the years. The form Valorie is commonly used as a version of this name.
Van, means "of". Seldom used as a given name for girls, Van is found more often as a surname. Name suitable for both sexes.
Vanda, var. Vonda▼, Vohnda, Vannda, Vahnda. A unique girls' name nowadays, though Vanda is still found commonly as a first name among females of all ages in the US Census. The form Vonda is familiar as a version of the name.
Vanessa▲, var. Van, Vanya, Venna, Vania, Vanna, Vaneza, Venesa, Vanita, Vanisa, Vanija, .. 36 more, means "butterfly". The name Vanessa has gained in popularity as a given name for baby girls over the years since 1880-1889. The variations Venetta, Vannessa, Vanita and Vanesa are generally used as variant forms of this name.
Vania, var. Vanya, Vanina, means "brings good news". Seldom used as a given name for girls nowadays, but existing regularly as a first name among the general female population in the US Census. See also Vinya.
Vanita, means "woman". A rare birth name for females nowadays, though occurring commonly as a first name among women in the community according to the US Census. See also Wanita.
Veda▼, var. Vida▼, Veta, Veida, Veeda, Vedis, means "knowledge, wisdom". Usage of the names Veda and Vida as names for babies has declined over the years since 1890. The variation Vida is commonplace as a variant form of the name.