Val▼. Uncommon. Val (cf. Danyal, Jammal) ends with the popular masculine -al. Gender-neutral name.
Valdemar, means "renowned leader". Valdemar (upper 84%), like Baldelomar (upper 80%), Vollmar (15%), is a common -mar suffix surname.
Valente, means "valiant". Unique. Valente, like Armante, Dante, ends with the popular masculine-sounding -nte. See also Valentyn.
Valentine▼, var. Val▼, Valen, Vallen, Valentyn, Valentin▼, Valentino, Valentijn, Valentinus, Valentinian, means "strong, healthy". Valentine and variants became less trendy last year, falling on average -16 rankings as birth names with Valentin leading the decline.
Vali. Vali is a scarce men's name, appearing regularly (top 66%) as a surname. See also Vaile.
Vance▼, means "marshland". Usage of Vance as a children's name in 2014 was 48.1% less than 2004. See also Yance.
Vander. Vander (top 23%), like Wander (top 14%), Mander (25%), is a popular -nder suffix last name. See also Xander.
Vandyke, means "of the dyke". Uncommon. Vandyke (cf. Brooke, Falke) ends with the favored masculine -ke.
Vane, means "banner". Popular as last name. Compare Vane (top 22%) with popular -ane surnames Hane (top 13%), Dwane (96%). See also Bane.
Vanya, means "God is gracious". Vanya (cf. Saya, Pandya) is a popular -ya suffix surname. Gender-neutral name.
Varten, means "rose giver". A seldom-used birth name. See also Barten.
Veltry. Veltry is rarely adopted as a baby name.
Verdell, var. Vernell, means "green, flourishing". Popular as last names, and Verdell (top 29%), Vernell (87%) are similar to popular surnames Verden (top 59%), Verdile (72%), which also start with Ver-.
Vere. Unique. Vere, like Belvedere, Squire, ends with the popular androgynous -re. Gender-neutral name.
Vermont, means "green mountain". Popular as last name. Compare Vermont (upper 60%) and common Ver- surnames Verona (upper 30%), Verost (78%).
Verrier, means "glassblower". Verrier is uncommonly used as a masculine name, existing commonly (top 21%) as a last name. See also Ferrier.