What does Verda mean?
Verda [ver-da] as a name for girls is of Spanish and Latin derivation, and the name Verda means "faith; green; spring green". Verda is a variant form of Vera (Russian, Slavic). Verda is also a variation of Verde (Spanish). Verda is also used as a variation of Verna (Latin).
Verda▼ has 1 variant: Verdie▼.
Verda has 20 more different relations via Vera, Verde, Verna: Veera, Veira, Veradis, Verasha, Verdell, Vere, Verena, Verene, Verica, Verina, Verine, Verinka, Verka, Verla▼, Verne, Verneta, Vernie▼, Vernis, Vernita and Virna.Creative forms:
(female) Verra, Verva, ..
(male) Verdal, Verya, .. Middle name pairings:
Verda Wren (V.W.), ..
How popular is Verda?
Verda is a very popular first name for females (#1158 out of 4276, Top 27%) and a slightly less popular last name for both adults and children (#126400 out of 150436, Top 84%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Verda reached its peak rank of #379 in the U.S. during the years 1890-1899, but is not listed at the moment. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Popular alternative forms of Verda listed in the Top 2000 are Vera (#312 from current records), Verne, Vernie, Vernita, Verna, Verena, Verdell, Verdie and Verla. Other variants, like Verasha, are seldom used. Adoption of these forms of Verda was common among parents during the years 1910-1919 (median #864) and has become significantly less since (#1831, ▼87.6%), with versions like Verda falling out of fashion.
Verda▼ is alike in pronunciation to Varda and Vardia. Other recommended names are Aeeda, Arda, Beda, Darda, Erda, Garda, Geerda (see Gerda), Gerda, Heda, Hedda, Heida, Ieeda, Jenda, Kelda, Kenda, Leda, Leida, Lenda, Leoda, Leyda, Meda▼, Narda, Neda, Nedda, Nelda▼, Nerida, Norda, Reda, Reeda, Reida, Selda, Valda, Vanda, Varka, Varya, Veda▲, Veeda, Veena, Veeta, Veeva, Vega, Veida, Veina, Velda▼, Vellda, Velma▼, Vena▼, Venia, Venna, Verdad, Verita, Verly, Veron, Verona▼, Veryna, Vesta▼, Veta, Vida▼, Vieda, Vonda▼, Warda, Welda, Wenda, Zelda▲ and Zenda. These names tend to be less commonly used than Verda.See names in meaning and etymology.