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Girl Names Starting with Ve-

Ve- baby names and what they mean, with 43 results. Ve- names are used more often as feminine names. Adoption of these girl names reached its apex during the years 1910-1919 (USAGE OF 1%) and has become much diminished since (USAGE 0.2%, DOWN 84%), with names such as Verona becoming somewhat dated. Veda (#900) is the most trendy baby name in this list, while Vezina (TOP 12%) and Veras (8%) are conventional Ve- surnames.

Ve- names

Veda - Venesa | Venetia - Vesta | Veta - Vevina

Veda - Venesa

Veda and variants

Veda1, var. Veta, Veida, Veeda1, Vedis
Based on Sanskrit. "Knowledge, wisdom." Vela is also a moderately common girl's name.

Vida and variants

Veeda2, Veda2
Forms of Vida. Source fr. Spanish word. "Life." Veda (UPPER 50%), comparable to Ueda (UPPER 19%), Deda (58%), is a common -da suffix last name.

Vedette, var. Vedetta
Root fr. Italian. "Sentry, scout." Not in popularity charts.

Var. of Vidonia. Derived fr. Portuguese element. "Vine branch." Uncommon. Veedonia is not found in the US Census.

Vina and variants

Veina, Vena, Veena
Var. of Vina. Based on Spanish. "Vineyard." Veena and Veina are more rarefied as birth names among the variations of Vina.

Vinia and variants

Venia, Veenya, Veenia
Var. of Vinia. Source fr. Latin element. Short form of Lavinia used as .. Less widespread today. Venia was the variation last recorded (the 1890s) in the Top 2000.

Form of Vita. Derivative of Latin. "Life." Not in Top 2000. See also Leeta.

Var. of Viva. Derivative of Latin element. "Alive." Not much used as a girls' name. See also Keeva.

Based on Arabic word. "Falling vulture." Not much used as a baby name, Vega exists more commonly as a surname. See also Vika.


Form of Valda. Stems fr. Old German word. "Renowned ruler." Somewhat common as a birth name, Velda is comparable to the common Verda. See also Zelda.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ve- names: Veda, Velda, Velinda, Velma, Velvet

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ve- names: Vena, Venessa, Venia, Veta

Velda2, var. Vellda
Derivative of Old German element. "Renowned ruler." Used somewhat frequently as birth names, Velda and Vellda are comparable to the familiar Verda.

Derivative of Slavic language. "Great, wondrous." Velica and Verlika are creative variations. See also Valka.


Form of Belinda. Based on Italian word. "Beautiful." Velinda is common as a baby name among the forms of Belinda. See also Delinda.


Var. of Wilhelmina. Derivative of Old German element. "Determined protector." Velma is generally used as a girls' name compared to other forms. See also Zelma.

Var. of Wilma. Stems fr. Old German word. "Determined protector." Velma was popular in the 1910s, but now, Velma has become less stylish. See also Zelma.

Velma3, var. Vellma, Vehlma
Based on Old German. "Determined protector." Velma is popular as a girls' name compared to Vehlma, Vellma.

Form of Valentina. Based on Latin. "Strong, healthy." Uncommon as a children's name, but Velora is comparable to the more common Delora. See also Valoura.


Root fr. English element. The name of the soft napped .. Velvet is familiar (TOP 54%) as a women's name.

Derived fr. Spanish. "Venerated." Venerada is unique as a girls' name.

Vanessa and variants

Vennisa, Vennessa, Vennesa, Venna, Venisha, Venishia, Veniesa, Venessea, Venetta, Venessa, Venesse, Venesha, Venesa
Forms of Vanessa. Based on Greek word. "Butterfly." Somewhat popular as baby names, Venna, Venesa, etc. are comparable to the conventional Verna.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Ve- names for girls.

1. Veda - Venesa
Veda [Veta, Veida, Veeda, Vedis], Vida [Veda, Veeda], Vedette [Vedetta], Vidonia [Veedonia], Vina [Vena, Veina, Veena], Vinia [Venia, Veenya, Veenia], Vita [Veeta], Viva [Veeva], Vega, Valda [Velda], Velda [Vellda], Velika, Belinda [Velinda], Wilhelmina [Velma], Wilma [Velma], Velma [Vellma, Vehlma], Valentina [Velora], Velvet, Venerada, Vanessa [Venna, Vennisa, Vennesa, Venisha, Vennessa, Venishia, ..]

Venetia [Venize, Venita, Venise, Vennice, Venizia, Venitia, ..], Venus [Venusa, Venusita, Venusina, Venusette], Vera [Verla, Verlene, Verushka, Veroshka, Verochka, Veruschka, ..], Guinevere [Vera], Verbena [Verbyna, Verbina, Verbeina, Verbeena], Verdad, Verde [Verda], Verena [Veryna, Verina, Vereena, Veruchka, Veruschka], Virginia [Verginya, Verginia], Varina [Verina], Verity [Verety, Verita, Veritie, Veretie], Beverly [Verly, Verlye, Verlie, Verlee], Verlene [Verlie, Verline], Verna [Vernis, Vernie, Vernita, Vernise, Vernice, Vernisha, ..], Laverne [Verne], Bernice [Vernice, Veronika, Veronike, Veronica, Veronique], Verona [Veron, Verone, Verowna], Veronica [Veronka, Veronqua, Veronike, Veronika, Veronique, Veroniqua, ..], Vespera [Vespers, Verperina], Vesta [Vesteria]

Elizabeth [Veta], Vivian [Vevay], Vevina

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