Vadden - Origin: Welsh.
Vadim - Origin: Russian. Meaning: Powerful ruler, knowing one. Other meaning: "Attractive".
Valdemar - Origin: German. Meaning: Famous ruler.
Vale - Origin: English. Meaning: Lives in the valley. Variant forms: Vail, Valle.
Valentine - Origin: Latin. Meaning: Strong, healthy. Variant forms: Valentino (Italian), Valentin, Valente.
Valerian - Origin: Latin. Meaning: "Strong", or "Belonging to Valentine".
Valtteri - Origin: Finnish. Meaning: Finnish form of Walter, meaning ruler of the army.
Van - Origin: Dutch: Meaning: "Of".
Vance - Origin: English. Meaning: Marshland.
Vanya - Origin: Russian. Diminutive of Ivan. Meaning: Derived from Hebrew name meaning "God is gracious" or "Gracious gift of God".
Vardan - Origin: Armenian. Meaning: Rose.
Varian - Origin: Latin. Meaning: Variable.
Vasant - Origin: Sanskrit. Meaning: Spring Season.
Vasco - Origin: Spanish. Meaning: From the Medieval Spanish name Velasco which possibly meant "crow" in Basque, a language native to France and Spain.
Vasek - Origin: Slavic. Meaning: Wreath of glory.
Vasili - Origin: Slavic. Meaning: Vasili is the Slavic form of the Greek name Basil, meaning "kingly", "royal". Variants: Vasily, Vasyl.
Vaughan - Origin: Welsh. Meaning: Small. Also spelled Vaughn.
Vegard - Origin: Norse: Meaning: Protection.
Venn - Origin: English. Meaning: Fair.
Verdell - Origin: French. Meaning: Green, flourishing.
Vernon - Origin: English. Meaning: Alder tree grove. Abbr., Verne.
Verrell - Origin: French. Meaning: Honest, true. Variant forms: Verrill, Verill.
Vian - Origin: English. Meaning: Full of life. Male version of name Vivian.
Victor - Origin: Latin. Meaning: Conqueror, winner.
Vihaan - Origin: Sanskrit. Meaning: Dawn.
Viho - Origin: Native American. Meaning: Chief.
Vijay - Origin: Sanskrit: Meaning: Victory.
Vincent - Origin: Latin. Meaning: Conquering. Diminutive: Vince. Variant form: Vincenzo (Italian).
Virgil - Origin: Latin. Meaning: "Staff bearer" or "Strong and flourishing".
Vitaly - Origin: Russian. Meaning: Russian form of Vitus, meaning "life" in Latin.
Vladimir - Origin: Slavic. Meaning: Renowned ruler.
Vogel - Origin: German/Dutch. Meaning: Bird.
Volker - Origin: German. Meaning: People's guard.
Vontell - Origin: Welsh. Meaning: Little.
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