Vaiva Vaiva /ˈvaɪvə/ is a Lithuanian female given name of Baltic origin. It is a shortening of vaivorykštė (english rainbow). A rainbow was considered one of the manifestations of the Pagan destiny goddess Laima. The name was popularised by V.Krėvė-Mickevičius tale "Perkūnas, Vaiva ir Straublys" written in 1922.
Vaida Vaida is a Lithuanian feminine name. The male form is Vaidas.
Vaidevutė Vaidevutė is a Lithuanian female given name derived from vaidas, and devutis. The male form is Vaidevutis.
Vidmantė Vidmantė is a Lithuanian and Prussian female given name derives from Vidas, + Mantė; Gimbutas widdai ('saw'). The male form is Vidmantas.
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