Valentas Valentas is a Lithuanian given name, abbreviated by Valentinas. The feminine form is Valentė.
Valentijn Valentijn is both a masculine Dutch given name and a surname.
Valentin Valentin (French, German, Romanian, also Russian and other Slavic) or Valentín (Spanish) is a masculine given name. It comes from the Latin name Valentinus as in Saint Valentine. Valentín is also a German and Spanish surname, again a form of Valentinus.
Valentinas A Lithuanian given name is derived from Valentine, Valentinas.
Valerijonas Valerijonas is a Lithuanian male given name (derived from valerian).
Valerijus A Lithuanian given name (derived from Valery), Valeri jus.
Valeriu Valeriu is a Romanian male given name as a Romanian form of the Roman family name of Valerius. A Spanish and Italian variant of the name is Valerio.
Valery The French name Valery (French: [valri]) is a given name or surname of Germanic origin Walaric (see Walric of Leuconay), that has often been confused in modern times with the Latin name Valerius—that explains the variant spelling Valéry (French: [valeri]).
Valierius Valierius is a Lithuanian male given name (derived from Valerij).
Valmantas Valmantas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from val + manta rays. The feminine form is Valmantė.
Valmir Valmir is an Albanian male name, meaning "good shaft".
Valon Valon is an Albanian male given name meaning "wave" (Albanian:Valë) or more particularly "waving" as an adjective.
Valter Valter is a masculine given name. It is derived from the Old Germanic elements "wald" - "rule" and "heri" - "army, warrior". Notable people with the name include:
Valto Valto is a Finnish name originated as a variation of the Scandinavian name Valdemar. As of mid-2012, more than 2300 people living in Finland have the name Valto.
Vania Vanya, Vanya is a name. You can refer to: female given name: Vania King (1989), a professional tennis player from American Vania Stambolova (1983), a Bulgarian athlete Vania Ishii (1973), a Brazilian judoka, Vania Abreu (born 1967), a Brazilian singer, the little sister of Daniela Mercury, Vânia Fernandes (1984), a Portuguese singer.
Male given name equivalent of Jean in Russian: Uncle Vania, a play by Anton Chekhov from 1897, Vania Vilers (1938-), a French actor, Vania Vadim Plemiannikov, the son of Roger Vadim and Catherine Schneider.
Vanya (Ваня in Russian) may refer to: Vanya Voynova (1934-1993), a retired Bulgarian professional basketball player.
Vanya, 42nd Street, the latest film by Louis Malle, 1994;
Vanya Peirani Vignes, author and French filmmaker.
Vanya is also a brand of hygiene products owned by Johnson & amp; Johnson
Vardar Vardar is a Turkish male first name and family name. The name comes from the river Vardar.
Varis Varis is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Varol V is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Vartan Vartan (Armenian: Վարդան) an Armenian male given name, originally of Persian origin is derived through poor as a variant of Vardan,. Վարդ (vard) meaning "Rose", which occurs as a family name. Wartan is a variant of the name.
Vasant Vasant is a male first name of Indian origin. He means in Sanskrit vasanta "Spring". Vasanti is the female form of Vasant.
Vasco VASCO is a first name and family name. VASCO is a male given name meaning in the 1970s Spanish or Portuguese origin, which has developed from Velasco/Belasco, a frequent on the Iberian Peninsula in the middle ages name of Basque origin ("Crow belatz probably to bask."). The form of the name is not so of the corresponding adjective vasco "Basque, Basque" derive. The name was known by Vasco da Gama. He is used as first and surname. The Spanish family name Vásquez and Vázquez are derived in patronymischer education from Vasco.
Vasil Vasil is a male given name ([-z], Bulgarian Васил) derived from the Greek name of Basil (Greek Βασιλειος), who in turn on basileus (Gr. βασιλευς) decreased with the meaning "King".
Vasile Vasile is a male given name, family name and the Romanian form of the name Vasily.
Vasili Vasily (Russian & #160; Василий) is a Russian masculine given name. A number of Russian Princes have borne the name Vasily. This is explained by the Greek origin of the name (Вασιλεύς), which means the King there. In the Ukraine and Bulgaria in the language name Vasil but shortened. The Latin, occurring in German as a monk name form of the name is Basil; Basil is a form of English and Arabic.
Vasilij Vasily (Russian & #160; Василий) is a Russian masculine given name. A number of Russian Princes have borne the name Vasily. This is explained by the Greek origin of the name (Вασιλεύς), which means the King there. In the Ukraine and Bulgaria in the language name Vasil but shortened. The Latin, in German as a monk name occurring form of the name is Basil; Basil is a form of English and Arabic.
Vasilije Vasilije (Serbian: Василије) is a South Slavic masculine given name, a variant of Greek given name Vassilios (Basil). It may refer to:
Vasilijus Vasilijus is a Lithuanian male given name (derived from Vasily).
Vassilios Vassilios or Vassileios, also transliterated Vasilios, Vassilis or Vasilis (Greek: Βασίλειος or Βασίλης), is a Greek given name, the origin of Basil. In ancient/medieval/Byzantine context, it is also transliterated as Basileios. It is directly descended from the word "Kingdom", Greek: Βασιλεία.
Václav Václav (Czech pronunciation: [ˈvaːtslaf]) is a Czech male first name of Slavic origin, sometimes translated into English as Wenceslaus or Wenceslas . These forms are derived from the old Slavic/Czech form of this name: Veceslav. The Old Czech form is Vácslav - pronounced "vah:tslahf".
Väinö Väinö is a masculine given name found most commonly in Finland and may refer to:
Víctor Víctor is a Spanish and Catalan masculine given name, equivalent to Victor in English and Vítor in Portuguese. Notable people with the given name include:
Vedad Vedad is a Bosnian masculine name of Arabic origin meaning "friendship, love". It is commonly used in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Vedat Vedat is a masculine given name meaning "friendship, love". It is commonly used in Turkey, and less commonly in Albania, Macedonia and Kosovo. The name has one variant, "Vedad", a very common given name in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The name and more specifically its Arabic original name "Widad" is cognate with the Hebrew name "Medad" which also has the same meanings; love and friendship, coming from their shared Semitic origins.
Vegar Vegar is both a surname and a masculine Norwegian given name.
Vegard Vegard preservation, protection is a Norwegian masculine given name meaning.
Veikko Veikko is a male Finnish given name, and may refer to:
Veit Veit is common in the German-speaking world as a male given name or family name. It's the Germanisation of the Latin Vitus. The name spread heavily in the middle ages to commemorate the Saint of Vitus, as a pious man in the 3rd & #160; and 4. & #160;. Century lived and died as a martyr. The origin of the name is uncertain, but potentially derived from the Thracian by bitus, what "from Bithynia" means. Also is that the name is from the old high German vidu or vitu represented, (= "Wood", "Forest") is derived, or that he "willingly" goes back to the medieval Latin name of Vitus with the possible meaning. Because of the devotion to the Holy St. & #160;. Veit was widespread in the middle ages. The Latin word (Latin: vita = "Life") is translated as "lebensvoll" or "the living" or "Dear Boy". Vitus is one of the fourteen Holy helpers.
Veli Veli is a Turkish and Finnish male given name, meaning guardian and brother in each language respectively. In Turkish, Veli is also an Arabic loanword meaning a "friend of God", and is the singular form of Evliya.
Velichko Velichko or Veličko (Cyrillic script: Величко) is a South Slavic masculine given name and an East Slavic surname.
Velimir Velimir (Serbian Cyrillic: Велимир) is a Serbo-Croatian masculine given name, a Slavic name derived from elements vele "great" and mir "peace, prestige".
Velizar Velizar (Cyrillic script: Велизар) is a Bulgarian and a Serbian masculine given name.
Veljko Veljko (Cyrillic script: Вељко) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin.
Venkataraman Venkataraman, Venkatraman and Venkitaraman are names of Indian origin, used both as family names and as masculine given names. People with those names include:
Verner Verner is a Scandinavian name of Germanic origins from the given name Werner. Verner is common both as a given name and a surname. It means "covered warrior" People with the name Verner include:
Veselin Veselin (Cyrillic script: Веселин) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin. It may refer to:
Vetle Vetle is a masculine Norwegian given name and may refer to:
Veysel Veysel (IPA: [veːˈsel]) is a Turkish given name for males.
Višeslav Višeslav (Serbian: Вишеслав) is a Serbo-Croatian masculine given name, a Slavic dithematic name (of two lexemes), derived from the Slavic words više ("great(er), large(r)") and -slav ("glory, fame"), roughly meaning "greater glory". It is a cognate of Romanized West Slavic Wenceslaus.
Vicenç Vicenç is a Catalan male given name. The German form of the name is Vincent. The Spanish form of the name is Vicente.
Vicente Vicente is the Spanish version of the masculine given name Vincent.
Victor Victor is Latin in origin meaning "winner" or "conqueror".
Victorino Victorino is a given name and surname, and may refer to:
Vidak Vidak (Cyrillic script: Видак) is a South Slavic masculine given name, may refer to:
Vidas Vidas is a Lithuanian given name (abbreviated by Vidmantas), derived from witu (forest forest,). Vida is the female form.
Vidimantas Vidimantas is a Lithuanian and Prussian male name derives from Vidas, + manta rays; Gimbutas widdai ('saw'). The feminine form is Vidimantė.
Vidmantas Vidmantas is a Lithuanian masculine given name and may refer to the following individuals:
Vidoje Vidoje (Cyrillic script: Видоје) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin.
Vigantas Vigantas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Wiegand.
Viggo Viggo is a Nordic male name. There are two main theories about its origins:
Vigilijus Vigilijus is a Lithuanian male given name (derived from Vigilio). The abbreviation is Vigis. The feminine form is Vigilija.
Vigimantas Vigimantas is a Lithuanian and male name derives from vigis, + manta rays. The feminine form is Vigimantė.
Vigindas Vygindas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Wiegand.
Vigintas Vigintas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Divya (defend).
Vijay Vijay (Sanskrit: विजय) is a common Indian male name. He means win/winner and is the Indian equivalent of Viktor. Vijaya is also one of the names of Arjuna, the hero of Mahabharata. It has the same meaning as the word JAI, but with the difference that Vijay won the Defense referred to victory at the attack and Jai.
Vikas Vikas means expanding, progress or development in Sanskrit. It is often used as a male name in Greater India.
Viktor Victor Victor is a male given name and family name. Latin: victor for "Winner". The name is related to Vinzenz (for "successful"). The widespread, Indian equivalent is the name of Vijay.
Viktoras Viktoras is a Lithuanian masculine given name. It is a cognate of the English name Victor and may refer to:
Viktors Viktors is a Latvian masculine given name. It is a cognate of the English given name Victor and may refer to:
Vilém William is the Czech variant of the name William.
Vilenas Vilenas is a rarely given Lithuanian male given name derived from W. I. Lenin.
Vilhelm Vilhelm is a masculine given name, the Scandinavian form of William.
Vilhjálmur Vilhjálmur is an Icelandic and Faroese male name.
Viliam Chris is the Slovak variant of the name William.
Viljar Viljar is both an Estonian and an Old Norse masculine given name. Its Estonian meaning is "grow" or "nourishment", whereas the Old Norse version of the name means "Willing warrior".
Viljo Viljo is an Estonian and Finnish masculine given name and may refer to:
Ville Ville is a Finnish and Swedish male given name. Its nameday is celebrated on the 6th of April. In Finland, it reached its peak of popularity in the last two decades of the 20th century.
Ville Ville, rarely will, is a Finnish male given name
Vilmantas Vilmantas is a Lithuanian and male name derives from viltis, + manta rays. The feminine form is Vilmantė.
Vilmos Vilmos is a male given name and the Hungarian variant of the name William.
Vinay Vinay is a masculine Indian name typically meaning leading, guidance, politeness, humility and modesty in Sanskrit. It has its origins in the Sanskrit language, and is of Indo-Aryan / Indo-European origin. Most Indian languages spell and pronounce the name as is in Sanskrit but in a few other languages such as Bengali and Oriya, changes either in spelling or pronunciation or both occur. For example, it may be used as, Binay in Bengali-speaking regions. Feminine form of the name is Vinaya or Vinayaa. Binay is also a surname popular in Philippines.
Vincas Vincas is a Lithuanian masculine given name.
Vincent Vincent (Latin: Vincentius) is a male given name derived from the Roman name Vincentius, which is derived from the Latin word "vincere" (to conquer).
Vincentas Vincentas is a Lithuanian given name, abbreviated form is Vincas (derived from Vincent).
Vincentio Vincentio is an Italian masculine given name, and may refer to:
Vincenzo Vincenzo is an Italian given name derived from Vincent. It may refer to:
Vinko Vinko is a masculine name related to Vincent, and may refer to:
Vinod Vinod (Hindi: विनोद) is a male first name used in India. Vinod means happy or joyful in Sanskrit. In Hindi, Gujarati, Tamil and other Indian languages, this word is taken as such with the same meaning.
Virgil Virgil is an English and Romanian male given name of unknown meaning as English and Romanian form of the Roman family name of Vergilius. The Italian and Spanish form of the name is Virgilio.
Virgilijus Virgilijus is a Lithuanian masculine given name and may refer to:
Virgilio Virgilio is a masculine given name. Virgilio is the Italian and Spanish form of the Roman family name of Vergilius. The most famous representative is the Roman poet Virgil. The Portuguese form of the name is Virgílio, the English and Romanian Virgil.
Virginijus Virginijus is a Lithuanian masculine given name and may refer to:
Virmantas Virmantas is a Lithuanian male name (derived from vyr-as and manta rays).
Vishwanath Vishwanath (Hindi: विश्वनाथ; also: Viswanath, Vishwanathe, Vishvanathe, or Viswanathan) is an Indian, male personal name, which can be used as a last name.
Visvaldas Visvaldas is derived from visas, a Lithuanian given name (full) and Valdas.
Viswanathan Viswanathan is an Indian name. He comes from the Sanskrit and derives from višvanatha (Vishwanath), "Master of the universe", an incarnation of the God Shiva, from.
Vitale Vitale is an Italian male given name and family name. Vitale is the Italian form of the late Latin name of Vitalis. Vitale of the name of the Italian family name Vitali derives also.
Vitali Vitali is a masculine given name and a family name. In accordance with the rules of transcription from the Cyrillic alphabet the spellings of Vitaly are (Russian) Vitaly in German, (Ukrainian) and Wital (Belarusian) circulated. The name derives from the Latin Vitalis off, the vitality, even healthy, strong body, vitality means. He is the name of several Christian Saints such as & #160; B. Vitalis of Milan (Ravenna). As the Italian family name, Vitali is derived from the Italian form of the name, Vitale.
Vitalij Vitali is a masculine given name and a family name. In accordance with the rules of transcription from the Cyrillic alphabet the spellings of Vitaly are (Russian) Vitaly in German, (Ukrainian) and Wital (Belarusian) circulated. The name derives from the Latin Vitalis off, the vitality, even healthy, strong body, vitality means. He is the name of several Christian Saints such as & #160; B. Vitalis of Milan (Ravenna). As the Italian family name, Vitali is derived from the Italian form of the name, Vitale.
Vitalijus A Lithuanian given name is derived from Vitalij, Vitali jus. The female form is Vitalija.
Vitalius Vitalius is a Slavic and Lithuanian male name, derived from Vitali.
Vitas Vitas (Polish Witold) is a Lithuanian male given name. The female form is Vita, Vitė.
Vitālijs Vitālijs is a Latvian masculine given name as a Latvian form of the Latin (Roman) name of Vitalis. Name day in Latvia is April 22. The Lithuanian form of the name is Vitali jus.
Vito Vito is an Italian name that is derived from the Latin word "vita", meaning "life",. It is a modern form of the Latin name "Vitus", meaning "life-giver," as in Saint Vitus, the patron saint of dogs and a heroic figure in southern Italian folklore. The Name "Vito" is unrelated to, yet still often confused with, the German name "Wido," which is derived from Ancient Germanic, and the Slavic name "Vitomir" which is sometimes shortened to "Vito" but has a completely different root in the Proto-Slavic word "vit" meaning "ruler".
Vitomir (Polish: Witomir, Serbian: Витомир) – is an old Slavic origin given name derived from elements: vito "to rule" and mir "peace, world, prestige". Feminine form: Vitomira/Witomira. Nicknames: Vito, Miro, Mirek, Vitek. The name may refer to:
Vittorio Vittorio is an Italian male given name taken from the male name Victor.
Vizgirdas Vizgirdas a Lithuanian given name and family name is derived from viz, + girdėti ('listen'). The feminine form is Vizgirdė.
Vjekoslav Vjekoslav or Vekoslav is a male Slavic given name, meaning "glorious through the ages" .
Vlad Vlad (Russian Влад) is a Russian and Romanian male name, which occurs as a family name in Romania.
Vlada Vlada is a Slavic given name, derived from the word vlada meaning "rule". It is a masculine name in Serbian and feminine name in Russian.
Vladan Vladan (pronounced [ʋlǎːdan], Serbian Cyrillic: Владан) is a short form of Slavic names beginning with the element volod / vlad meaning "to rule, ruler". Feminine forms are: Vladana and Vladanka. The name may refer to:
Vladas Vladas is a Lithuanian given name, may refer to:
Vladeta Vladeta (Cyrillic script: Владета) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin.
Vladimir Vladimir (Russian Cyrillic: Влади́мир Russian pronunciation: [vlɐˈdʲimʲɪr], Old Church Slavonic: Владимѣръ) is a male Slavic given name of Church Slavonic and Old Slavic origin, now widespread throughout all Slavic nations. It is also a common name in former Soviet non-Slavic countries where Christianity is practised, such as Armenia.
Vladimiras Tessa is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Vladimir.
Vladislav Vladislav (Belarusian: Уладзіслаў (Uladzislaŭ); Polish: Władysław, Włodzisław; Russian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Serbian: Владислав; Ukrainian: Владислав (Vladyslav)) is a Slavic male given name, sometimes confused with/treated as the same as Ladislav. It is traditionally Latinized as either Vladislaus or (erroneously) Ladislaus, or sometimes Vladislas. Feminine form is Vladislava/Władysława.
Vladislavas Vladislavas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Władysław.
Vladislovas Vladislovas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Władysław.
Vlastimil Vlastimil is a common Slavic origin given name originating from the roots: vlast (homeland) and mil (favour). A variant of the name is Vlastislav. The Latin form is Patrick. The Czech name days are 17 March (Vlastimil) and 28 April (Vlastislav). The Slovak name day is 13 March (Vlastimil).
Vlatko Vlatko (Cyrillic script: Влатко) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin.
Vojin Vojin (Cyrillic script: Војин) is a mascunine given name of Slavic origin.
Vojislav Vojislav (Serbian: Војислав; pronounced [ʋǒjislaʋ]) is a Serbian masculine given name, a Slavic dithematic name (of two lexemes), derived from the Slavic words voj ("war, warrior"), and slava ("glory, fame"), both very common in Slavic names. It's feminine form is Vojislava.
Vojislav Vojislav (Serbian Cyrillic Војислав) is a Slavic male given name. Feminine form of the given name is Vojislava (Serbian Cyrillic Војислава).
Vojtech Vojtěch or Vojtech is a Czech and Slovak given name of Slavic origin. It is composed of two parts: voj - war, warrior and "tech" - happy, eager. The name day is on April 23.
Voldemaras A Lithuanian male family name and first name is Voldemaras (derived from Valdas).
Volkan Volkan is a Turkish, male given name of French origin meaning "Volcano" (French: Volcan).
Volkmar Volkmar is a masculine given name of Germanic origin. Old high German: People = folc = the people, mar/mari = famous = & gt; "The popular well known".
Vollrad Vollrath Volrath or full wheel is a German first and family name.
Vollrath Vollrath is both a masculine German given name and a surname. It may refer to:
Volodymyr Volodymyr (Ukrainian: Володимир) is a Ukrainian male given name.
Vratislav Vratislav is a Czech masculine given name.
Vsevolod Vsevolod or Wsewolod (Cyrillic: Всеволод) is a Slavic (particularly, Ukrainian and Russian) male first name. Its etymology is from Slavic roots 'vse' (all) and 'volodeti' (to rule) and means 'lord-of-everything/everybody', (similar to another princely name, "Vladimir" or "Volodymyr"). It is equivalent to the Belarusian Usevalad, Lithuanian Visvaldas, Latvian Visvaldis and German Wissewald. The corresponding patronymic is Vsevolodovich.
Vujadin Vujadin (Cyrillic script: Вујадин) is a traditional Serbian given name, and may refer to:
Vuk Vuk (Serbian Cyrillic: Вук) is a South Slavic male given name, predominantly recorded among the Serbs. The name literally means "wolf". Vuk Karadžić, 19th-century Serbian philologist and ethnographer, explained the traditional, apotropaic use of the name: a woman who had lost several babies in succession, would name her newborn son Vuk, because it was believed that the witches, who "ate" the babies, were afraid to attack the wolves. In the Serbian epic poetry, the wolf is a symbol of fearlessness. Vuk was the 17th most popular name for boys in Serbia in the period 2003–2005.
Vukašin Vukašin (Cyrillic script: Вукашин) is an old Slavic name of Serbian origin. It is composed from two words: Vuk (wolf) and sin (son), so it means sin vuka (son of wolf). In some places in Croatia and Bosnia it can be found as a surname.
Vukajlo Vukajlo (Serbian: Вукајло) is a Serbian given name, derived from the masculine given name Vuk. All the derivatives from vuk were regarded as apotropaic names.
Vukan Vukan (Serbian: Вукан) is a Serbian male given name that may refer to:
Vukmir Vukmir (Serbian Cyrillic: Вукмир) is a Serbo-Croatian male given name and surname. It is derived from the Slavic noun vuk (wolf) and mir (peace). It is one of many Serbian given names derived from vuk. All the derivatives from vuk were regarded as apotropaic names. At least 66 people with the surname died at the Jasenovac concentration camp.
Vural Vural is a Turkish name and may refer to any of the following:
Vydas A Lithuanian given name is Vydas of witu (forestry, forest). Vyda is the female form.
Vygandas Vygandas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Wiegand.
Vygantas Vygantas (baptized Alexander; Polish: Wigunt; died June 28, 1392) was Duke of Kernavė. He was one of the sons of Algirdas, Grand Duke of Lithuania (1345–1377), and his second wife Uliana Alexandrovna of Tver.
Vygaudas Mexico is a Lithuanian given name, derived from vyd (iš vydo, seen) + gaud-(or catch).
Vytas Vytas (abbreviated by Vytautas) is a Lithuanian given name.
Vytautas Vytautas (abbr. of Vytas; Polish Witold) is a Lithuanian male given name. The feminine form is Vytautė (abbreviated Vytė) and the abbreviation of Vytas.
Vytenis Vytenis is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Vytas. The feminine form is Vytenė.
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