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Valentine
Language of origin: Latin
Gender: male
Meaning/translation: the strong, the healthy
Info about origin: from a Roman cognomen 'Valentinus' which is derived from Latin 'valens' (strong, healthy)
 known from Saint Valentine (3rd century AD)
Words: valens=strong, healthy (Latin)
Variants: Valentine  English
 Valentin  German, French, Russian   (#942 in US popularity)
 Veltin  German
 Valente  Italian
 Valentiano  Italian
 Valentino  Italian
 4 variants more...

Vance
Language of origin: Old English
Gender: male
Meaning/translation: fen
Info about origin: from a family name deriving from a place name 'fen'
Words: fenn=the fen (Old English)
Variants: Vance  English   (#788 in US popularity)

Vaughan
Language of origin: Welsh
Gender: male
Meaning/translation: small
Info about origin: from a Welsh family name deriving from the word for 'small'
Words: fechan=small (Welsh)
Variants: Vaughan  English, Welsh
 Vaughn  English   (#898 in US popularity)

Vernon
Language of origin: Old French
Gender: male
Info about origin: from an aristocratic family name, brought to England by the Normans
 the name contains the word 'vern' (alder), so maybe the family name derives from a place name with a meaning of 'alder tree forest' or similar
Words: vern=the alder (Old French)
Female form: Verna
Variants: Vernon  English, Irish   (#613 in US popularity)

Victor
Language of origin: Latin
Gender: male
Meaning/translation: the victor
Info about origin: used as a title of Hercules and Jupiter
 until now there were 3 Popes with the name Victor
Words: victor=the victor (Latin) ; victoria=the victory (Latin)
Variants: Victor  English, French, Spanish, Portuguese   (#83 in US popularity)
 Viktor  German, Scandinavian, Polish, Czech
 Vico  Italian
 Vittore  Italian
 Viturin  Rhaeto-Romanic
 4 variants more...

Vinzenz
Language of origin: Latin
Gender: male
Meaning/translation: the winning
Info about origin: in Christian interpretation 'he who prevails over the suffering in the world
 known from Saint Vincent of Saragossa (3rd/4th century AD)
Words: vincere=to win (Latin)
Variants: Vinzenz  German
 Vicente  Spanish   (#541 in US popularity)
 Vincent  French, English, Dutch, Scandinavian   (#99 in US popularity)
 Vincenzo  Italian
 6 variants more...