Christianity Baby Boy Names Starting With V
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Christianity Baby Names for Boy That Starts with V List
|Vagn||A carriage in Icelandic language.||Boy|
|Vaha||An open sea.||Boy|
|Valdimar||Ruler of the ocean.||Boy|
|Valentim||Brazilian variant of Valentine, meaning strong and healthy.||Boy|
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|Valentín||One who is healthy and strong||Boy|
|Valera||Brave and valiant.||Boy|
|Valerijs||One who is brave and valiant.||Boy|
|Valeriu||Romanian form of Valerius, meaning to be healthy, to be strong.||Boy|
|Vali||Pet form of Valeriu, meaning to be healthy and strong.||Boy|
|Valintinianu||Sicilian form of Valentinianus, meaning strong.||Boy|
|Valko||Derived from Bulgarian valk, meaning wolf.||Boy|
|Valter||Estonian form of Walter. It means ruler of the army.||Boy|
|Valters||To rule, army or warrior.||Boy|
|Vanja||Croatian form of John, meaning God is gracious.||Boy|
|Varange||Bottom of a boat||Boy|
|Varanger||Nickname for sailor||Boy|
|Varangot||Derivative of Varange. It means bottom of a boat.||Boy|
|Varden||A green slope.||Boy|
|Varujan||Bird of prey.||Boy|
|Vasil||Bulgarian form of Basil, meaning king.||Boy|