Ximena is a popular name in Mexico, Central and South America
In 1940, Vivien Leigh won the Best Actress Oscar for her performance as Scarlett O’Hara in ‘Gone With the Wind’ Three times as many girls were named Vivien than in 1939
27 girls were named Violetta in 2010, not enough to make the Top 1000 American baby girl name list
Veronica was a Top 100 American baby girl name between 1972 and 1992
According to Social Security statistics, at least 21 American baby girls were named Varina in the 1980s and 38 in the the 1970s
Valerie hopped into the Top 100 American baby girl names in 1951 and pretty much stayed there until 1988
Valentina has become an increasingly popular name in the USA, rising from No. 712 in 2000 to No. 152 in 2010
Wit is the Polish form of Vitus. Other forms include Veit (German), Vid (Croatian, Slovene, Hungarian), Vít (Czech, Slovak) and Veit (German)
From 1880 to 1946, Virgil was a Top 200 American baby boy name, reaching the Top 100 several times
Vincent has been a very popular American male name since the dawn of the 20th century, in or near the Top 100 names. High rank: No. 58 in 1966.
Catherine the Great ruled Russian for 34 years of the 18th century. Her birth name was Sophie.
Jeremiah almost made the Top 50 American male names for the first time in 2010, coming in at No. 52, right behind Justin and Jose
Aisha first showed up at No. 670 on the Top 1000 American girl names in 1973. By 1977, it was No. 175. In 2012, it was No. 577
37 American baby boys were named Didier in 2012, making it just a popular a first name as Rusty and Buddy