Girls Names V: Meanings, Nicknames


The last time more than 5 American baby girls were named Vlasta in one year was in 1938 and the humber was 7


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


The Social Security Administration recorded 16 American baby girls named Vivica in 2016; 8 were recorded in 1964, the year Vivica A. Fox was born


In the USA, Vivian rebounded into the Top 500 popular names in 1990 at No. 448 and by 2010, it had reached No. 158


Viveka Eriksson is the Premier of Aland Islands, a Swedish-speaking self-governing region of Finland


The name Virginia reached the height of its popularity in the first decade of the 20th century


27 girls were named Violetta in 2010, not enough to make the Top 1000 American baby girl name list


Violet was a Top 100 American baby girl name between 1901 and 1926. It fell out of the Top 1000 names altogether in the 1970s but by 2010 had rebounded to No. 123


Viola was a Top 100 American baby girl name between 1880 and 1926. Its top rank was No. 42 in 1908


Unlike Sienna, Vienna has never made it into the Top 1000 American baby girl names


Veda is the name of Mildred Pierce’s daughter in the 1941 James Cain novel


Victoria has consistently been a Top 50 American name for girls since 1987

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