||From the Latin for "good health."
||From the Old French for "valor."
||Middle English for "dweller at the
||From the Latin for "butterfly." Butterfly
is an enchanting name in every language: mariposa
(Spanish), papillon (French), schmetterling (German).
||From the Old Russian for "God's gift"
and a feminine variation of Ivan.
||From the Old French for "from a green
||Old Welsh for "small one."
||Sanskrit for "eternal knowlege."
||Arabic for "falling star."
||Middle English for the "fabric."
||From the Latin for "truth."
||From the Latin for "springlike."
||From the Latin for "true likeness"
as well as a plant. A veronica is a cloth with
an impression of the face of Christ. Veronica
followed Christ up to Calvary and wiped his face
with her handkerchief. An image of his face was
found on the cloth.
||From the Latin for "evening." Vesper
is the evening star, and vespers are sung at late
||Latin for "winner." A blue-ribbon,
gold-medal, first-place name.
||Latin for "victory."
||From the Hebrew for "beloved."
||From the Latin for "conqueror."
||Old French for "violet flower."
||From the Latin for "staff bearer"
||From the Latin for "maiden."