First name origins & meanings:
- Hindi: Knowledge, wisdom
- Hebrew: Beloved
- German: Sylvan man
- Latin: Life
- Hebrew: Dearly loved
First name variations: Nataly, Natalee, Nataleigh, Natalia, Natalya, Nataline, Nathalia, Nathalie, Noel, Noelle, Novella, Natasha, Natosha, Natashi, Tosha, Tosh, Natasa, Natashia, Natalja, Natassia, Nastassia, Netty, Nettie, Natty, Tally, Tallie, Tasha, Talia, Natalie, Veed, Vedad, Vedah, Devis, Veeda, Vita, Veda, Veda, Veeda, Veida, Vidette, Vieda, Vita, Vitia, Davidde, Davide, Davina, Davita, Dave, Davey, Davy, Davie, Davi, Davyd, Davis, Davidson, Dawes, Dawson, Dewi, Dewey, Devlin, Devi, Devid, Dabi, Daevid, Daevyd, Dafydd, Daived, Daivid, Daivyd, Dauid, Dav, Daved, Daveed, Davidd, Davidek, Davido, Davood, Davoud, Davydas, Davydd, Davyde, Dayvid, Deved, Devid, Devidd, Devidde, Devyd, Devydd, Devydde, Devod, Davison, Davyson, Dawed, Dawud, Dawyt, Dawit, Dawid, David, Dove, Dovi, Dowid, Dovid, Dov, Vidos, Vid, Bidal, Videl, Videlio, Vite, Vitalis, Vitas
Last name origins & meanings:
- Spanish and Portuguese: either a nickname from vida
‘life’ or possibly from the male personal name Vida(s).
- Northern Italian: variant of Vita 1.
- Italian: from the
female personal name Vida.
- Hungarian: patronymic form
of the ecclesiastical name Vid, a derivative of Latin
Vitus (from vita ‘life’).
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