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Meaning of the Name Vivian

The first name Vivian is of Latin, Anglo Saxon, English origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Latin: Lively or Alive, Discerning, Well-balanced, Refined, Enterprising
Anglo Saxon: Full of Life (Viv, Vivienne)
Latin: Full of Life, Vibrant
English: Full of Life, Vibrant. Origin: Anglo-saxon
Latin: Lively
English: Variant of Vivien, the Lady of the Lake in Malory's 'Mort D'Arthur'. Also Merlin's Enchantress

Similar Names

Vipin | Viviana | Vivien | Viyan | Viviane | Vivianna | Vivianne | Vyvyan | Vian | Vipan |

Related Names

Bibiana  (Spanish)
Lively. Variant of Vivian
Viviana  (Spanish)
Grace of God
Viviana  (English)
Variant of Vivien, the Lady of the Lake in Malory's 'Mort D'Arthur'. Also Merlin's Enchantress
Viviana  (Latin)
Lively
Viviana  (Italian)
Full of Life
Viviana  (Italian)
Alive
Viviana  (Latin)
In Malory's Mort D'Arthur Vivien Was the Lady of the Lake; Also the Enchantress of Merlin
Viviane  (Arthurian Legend)
The Lady of the Lake
Viviane  (French)
Variant of Vivian: the Lady of the Lake
Vivianna  (English)
Variant of Vivien, the Lady of the Lake in Malory's 'Mort D'Arthur'. Also Merlin's Enchantress
Vivianna  (Latin)
Variant of Vivien. in Malory's Mort D'Arthur Vivien Was the Lady of the Lake; Also the Enchantress of Merlin
Vivianne  (English)
Variant of Vivien, the Lady of the Lake in Malory's 'Mort D'Arthur'. Also Merlin's Enchantress
Vivianne  (Latin)
Variant of Vivien. in Malory's Mort D'Arthur Vivien Was the Lady of the Lake; Also the Enchantress of Merlin
Vivien  (French)
Variant of Vivian: the Lady of the Lake

Additional Names

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