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Tuesday, April 26, 2016


Varvara (f)     Pronunciation - vahr-VAH-rah, stranger, foreigner, origin – Greek/Russian
Verochka (f)  Pronunciation - vyeh-RAWSH-kah, verity, truth, origin – Latin/Russia
Vincenza (f)  Pronunciation - veen-CHEN-tsah, the one who conquered, origin – Italian/Latin

Varek (m)      From the green hill, origin – French
Vasyl (m)       Russian – royal, origin - Slavic
Vidar (m)       Pronunciation – VEE-dahr, fighter in the woods, origin – Danish/Swedish

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  1. There is a little town not far from here named Vidor. Wonder if that is a variation?

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