VIDALIA (girl names)

Allia Raquel

Baya Caroline

Celeste Chandler

Daylen Dorothy

Eliana Cadence

Felicia Danielle

Geraldine Reannah

Harriet Wingfield

Ioana Loleta

Jayda Valtina

Kimber Jade

Lilith Dalana

Marlo Isabel

Nora Madyson

Ophelia Katherine

Parker Monroe

Quinn Valerie

Rebecca Valles

Scarlet Bay

Theadora Emme

Vidalia Elizabeth

Winter Evelyn

Xianna Lynn

Zana Krystiene

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3 Responses to VIDALIA (girl names)

  1. Dearest says:

    I love Vidalia, but I can’t find a reliabble source for her… I suppose it’s somehow related to Vida/Vita, and I found Vitalia which is also lovely…

    I reminds me of when I watched Pippi Longstocking earlier today and made note of one of her middle names: Viktualia. It’s actually really sweet 🙂 ^^

    And I’m going to be boring and name Ophelia Elizabeth as my favourite combo 🙂 I also like Winter Evelyn, but I always get confused about Evelyn’s pronunciation. Scarlet Bay is also nice, but not together…

    • Names4Real says:

      Vidalia makes me think of the onions, but I did a little research. Besides Vidalia, Georgia there is a Vidalia, Louisiana, which was named after Don Jose’ Vidal. The surname Vidal comes from the latin word Vitalis, which comes from Vita, meaning life so you are right about them being related.

      Vitalia is very pretty and I’m intrigued by Pippi Viktualia. I’m going to google what her other middle names are because you have me curious. 🙂

      I don’t think Ophelia could ever be the boring choice. I’m seeing more and more Winter’s so I think that is the “hottest” season name wise.

      I thought the same thing about Scarlet Bay. It’s too descriptive together, but both names are lovely.

      Thanks for commenting!

      • Dearest says:

        Vidalia and Onions? I see I’m missing something here *goes off to google*

        Pippi has a lot of names, her full name in Norway and Sweden is Pippilotta Viktualia Efraimsdotter Långstrømpe. So Pippi is actually her nickname… I think if I really loved Pippi Longstocking I wouldn’t mind using Viktualia somewhere in the middle of one of my daughters in honour of her. It’s sweet 🙂
        I agree about Winter, but it makes me really sad, since I try to steer away from trendy names… And Winter has personal meaning for me due to a Tori Amos song called Winter. It’s beautiful and means a lot to me, so I really want to be able to use it 🙂

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