How to pronounce Viola víóla What does my name mean?
Meanings: Violet Form of Violet Violet Flower Purple Twelfth Night Latin origin, meaning: violets.
Viola was ranked 601 in 1948 list of US boys name and dropped by 2.74% from its previous ranking of 585 in 1946. Viola was ranked 735 in 2016 US female names list and elevated by 5.41% from its previous ranking of 777 in 2015.
Full form of Viola : Versatile Impressionable Objective Light-Hearted Active
Viola is a rare first name for a girl in England & Wales which is a rare name since 1997 and ranked 1279 in 2015. Only 277 people have Viola as their first name. Viola is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.
Viola was uncommon first name for a boy but is a widely used first name for a girl which is popular since 1963 and ranked 735 (0.005624% bearer) in 2016 in US. Around 131382 people wear Viola as their first name. Name seems a United States native name if we look into the dominance Viola showcases in the charts. 0.036348% of people in US have this given name.
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Expression number of Viola is 5.
Viola love adventure, excitement and freedom. Viola are clever, quick-witted and unusually adaptable. Viola are capable of doing anything they wish for.
Names that rhyme with Viola Famous people named Viola
Viola Nolan in Games People Play as Actress
Ciara Viola in Hungry Ghosts as
Faviola Kuffo in Conoce en la perfumeria as Actress
Mirca Viola in Cattive inclinazioni as Actress
Viola Paige in Maid to Seduce as Actress
Viola Carinci in I Am David as Actress
Viola Dana in That Certain Thing as Actress
Viola Bailey's in Bed +1 as Actress
Mary Viola in Brooklyn's Finest as Producer
Viola Harris in One Life to Live as Actress Names like Viola Viola Namesakes Related Names: VioViolaViolaineViolandaViolanteViolarVioletVioletaViolethViolettViolettaVioletteVioliaViolineVionaViondaVioneVionetteVionnaVioraComments :Viola is a female first name and it comes from the Viola Latin and means " violet ". As first name he was the main character in Shakespeare's comedy Twelfth known.
Variants of the name : Violette, Violet, Βιολέτα, Viooltje, Viola, Violetta, Violeta, Ibolya, Wiola, Wioletta, Wioleta.
People of this name are Viola Alvarez (* 1971)- German writer and dramaturge, Viola Amherd (* 1962)- Swiss politician, Viola Bauer (* 1976)- German cross-country skier, Viola Dana (1897-1987)- American silent film actress.
- Myong Rosenbloom I find the name Viola very beautiful and I am very happy with it. Until now I have only received compliments for my first name. I think it's great but it never got into fashion (so far) and you can not hear it anymore.
Interesting, I also find that it has so many meanings.
My nicknames are great: Vio, Lola, Violetta...
Kind regards to all the violas - Viola
Popularity of Viola