Vesta name meaning

Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Girl
Origin: Greek and Latin
Usage: English, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: v(e)-sta
Meaning: Chimney Fire, Similar to the Greek, Roman Goddess Hestia and Hearth
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What does Vesta mean?

Acclaimed and Evergreen unisex name Vesta came from Greek and Latin, meaning of Vesta is "Chimney Fire, Similar to the Greek, Roman Goddess Hestia or Hearth" is notably used in English, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish and Swedish.

How do I pronounce Vesta?

The proper pronunciation of two syllabled Vesta is v(e)-sta. Some people pronounce it as ves-ta.

Variants of Vesta


Names that rhyme with Vesta

How popular is the name Vesta?

Vesta was a common name in United States. Over 8167 babies have been named Vesta since 1880. When at its peak in 1894,. However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 135 years.

Moreover, the moniker has been to Vesta is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales, its highest ever rank is 2150 (2011) in its 11 years run on England and Wales naming chart.

But Vesta is a popular baby name in India where every 1 in 90000 have the name. According to our findings, at least 20000 people have been bestowed Vesta around the globe.

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Vesta in Nordic countries

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Numerological aspects of Vesta

Handling the problems and life situations of others keeps you distracted from your own. You are more of a doer than a talker. Change your perspective. You are not a fan of monotony and you can't stand people who just dwell in their comfort zone, waiting for something to happen. The capstone of your name reveals your true personality, your skills, and unique abilities. Nothing can change your mind about something if you truly believe you are the one that's right.

Other names liked by would be moms that are similar to Vesta

  •  Santo - Notably used in Norwegian and Swedish loved, Santo is used as a baby boy name which is rooted from Latin and Spanish, meaning of Santo is "Saint or Sanctus"
  •  Vito - Acclaimed and Ceaseless Vito came from Latin and German is used substantially in Norwegian and Danish, meaning of Vito is "Wood or Woods" is given to baby boys
  •  Quinita - Offbeat girl name Quinita means "Fifth-Born Daughter and The Word Quintus Which is of the Meaning Fifth" is of Latin origin. Quinita is resultant of Quintana.
  •  Benedikta - Substantially used in Swedish, Danish and Finnish, Benedikta is used as a girl name that came from Latin, meaning of Benedikta is "The Blessed"
  •  África - Girl name África is used notably in Spanish that came from Latin, meaning of África is "African"
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Famous people named Vesta

  • Vesta Victoria, English music hall singer and comedian
  • Vesta M. Roy, Republican New Hampshire politician
  • Vesta Williams, American singer-songwriter,
  • Vesta Tilley, and
  • Vesta Sylva, from 1919 crime, drama flick A Daughter of Eve, who characterized the Jessica as a Child.


  1. Social Security Administration,
  2. Office for National Statistics,
  3. Central Statistics Office - An Phríomh-Oifig Staidrimh,
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