Vitali meaning and origin
Meaning of Vitali is Life, Lively, Life-Sustaining, Vital, Vigorous or Life-Giver used for boys and is used especially in Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, Russian, English and Finnish is originated from Latin. Vitali is variant form of Vitalis. Vitalis is variant of virtuous Vitale. Vitalis means Living Donor, Alive and Vital is of Latin origin.. It is celebrated on April 28th.
Variants of VitaliNames that rhyme with Vitali
Popularity of Vitali
Vitali is an uncommon baby name in United States, its highest ever rank is 6354 (2010) in its 11 years run on United States naming chart. Also, it is uncommon in France, where it has been in use since 2004 and peaked in 2013 when it ranked 1664th. Over 108 babies in France have been named Vitali. But Vitali is a popular baby name in Germany where every 1 in 20000 have the name. At least, 10000 people globally have carried Vitali as their given name according to our evaluation.
Vitali in Nordic countries
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Numerological aspects of Vitali
Understand that you can't help a person who doesn't know they have a problem. If the letter I represent the last letter in your name, it reveals your compassionate and deep personality. When it comes to relationships, you don't depend on your partner much because you know that nothing's build to last forever. The letter I as your capstone in your name symbolizes your kindness and naivety. You are prone to nervous breakdowns but recover fast.
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- Gracio - The Gracio is used principally in Italian has its origin in Latin, meaning of Gracio is "Thank You"
Namesakes of Vitali
- Vitali Vitaliev, Ukrainian-born journalist and writer
- Vitali Holostenco, Romanian and Soviet communist politician
- Vitali Bezrukov, Soviet and Russian actor and theatre director
- Vitali Dyomochka, Russian mobster and crime boss
- Vitali Milman, mathematician specializing in analysis
- Vitali Klitschko, Ukrainian politician and former professional boxer
- Vitali Kutuzov, retired Belarusian football striker
- Vitali Kolesnik, Kazakhstani professional ice hockey goaltender
- Vitali Yachmenev, Russian former professional ice hockey left wing
- Vitali Tajbert, German former professional boxer
- Vitali Butikov, Russian ice dancer
- Vitali Egorov, former competitive figure skater for the Soviet Union
- Vitali Golod, Soviet–Israeli chess grandmaster
- Vitali Novikov, Russian former competitive ice dancer
- Vitali But, Russian football official and a former player
- Vitali Volkov, Russian footballer
- Vitali Prokhorov, retired professional hockey player
- Vitali Karamnov, retired professional hockey player
- Vitali Sazonets, Ukrainian former competitive figure skater
- Vitali Davydov, retired ice hockey player
- Vitali Proshkin, Russian former professional ice hockey defender
- Vitali Rodionov, After retirement
- Vitali Kazantsev, Russian football coach and former player
- Vitali Teleš, Estonian footballer
- Vitali Gussev, Estonian professional footballer
- Vitali Makarov in The Day After Tomorrow as Actor
- Vitaliy Gogunskiy in Episode #6.5 as Actor
- Vitalii Sediuk in Gortensia as Director
- Vitaliy Saltykov in Kuda techet more? as Director
- Vitali Minakov Vitali VÃktorovich Minakov is a judoka, sambista and fighter of mixed Russian martial arts.
- Writer Vitali Abramov, noted for movie Zakoldovannye
- In 1983, Vitali Bazin characterized the role of N in drama film Schaste Nikifora Bubnova.
- Vitali Chermenyov portrayed small role of N in 1994 drama, history flick Molba o proshchenii.
- Vitali Doronin portrayed the leading character of Pyotr Dorokhov in 1941 comedy and drama flick Boksyory.
- Vitali Tsaregorodtsev, from 1990 comedy film Zdraviya zhelayu! ili Beshenyy dembel, who characterized Lyokha.
- Vitali Usanov, from 1988 comedy, drama film Ch. P. rayonnogo masshtaba, who characterized Chesnokov.
- Vitali Yushkov characterized central role of N in 1980 drama film Alyosha.
- Vitali Yakovlev, from 1988 drama movie Seraya mysh, who portrayed the N.
- In 1994 comedy, crime film, Poslednee delo Varyonogo, Vitali Skvorkin characterized Mitya Sizukhin.