What does Vanessa mean?
ASSOCIATED WITH greek, red, lady (noble), 18th century, literary, surname, compound (blend), white
VARIANTS Jenessa, Nessa, Nessie, Nessy, Van, Vanassa, Vaneeta, Vanesa▼, Vanesha, Vaneshia, Vanesia, Vanesse, Vanessia, Vanetta, Vaneza, Vania, Vaniece, Vaniessa, Vanija, Vanisa, Vanissa, Vanita, Vanna, Vannaleigh, Vannesa, Vannessa, Vannetta, Vanneza, Vannie, Vanya, Varnessa, Venesa, Venesha, Venessa▼, Venesse, Venetta, Venessea, Veniesa, Venisha, Venishia, Venna, Vennesa, Vennessa, Vennisa, Vinesha, Vinessa, Vinisha, Vonessa, Vonesse, Vonnessa
SEE ALSO Janessa, Nissa
RELATIONS VIA JENESSA, VANNA, VENETIA Gianessa, Janessa, Jinessa, Vana, Vanecia, Vanetia, Venecia, Venezia, VinetiaCREATIVE FORMS(female) (male) MIDDLE NAME PAIRINGSVanessa Aleyna (V.A.), ..
How popular is Vanessa?
Vanessa is a very prominent first name for women (#195 out of 4276, Top 5%) but an uncommon surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)
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Vanessa entered the list in 1940-1949 and reached its highest rank of #47 in the U.S. during 1980-1989, and is at #230 presently. (TOP 2000 NAMES, 2018)
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Prominent variation forms of Vanessa (#230 THE PREVIOUS YEAR) are Janessa (#978), Jenessa, Nissa, Van, Vanesa, Vania, Vanita, Vannessa, Vannie, Venessa and Venetia. Other variants, like Vanecia, are seldom used. These forms of Vanessa were at the top of their popularity during the years 1980-1989 (ADOPTION OF 0.42%) and are now significantly less widespread (ADOPTION 0.1%, 77% LESS).
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Vanessa▼ is alike in pronunciation to Venusa. Other recommended sound-alike names are Agnessa, Anessa, Arnessa, Caressa, Danessa, Genessa, Inessa, Jalessa, Janeesa, Janess, Janesse, Janessia (see Janice), Janissa, Jannessa, Jonessa, Kanesha▼, Karessa, Katessa, Lanesha, Lanessa, Lynessa, Maressa, Ranessa, Shanessa, Tanesha▼ and Valeska. These names tend to be less commonly used than Vanessa.