|Number in U.S||👶 6,000|
|Rate in 2021||9505|
|Name origin||🌍 Greek|
What does Vanesa mean?
The meaning of Vanesa is "vain woman" or "the one who has vanity".
Origin of the name Vanesa
Vanesa has a different origin than other names: it is a modern name invented just 200 years ago. The inventor of this name is the Anglo-Saxon writer and poet Jonathan Swift.
Diminutives and variations of the name Vanesa
Among the diminutives of Vanesa, the following stand out:
Vane, Ness, Nesa, Nessa
The name Vanesa in other languages
We understand that the original name is Vanesa with two SS, since the original name comes from from an Anglo-Saxon name. So Vanessa in other languages is:
Personality of Vanesa
People named Vanesa are passionate, determined and strong. Vanesa stands out for her intuition and compassion towards others. He is usually a very generous and sociable person, so he will always be willing to lend a hand to others without being asked. Her intuition and empathy are her virtues.
In love, Vanesa is very affectionate and devoted. Looking for a partner who can make you live an ideal romantic relationship. They fall in love easily, but they can also get hurt easily, especially when they bring out their hidden character.
The best thing about Vanesa is that she has something magnetic that makes others want to know more about her. She is mysterious, she knows how to attract attention and thus achieve everything she sets out to do. She exudes personality and will never go unnoticed. Despite this, the reality of their personal relationships will be handled with discretion.
Celebrities with the name Vanesa
Among the Celebrities with the name Vanesa, the following stand out:< /br>Vanesa Martin: Spanish singer-songwriter recognized throughout the country.
Vanesa Romero: Spanish actress and model, star of La que se avecina. (Appears in the image)
Vanessa Hudgens: actress and singer who starred in the hit movie High School Musical.
Vanesa Carlton: American pianist, singer, songwriter and producer.
< b>Vanesa's Saint's Day
Vanesa celebrates her saint's day on February 13 as "Santa Vanesa", however, "Santa Vanessa", despite having the same name, is assigned her name day on September 23.
Numerology of the name Vanesa
According to numerology, Vanesa's number is number 8. It symbolizes success.
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Just found this info about the origin of Vanessa - Jonathan Swift (Gulliver's Travels, etc.) The butterfly genus is the Painted Lady VANESSA Gender: Feminine Usage: English Pronounced: va-NES-a [key] Invented by author Jonathan Swift. He arrived at it by rearranging the initial syllables of the first name and surname of Esther Vanhomrigh, his close friend. Vanessa was later used as the name of a genus of butterfly.
I LOVE MY NAME, VANESA . i was born in 1984. I have only met one other Vanessa in my life, but what can i say it is a beautiful name we all love it.
In 1961, when I was born, there were two great actresses named Vanessa - Vanessa Redgrave and a world-renown actress of stage and theatre from Europe. Growing up, I read in an Encyclopedia Britannica that the complete meaning of the name Vanessa was 'Goddess of Grace, Grace of God; Butterfly. The name has been condensed to Butterfly. Whenever I meet a Vanessa, I always ask if she has at least one butterfly. If not, I offer her one of mine.
Ha no one spells there name like mine!!!!!!!!!
My wife is Vanessa and she is a beautiful woman and the name suites her.
I was born in 1985 and I have only met three Vanessa's and I went to school with one of them.I really do love my name.
Vanessa means "Butterfly" in latin. It also means "star" in Greek. I love my name and although I have met a handful of Vanessa's it is definitely not as common as Jennifer or a name like that.
I love my name which is Vanessa of course. I also love that it means butterfly. I realize from the past couple of month that i may have an addiction to butterflies. i have a butterfly headband, butterfly scrunggy and i also have a butterfly tattoo on my left hand. but hey there's a lot of worst things that i could be addicted to so i'm o.k with it being butterflies.
I love my name because of the butterfly meaning.Everytime I see MAriah Carey's butterfly ring I get jealous but fortunately I finally found one that is just as beautiful.I was born in 1984 when it seems most Vanessas' were born.It also seems they usually are brunettes.
Vanessa is a strong and feminine name I think. It is my name. As a teenager people started to call me V or Ness and at times I called myself that. I am now a woman in my late twenties and when people do nickname me, I make it clear..."call me Vanessa." So.. I wouldn't worry to much about the shorter versions of Vanessa, your daughter can and will correct them as she gets older. The one I can't stand is 'Nessy' sounds like the name of a pet but in saying that, I have been reading the forums and some women like that. So each to their own. Hope this helps somewhat. Have a happy pregnancy.
To all those Vanessa's out there, I named my newborn daughter Vanessa, but now I am not too sure of the name because I don't like the nicknames I have heard. What are you called? And do you like it?
i was born in 1989, there are so many vanessa's everywhere i go, i remember ever since i was in kindergarten. Its a really commomn name now.