What does Vinnie mean?

Vinnie

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▼ as a name for girls (also used as boys" name Vinnie) is of Old English and Latin derivation, and the name Vinnie means "elf or magical being, friend". Vinnie is an alternate form of Alvina (Old English): feminine of Alvin. Vinnie is also a form of Elvina (Old English). Vinnie is also used as a form of Lavinia (Latin).STARTS/ENDS WITH Vi-, -nie

ASSOCIATED WITH old english, elf, magical

Variations

VARIANTS Vinny, Vinni, Vina▼

MASCULINE FORM Vincent

CREATIVE FORMS(female) (male) MIDDLE NAME PAIRINGSVinnie Adalynn (V.A.), ..

How popular is Vinnie?

Vinnie is a somewhat prominent first name for women (#2288 out of 4276, Top 53%) but an unusual last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)




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Vinnie entered the list in 1880-1889 and reached its peak rank of #396 in the U.S. then, but is not ranked currently. (2018 U.S. SSA RECORDS)


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Which version is better?

Alvina, Elvina, Lavinia and Vina are the popular related forms of Vinnie listed in the Top 2000. These forms of Vinnie reached the peak of their popularity 138 years ago (AVERAGE #427), but now, versions like Vinnie have become less fashionable.


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Similar Names

Vinnie▼ is alike in pronunciation to Vania, Vanna, Vannie, Veenia, Venia, Venna, Viana, Vianna, Vienna▲, Viennia, Vinia, Vinya, Viona, Vonni and Vonnie. Other suggested similar-sounding names are Annie▼, Bennie▼, Binnie, Bonnie▼, Bunnie, Cindie, Connie▼, Cynnie, Dennie, Dinnie, Donnie▼, Fannie▼, Gennie, Gingie, Ginnee, Ginni, Ginnie, Hannie, Hennie, Jannie▼, Jennie▼, Jinnee, Jinni, Jinnie, Kinsie, Kinzie, Konnie, Lannie, Linnae, Linnie▼, Linsie, Lonnie, Mindie, Minne, Minnee, Minnie▼, Monnie, Nonnie, Pennie▼, Rennie, Ronnie▼, Sannie, Sidnie, Sindie, Sinnie, Sivnie (see Sivney), Sonnie, Sunnie, Tinie, Vangie, Vennice, Vernie▼, Vickie▼, Vienne, Virgie▼, Winne, Winnie▼, Wynnie, Zannie and Zinnia. These names tend to be less frequently used than Vinnie.