US Popularity:11163
Meaning:Literary invention; Butterfly
Do you want to give baby a classic moniker with a literary significance? Vanesse can make for a high-flying choice! This feminine name has English roots, coming from the name Vanessa, and was actually invented by author Jonathon Swift as a pseudonym for his lover, Esther Vanhomrigh. After his poem Cadenus and Vanessa was published, the name Vanessa soon grew into the popular name it is today, even becoming a name for a genus of butterflies. If you want a unique spin on this famous moniker, Vanesse can make for a trailblazing choice.

Vanesse Name Popularity Data

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in 1990
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from 1987
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