Verginia is a girl’s name meaning “maiden,” of Latin origin and a variant form of the more common name Virginia. This name is thought to be derived from the ancient Roman family name Virginius. It’s connected to the Latin word virgo, meaning “maiden” or “virgin,” and has been used for many notable women in history, such as Virginia Woolf, Virginia Dare, and Virginia O’Hanlon. With deep historical roots and geographical links, Verginia has a classical ring to it that makes it a polished choice for your little one.
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