Colors Related to this Name: Blue, Gray

Qualities Related to this Name: Pratical, Dependable

Popularity: This name is unique in the US. Ranking # in 2013 and #16271 in 2014.


In English

Origin: From Latin Vesta, related to Ancient Greek ἑστία ‎(hestía, “to dwell”) and Ἑστία ‎(Hestía, “Hestia”), all from Proto-Indo-European *h₂wes-; see also Old High German and Old English wesan ‎(“to be”), Gothic wisan ‎(wisan), Sanskrit वसति ‎(vasati, “abide dwell”).


-(astronomy) Short for (w 4 Vesta), the fourth asteroid discovered.

-(Roman god) The virgin goddess of the hearth, fire, and the household, and therefore a deity of domestic life. The Roman counterpart of Hestia.

-( female name -comes from the Latin language-) in occasional use.

In French


-(astronomy) Vesta

-(Roman god) Vesta

In Portuguese


-(label pt Roman god) (Vesta) (Roman goddess)

In Serbo-Croatian


-(Roman god) (l en Vesta) (Roman goddess)