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Gender: F Meaning of Verena: "integrity" Origin of Verena: Latin

Verena is pleasant but old-fashioned. Whether that's the outdated kind of old-fashioned or the so-out-it's-in-again kind is your call.

St. Verena was a third century nurse; Verena Tarrant is a beautiful red-haired character in the Henry James novel The Bostonians.

Famous People Named Verena

Saint Verena, 3rd-century Egyptian nurse who went with the Theban Legion to Switzerland; her name might be a Coptic form of Berenice which is also the source of Veronica
Verena Peter, German actress
Verena Esther Huber-Dyson, Swiss mathematician
Verena Merethe von Weymarn, first German woman military general
Verena Winifred Holmes, English mechanical engineer
Verena Wagner Lafferentz, granddaughter of German composer Richard Wagner; ex-girlfriend of Hitler
Verena Faißt, German footballer
Verena "Vreni" Schneider, Swiss skier

Pop Culture References for the name Verena

Verena Tarrant, character in Henry James' "The Bostonians" (1886)
Verena Simmons, malicious gossip in Holy Deadlock (1934) by A. P. Herbert
Verena von Stefan, character in film "All I Wanna Do"

Veruchka, Varena, Vereena, Verene, Varina, Veruschka, Vrini, Veryna

Verena's International Variations

Verochka, Verinka, Verina, Verine (Russian) Verandia (Dutch)