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Gender: F Pronunciation: VY-da; VEE-da Meaning of Vida: "life" Origin of Vida: Spanish

Like Vita and Viva, one of several similar life-affirming names, this one was chosen by Matthew McConaughey and his Portuguese-born wife Camila. Vida may also be a diminutive of Davida. Australian suffragette and human rights campainer Vida Goldstein is an notable bearer of this name.

Famous People Named Vida

Vida Rose, daughter of American artist Craig Kauffman
Vida Pavlovic, Romany singer
Vida Goldstein, Australian politician, suffragist & social reformer
Vida Alves McConaughey, daughter of Matthew McConaughey & Camila Alves

Pop Culture References for the name Vida

Pet-form of Davida, used independently since the 1860s, originally used in Scotland, but steadily used elsewhere
Vida Boheme, a New York drag queen played by Patrick Swayze in the 1995 movie "To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar"
"Viva la Vida," a song by Coldplay
Vida Rocca, Pink Ranger of Power Rangers Mystic Force
Vida, a character in "The Darkest Minds" series

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