The name Vienna is a girl's name of Latin origin. Vienna is ranked #899 on our popularity charts and is often added to lists like Place Names Off The Map and discussed in our forums with posts like "Names on NB that make you go WOW!".
From the experts:
Vienna is one of the more popular of the European place-names, with a particularly pleasant sound, evoking elegant images of the Blue Danube, of castles and cafes, sweets and sausages and Strauss waltzes—and Sigmund Freud. It could be a possible substitute for the popular Sienna.
While many see place-names as a recent invention, Vienna has been used as a name for centuries. It was, for instance, the name of a 15th century mother of a saint. Joan Crawford plays a strong-willed saloon keeper in the classic 1954 western drama Johnny Guitar. And there was also a Vienna in the F. Scott Fitzgerald story "The Bowl."
Trivia tidbit: Vienna's Roman-era name was Vindobono.