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Gender: F Pronunciation: VIH-RID-ISS Meaning of Viridis: "green" Origin of Viridis: Latin

Viridis is a medieval Italian name which is also the Latin word for green. This name is a beautiful option for parents looking for an unusual name that conveys freshness, youth, springtime and nature.

Viridis Visconti was a Milanese noblewoman who married into the Austrian royal family.

Famous People Named Viridis

Viridis della Scala of Verona (died 1394), wife of Niccolo II d'Este
Viridis Visconti (1352-1414), grandmother of Holy Roman Emperor Frederick III

Pop Culture References for the name Viridis

Means "green" in Latin (in the Middle Ages this word was used as a feminine name in reference to the colour of growing foliage, thus acquired the transferred meaning of "young, youthful, fresh, lively, blooming")
Related names: Viridia, Viridiana