Vivaldi

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Origin: Germanic, Latin, Italian

Meaning: it could be a Latin form of Vivaldus meaning “power, strength in combat” from Old German elements wig (fight, battle, warrior) and walda (might, power).

I’ve also seen it listed as coming from Latin vita meaning “life”.

Vivaldi is an Italian surname, most famously worn by Antonio Lucio Vivaldi, a Baroque composer whose best known work are The Four Seasons, a four violin concerti.

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