About ViolaGo back to names list
Viola is one of the characters in Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night.” A shipwrecked orphan who has no one to protect her, Viola is a practical and resourceful character, representing a levelheadedness that is not expressed in the other characters who veer between emotionalism and melancholy. Viola is a feminine name that is mainly found in Italy. It comes from the Latin word Violet which is a shade of the colour purple. “Twelfth Night” introduced the name into England.
You might also be interested in:
Similar names that begin with 'V':
Top 10 names also beginning with 'V':