Angel of Vegetables - Sealiah and Sofiel, who are also the angels over fruit.
Angels of Vengeance - The 12 angels of vengeance were among the 1st formed at Creation, although, according to Catholic doctrine, all angels were formed at one and the same time. Only 6 of these angels of vengeance are known by name--Satanel, Michael, Gabriel, Uriel, Raphael, and Nathanel (Zathael). Now, since the angels of the presence seem to be interchangeable (in Jewish lore) with the angels of vengeance, and since 12 of the former are known by name, 6 of these may be "taken over" and included in the listing of the vengeancees--Suriel, Jehol, Zagagel, Akatriel, Metatron, and Yefefiah. The French painter Prud'hon (1758-1823) did a head of Vengeance in his painting "Divine Vengenance anf Justice Pursuing Crime," which hangs in the Louvre. The head suggests that Prud'hon had the angel Uriel in mind.
Angel of (the planet) Venus - Anael (Haniel), Hasdiel, Eurabatres, Rapahel, Habiel, and Noguel.
Angel of Victory - Bahram, or Var (Adar) Bahram, who is a yazata in Parsi lore. The Dabistan and The Mandeans of Iraq and Iran associate the angel of victory with the ascent of the soul of man.
Angel of Vindication - Douma(h) or Duma, who is also the angel of silence and the angel of stillness of death. With Uzziel (Rhab), Douma was the governing sar (i.e., angel prince) of Egypt.
Angel of Virgo (Virgin) - Voil or Voel. According to Rabbi Chromer in Levi, Transcendental Magic, the ruling spirits of this zodical sign are Iadara and Schaltiel.
Angel of (the order of) Virtues - More than a score of the angels of this order are named in G. Davidson's article, "The Celestial Virtues." Among the ruling princes of the order are Ariel, Barbiel, Haniel (Anael), Peliel, Nathanael, Atuniel.
Angel of Voyages - Susabo, who is one of the presiding genii of the 6th hour, in Apollonius of Tyana, The Nuctemeron.