GENDER: Masculine
USAGE: Hungarian
Meaning & History
Hungarian form of VINCENT. It is also used as a short form of BENEDEK.
Related Names
OTHER LANGUAGES: Bikendi (Basque), Vicenç, Vicent (Catalan), Vinko (Croatian), Benedikt, Cenek, Vincenc (Czech), Bendt, Bent, Vincent (Danish), Benedictus, Ben, Vincent (Dutch), Benedict, Bennett, Ben, Bennie, Benny, Vin, Vince, Vincent, Vinnie, Vinny (English), Pentti (Finnish), Benoit, Enzo, Vincent (French), Bieito (Galician), Benedikt, Ben, Vinzent, Vinzenz (German), Peni (Hawaiian), Benedikt (Icelandic), Uinseann (Irish), Benedetto, Benito, Bettino, Enzo, Vincente, Vincenzo (Italian), Benedictus, Vincentius (Late Roman), Bendiks (Latvian), Benediktas, Benas, Vincentas (Lithuanian), Benedykt, Wincenty (Polish), Benedito, Bento, Vicente (Portuguese), Benedikt, Vikenti, Vikentiy (Russian), Vikentije (Serbian), Vincent (Slovak), Vincenc, Vinko (Slovene), Benito, Vicente (Spanish), Bengt, Vincent (Swedish), Benesh (Yiddish)
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