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I personally LOVE this name. It hit me as soon as I heard it. Yes, there may be pronunciation problems, but if a name is beautiful and unheard of, there is a 99% chance at least one person will get it wrong. Victoire is an important and elegant name, and I love it!
callie_dove  9/17/2014
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Uncommon, like all names that are also nouns. Quite posh, too.
luxsword  4/28/2014
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Victoire was the daughter of King Henry II of France and his wife Catherine de Medici. She had a twinsister named Jeanne, but both died in infancy.
CarolinW  6/11/2012
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Victoire Léodile Béra (1824–1900) was a French writer and feminist.
Missy  6/4/2011
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I have met a Victoire Colette... personally, paired with "Colette" as a middle name it seems off-- lopsided.
― Anonymous User  6/3/2011
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Literally means "victory" in French.
missreader  12/21/2010
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Victoire Thivisol played Anouk in the movie Chocolat.
elysa  6/22/2010
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"Victoire" actually means "victory" in French - it isn't only a name, but also the common noun.
Marie-Amelie  11/5/2008
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This is my French name in French class! I think it's great! I loved it since I first heard it Harry Potter. Everyone else in my class went with names like Sophie or Dominique, but I'm the Victoire! I certainly feel unique!
spaz123  3/16/2008
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Victoire -- a strong, sophisticated, and feminine beauty of a name.
wordybookworm  1/8/2008
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Victoire Weasley (b. May 2nd 1998/9) is the eldest child of Fleur and Bill Weasley. She has two siblings, Dominique and Louis.
DontDissMadison  12/30/2007
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This is such a beautiful and elegant sounding name. Reminds me of strong feminine perfume.
dreamgirl54  11/7/2007
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I think this is an absolutely gorgeous name.
Cymry  10/27/2007
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Victoire is the name of a Weasley cousin in the epilogue of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. She is the daughter of Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour.
Nochenne  7/22/2007
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While she wasn't particularly famous, one of Marie Antoinette's aunts was named Victoire. She wasn't her blood related aunt, she was related by marriage when Marie Antoinette married Louis Auguste and moved to the palace of Versailles.
― Anonymous User  5/10/2007

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