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I think this name is very serious sounding. It's my husband's name and he is in the army.
-- Anonymous User  4/1/2005
I think this name related with Victory. My fiancee's name is Victor and he is victorious...
-- WestN  10/4/2005
Johnny Depp's character in "The Corpse Bride" is called Victor, as is the vampire elder in "Underworld" but his is spelt with a K and not a C.
-- patchworkgirl  11/16/2005
That name is so hot.
-- POLISHPRINCESS  12/13/2005
A musical starring Julie Andrews is called "Victor/Victoria."
-- breakofday  12/16/2005
My grandpa's name is Victor. To me it seems like an older name, but a strong name. Victor is a name for someone who is very smart and honest.
-- cwalker4  9/13/2006
Listen to the German pronunciation of Victor here:
http://www.nordicnames.de/Aussprache.html.
-- _satu_  10/24/2006
I LOVE the name Victor. I want to name my son, if I have one, Victor. I also like the Russian spelling Viktor. Looks authentic.
-- Anonymous User  12/4/2006
Victor is such a nice name, and it's masculine-sounding.
-- Anonymous User  1/22/2007
Victor Krum is a character in Harry Potter. He is a surly, Bulgarian national quidditch player with a hook nose and a crush on Hermione Granger. That is all I can think about when I hear this name now.
-- Anonymous User  2/21/2007
That was Viktor not Victor Krum.
-- Anonymous User  7/1/2007
Victor is an awesome name! I don't know any Victors but I'm pretty sure if I did, he'd be really cool!
-- Anonymous User  3/25/2007
Victor is such a cool name. And it's true: It's hot.
-- Anonymous User  6/21/2007
I'm shocked no one has mentioned Victor Frankenstein, from Mary Shelley's wonderful novel.
-- black_lace  6/21/2007
Victor Babeş (1854 — 1926) was a Romanian physician, biologist, and one of the earliest bacteriologists. He made early and significant contributions to the study of rabies, leprosy, diphtheria, tuberculosis, and other infectious diseases. The Babeş-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca bears his name, as does the disease babesiosis.
-- Anonymous User  7/1/2007
I know it may be weird but my great grandmother was named Victor-Mae (seriously). She was named after her father (Victor). I personally think it was kind of a cute name. You know it's just different. But everyone says she didn't like it much though. =/
-- Cyneburga  7/20/2007
From Latin Victor, from victus, past participle of vincere, "to conquer."
-- earthnut  9/15/2007
Victor Frankenstein from Mary Woolstonecraft Shelley's Frankenstein. He's the scientist, NOT the evil grunting monster that Hollywood has presented to us (stupid Hollywood always twists the tales WAY too far!). The monster is actually very intelligent - he speaks French - and has no name.
-- mariej2  2/21/2008
A famous bearer was Danish-American Victor Borge (January 3, 1909 - December 23, 2000), a humorist, pianist, and comedy entertainer. He was called the Clown Prince of Denmark and the Great Dane.
-- AndrewJKD  4/14/2008
DC's character 'the Question' was named Charles Victor Szasz. Though he Prefers to go by Vic Sage instead.
-- BlackMartian923  10/1/2008
I don't know why I like the name Victor, but I do. Victor sounds refined and sophisticated, but also down to earth and rugged at the same time.
-- Anonymous User  11/25/2008
Vítězslav is the Czech equivalent of Victor.
Víťazoslav is the Slovak equivalent of Victor.
Vitoslav is old Slavonic equivalent.
-- MaggieSimpson  1/24/2009
Huckery, bulky and mothballed. At least that's how it comes across to me.
-- Anonymous User  3/3/2009
"Victor" is also the code word for the letter "V" in the NATO phonetic alphabet.
-- FMRadio  3/3/2009
Victor Analogy! (in the Thursday Next books by Jasper Fforde :) heehee.)
-- teensyalmond  6/4/2009
Victor Hugo is the author of Les Misérables, widely considered to be one of the greatest novels of the 19th century.
-- blue_belle  8/13/2010
A famous bearer is Marvel's supervillain Dr. Victor von Doom.
-- Anonymous User  1/8/2011
This would make a jewel of a middle name, but still I can't shake the image of a nerd when I hear this name. Might be because in the awesome movie Despicable Me, the nerdy villain character had the name Victor, but then he did change it to Vector (Committing crimes with both direction and magnitude! Oh yeah!)
-- Nina.Matau  1/24/2011
Victor Elpidiforovich Borisov-Musatov (April 14 [O.S. April 2] 1870 - November 8 [O.S. October 26] 1905) was a Russian painter, prominent for his unique Post-Impressionistic style that mixed Symbolism, pure decorative style and realism.
-- Anonymous User  9/24/2011
Name history is important and recording it in history is a Victory 'to the spoils goes the Victor' behindthename.com.
-- unclemitch  11/6/2012

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