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In Dan Brown's novel "Angels and Demons", the heroine's name is Vittoria Vetra. I think it's a lovely name.
― Anonymous User  6/1/2006
Pronounced veet-o-ree-ah.
― Anonymous User  6/5/2008
I've always loved the name Victoria, but I can't help feeling it sounds, well, quite choppy and staccato. But swap the c for a t et voilà, Vittoria! I think Vittoria sounds very beautiful and lyrical. Do I prefer it or Victoria? I'm not sure. Victoria has been a favourite of mine for years, because it reminds me of the sophistication of the Victorian age and Victorian fashions. But per se, I prefer the sound of Vittoria, and if it were an aesthetic choice, I would pick this Italian form.
shotgun_wedding  3/16/2010
Pretty! I like Victoria more, but Vittoria sounds very Italian and beautiful, not to mention unique!
Oohvintage  1/28/2013
This name is beautiful! All the nice things about Victoria and none of the bad, and instead of the gross Vicky as a nickname, there is the much more appealing Vita.
kvpp88  11/3/2014
Vittoria Colonna (born 1492, died Feb. 25, 1547), an Italian noblewoman and poet. She developed a friendship with Michelangelo Buonarroti.
― Anonymous User  3/21/2015
My grandmother's name was Victoria. Vittoria I like a whole lot more, it's beautiful! How elegant and exotic. I like the nickname Vita for Vittoria as opposed to Vicky if you went with Victoria. I don't like Vicky or the trendy Tori at all. Vita, Vivi or even Tita are cute nicknames for the Italian Vittoria.
― Anonymous User  11/12/2015

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