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Gender Masculine
Usage Hungarian
Pronounced Pron. BEHN-tseh
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Meaning & History

Hungarian form of VINCENT. It is also used as a short form of BENEDEK.
VariantVince
Other Languages & CulturesBikendi(Basque) Vicenç(Catalan) Vicent(Catalan (Valencian)) Vinko(Croatian) Benedikt, Čeněk, Vincenc(Czech) Bendt, Bent, Vincent(Danish) Benedictus, Ben, Vincent(Dutch) Benedict, Bennett, Ben, Bennie, Benny, Vin, Vince, Vincent, Vinnie, Vinny(English) Pentti(Finnish) Benoît, 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, Vincas, Vincentas(Lithuanian) Ċensu(Maltese) Bendik(Norwegian) Benedykt, Wincenty(Polish) Benedito, Bento, Vicente(Portuguese) Benedikt, Vikenti, Vikentiy(Russian) Vissente(Sardinian) Vikentije(Serbian) Vincent(Slovak) Vincenc, Vinko(Slovene) Benito, Vicente(Spanish) Bengt, Vincent(Swedish) Benesh(Yiddish)

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