Gender Masculine & Feminine
Usage English
Pronounced Pron. VIK
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Meaning & History

Short form of Victor or Victoria.

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesToya(American (Hispanic)) Viktorya(Armenian) Bittor(Basque) Viktar, Viktoria, Viktoriya, Viktoryia, Vita(Belarusian) Viktor, Viktoria, Viktoriya(Bulgarian) Víctor, Victòria(Catalan) Viktor, Viktorija(Croatian) Viktor, Viktorie(Czech) Victor, Victoria, Viktor, Viktoria(Danish) Victor(Dutch) Viktor, Viktoria(Estonian) Vihtori, Viktor(Finnish) Victoire, Victor(French) Vítor(Galician) Victoria, Viktor, Viktoria(German) Viktor, Viktoria(Greek) Wikolia(Hawaiian) Viktor, Viktória(Hungarian) Viktor(Icelandic) Vittore, Vittoria(Italian) Victor, Victoria(Late Roman) Viktorija, Viktors(Latvian) Viktoras, Viktorija(Lithuanian) Viktor, Viktorija(Macedonian) Victor, Victoria, Viktor, Viktoria(Norwegian) Wiktor, Wiktoria(Polish) Victor, Vítor, Vitória(Portuguese) Victor, Victoria(Romanian) Viktor, Viktoria, Viktoriia, Viktoriya, Vitya(Russian) Viktor, Viktorija(Serbian) Viktor, Viktória(Slovak) Viktor, Viktorija(Slovene) Víctor, Victoria(Spanish) Victor, Victoria, Viktor, Viktoria(Swedish) Viktor, Viktoria, Viktoriia, Viktoriya, Vita(Ukrainian) Gwythyr(Welsh Mythology)

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Entry updated December 3, 2014