Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. VYIK-taw-rus
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Meaning & History

Lithuanian form of Victor.

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesBittor(Basque) Viktar(Belarusian) Viktor(Bulgarian) Víctor(Catalan) Viktor(Croatian) Viktor(Czech) Victor, Viktor(Danish) Victor(Dutch) Victor, Vic(English) Viktor(Estonian) Vihtori, Viktor(Finnish) Victor(French) Vítor(Galician) Viktor(German) Viktor(Greek) Viktor(Hungarian) Viktor(Icelandic) Vittore(Italian) Victor(Late Roman) Viktors(Latvian) Viktor(Macedonian) Victor, Viktor(Norwegian) Wiktor(Polish) Victor, Vítor(Portuguese) Victor(Romanian) Viktor, Vitya(Russian) Viktor(Serbian) Viktor(Slovak) Viktor(Slovene) Víctor(Spanish) Victor, Viktor(Swedish) Viktor(Ukrainian) Gwythyr(Welsh)

Name Days

Greece: November 11
Lithuania: February 25

Entry updated April 25, 2021