My Vinny is such a sweet baby. He has strawberry blonde hair and hazel eyes. I think Vinny is the perfect name for him. His legal name is Vincent but at age 1 we call him Vinny. Most of the time people think his name is Benny which is also a really cute name.
zzz123  8/17/2020
I prefer Vinnie.
nylonpanda  12/9/2019
Internet guy "Vinny" founder of Vinesauce. With Joel, they make up the most popular creators in the site.
― Anonymous User  9/26/2019
Heck yeah. I'm a big fan of Vincent- it was almost going to be my name if I had been born a man.
Vinny may be the easiest nickname to make out of it, but it's strong.
― Anonymous User  9/26/2019
I honestly see this as more of a feminine name than a masculine one for some reason. I sure hope I'm not the only one.
IAmAHumanBeing  4/23/2016
I've also heard this used as a girl's name, as a diminutive of Lavinia.
JustAnotherFangirl  10/18/2015
Vinny was given to 52 baby boys born in the US in 2012 as a full name.
Oohvintage  7/20/2013
Vincenzo "Vinny" Guadagnino from Jersey Shore.
― Anonymous User  8/6/2011
Vincent "Vinny Gorgeous" Basciano-- is an American mobster and acting boss of the Bonanno crime family.
― Anonymous User  5/7/2011
Since this is a stereotypical Italian-American name, I find this name to be quite boring. It always seems to go to the mobster in movies.
bananarama  7/27/2009
Since Apple and Rainbow are such stereotypical Flower-Child names, I find them quite boring. They always seem to go to the Hippie in movies.
Bananarama, you have such a conventional image. Basically any Italian (-American) name will be typecast as "Mobster," or "Mafia," sadly. Especially nowadays, since the stereotypical amount is growing regarding "Mob" titles. It is something you must get over. Vinny is a strong name. Any boy should be proud to bear it. Unlike the unfortunate growth in August... eep.

A morsel of information:
Though a bit unpopular in the USA, Vinny is in good company in Italy, where it is a name of plenty and numbers. Largely in Southern Italy, where "Vincenzo" is used in substantially.
Francesca  12/20/2010

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