Gender Feminine
Pronounced Pron. vee-TAW-ryu
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Meaning & History

Portuguese form of Victoria.

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesToya(American (Hispanic)) Viktorya(Armenian) Viktoria, Viktoriya, Viktoryia, Vita(Belarusian) Viktoria, Viktoriya(Bulgarian) Victòria(Catalan) Viktorija(Croatian) Viktorie(Czech) Victoria, Viktoria(Danish) Victoria, Tori, Toria, Tory, Vic, Vicki, Vickie, Vicky, Vikki(English) Viktoria(Estonian) Victoire(French) Victoria, Viktoria(German) Viktoria(Greek) Wikolia(Hawaiian) Viktória(Hungarian) Vittoria(Italian) Victoria(Late Roman) Viktorija(Latvian) Viktorija(Lithuanian) Viktorija(Macedonian) Victoria, Viktoria(Norwegian) Wiktoria(Polish) Victoria(Romanian) Viktoria, Viktoriia, Viktoriya(Russian) Viktorija(Serbian) Viktória(Slovak) Viktorija(Slovene) Victoria(Spanish) Victoria, Viktoria(Swedish) Viktoria, Viktoriia, Viktoriya, Vita(Ukrainian)
User SubmissionsVitòria, Vitoria

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Entry updated April 16, 2019