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Boy Names associated with Victory


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Victory baby names and what they mean, for victory, supplants, conquest, victorious, with 70 results. These boy names were at the top of their popularity during the years 1880-1889 (ADOPTION OF 17.1%) and are now much less common (ADOPTION 4.1%, 75.9%), with names like Bernard becoming less stylish. Cairo (#941), Seamus (#948) and Yaakov (#1017) are three of the more trendy names for newborns among these, while Colen (TOP 18%) and Carro (17%) are popular last names. Here is the list of Victory names for girls.

Victory names

Alfred - Garmon | Ghalib - Klaus | Kobi - Signe | Sigwald - Zafar

Alfred - Garmon

.. before the Norman Conquest of Britain .. Common as surnames. Compare Elfred, var. and popular -ed surnames Alsayed (TOP 99%), Allred (1%). [Fredo, Freddy, Avery, Alfredos, Alfredo, Alfie, .. 16 more]

.. with the Norman Conquest, and popular .. Archie is commonly occurring (upper 30%) as a given name. [Baldie, Archimbaldo, Archie, Archer, .. 9 more]

.. before the Spanish conquest of the .. Outside Top 2000.

.. Deborah to win victory in a .. Rare as baby names, but Barack, Barak, etc. sound like the more popular Breck. [Barrak, .. 1 more]

.. to England with the Norman Conquest .. Bernard has faded in favor as a baby name circa the 1920s. [Vernados, Bernis, Bernie, Barny, Barnie, .. 18 more]

.. for his father's conquests in Britain .. Not Top 2000 name.

From Arabic language. "Victorious." Usage of Cairo as a children's name in 2015 was up 28.9% compared to a year ago. See also Chiro. Place name ..

Source fr. German, Greek words. "People of victory." Claes, Clause, etc. are seldom found as male names. Variant of Nicholas, representing a short .. [Klaus, Clause, Claes]

.. of Nicholas (Greek) "people of victory" .. Adoption of Colin, Col, etc. as boys' names in 2015 was 6% less than a year ago. [Colyn, Col, Cailean, .. 3 more]

.. some time after the Norman Conquest .. Used somewhat widely as baby names, Conan, Connie, etc. sound like the common Canon. [Connie, Con, .. 2 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Victory names: Alfred, Archibald, Bernard, Cairo, Claus

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Victory names: Colin, Conan, Darius, Diego, Ebenezer

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Victory names: Edward, Eustace

From Irish, Gaelic word. "Victorious champion." Not in Top 2000. [Cosgrave]

Derived fr. Greek element. "People of victory." Coulson is more unique as a variant form. Surname derived from Nicholas. [Colson]

.. Babylon after its conquest by Cyrus .. Darius (top 50%) and Dario (80%) are commonly occurring as male names. [Derry, Darrius, .. 5 more]

Derivative of Spanish, Hebrew words. "He who supplants." Well-used, with usage of 0.17% for Diego and Dago as boys' names in 2015, higher than 0.166% the year before. Variant of James .. [Dago]

.. critical battle and victory in Jewish .. Adoption of Evenezer and forms was expansive a century ago and is now less. [Evenezer, Eveneser, Ebenezar, Eb, .. 6 more]

.. of England since the Norman Conquest .. A very conventional boys' name (#158 THE PAST YEAR) which is also found somewhat frequently as a surname. [Teddy, Teddie, Neddie, Ekewaka, Edison, Edik, Eadbhard, .. 20 more]

.. to Britain with the Norman conquest. Stacey (top 2%), Eustace (14%), Eustis (22%), Eustache (32%) and Eustaquio (34%) exist often as surnames. [Stacey, Eustashe, .. 12 more]

Based on Arabic element. "Victory." Fawzi, Fauzi and Fawziy were not among 2015's Top names. From fawz. [Fawziy, .. 1 more]

Source fr. Arabic language. "Victorious." Firoz and Firus are not in the Top 2000. [Firus]

.. achieve a bloodless victory over invading .. Garmon, like the similar-sounding Garman, occurs more usually as a surname. See also Garion.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of Victory names [and variants] for boys.

1. Alfred - Garmon
Alfred [Fred, Fredo, Freddy, Freddie, ..], Archibald [Archy, Baldie, Arquibaldo, Arquimbaldo, ..], Atahualpa, Barack [Barak, Barrak], Bernard [Bernt, Bernis, Burnard, Vernados, ..], Britannicus, Cairo, Claus [Klaus, Claes, Clause], Colin [Col, Cole, Colle, Colyn, ..], Conan [Con, Conn, Connie, Conant], Cosgrove [Cosgrave], Coulson [Colson], Darius [Derry, Darious, Derrius, Darrius, ..], Diego [Dago], Ebenezer [Ebenzer, Ebenezar, Eveneser, Evenezer, ..], Edward [Ted, Teddy, Neddie, Teddie, ..], Eustace [Eustis, Stacey, Eustiss, Jevstachi, ..], Fawzi [Fauzi, Fawziy], Firoz [Firus], Garmon

Ghalib, Giacomo [Lapo, Jacopo], Hamish, Harjit [Harjeet], Hereward, Hewett [Hewie, Hewitt, Hewlett, Hewlitt], Iago [Jago, Yago], Jack [Jaq, Jak, Jacq, Jacqin, ..], Jacob [Yakov, Yakup, Yaqub, Shamus, ..], Jacques [Jaq, Jock, Jacque, Jaques], Jaime [Jayme, Jaimey, Jaimie, Jaymie], Jaimini, James [Jimbo, Jimmy, Seamus, Jimmie, ..], Jamie [Jamee, Jamey, Jayme, Jaimie], Jascha [Jasha], Jay [Jeh, Jaye, Jayron, Jayronn, ..], Jim [Jimmy, Jimmey, Jimmie, Jimson, ..], Jock [Jocko], Kernaghan [Carnahan, Kernohan], Klaus [Klaas, Klaes]

Kobi [Koby, Kobe, Kobie, Kobey, ..], Lawrence [Lorry, Lorrenz, Lorrence, Lowrance, ..], Mansur [Mansoor, Mansour], Mead [Meed, Meade], Nels, Nicandro [Nikander, Nicandros, Nikandreo, Nikandrios, ..], Nicholas [Nils, Nikos, Nilos, Nikolos, ..], Nick [Niko, Nikos, Nixon, Nykko, ..], Nicodemus [Nikodim, Nikodema, Nicodemo, Nikodemus], Nicomedes [Nicomedo, Nikomedes], Nikostratos [Nicostrato, Nicostratos, Nicostratus], Norman [Normie, Normen, Normand, Normando], Olimpio [Olimpo, Olympio, Olympus, Olympios], Seamus [Seumas, Seumus, Shamus], Seward [Sewerd, Siward], Shamus, Siegfried [Sigfryd, Sigvard, Sigfried, Sygfried, ..], Sigbjorn [Siegbjorn], Sigmund [Zikmund, Zygmunt, Szymond, Zsigmond, ..], Signe [Signy]

Sigwald [Siegwald], Sigurd, Tracy [Trace, Tracey, Treacy], Trenton [Trenten, Trentin], Troy [Troi, Troye], Vernon [Vernee, Vernen, Verney, Vernin, ..], Victor [Vitor, Vitorio, Vittorio, Vittorios, ..], William [Wim, Wilmot, Wilson, Wilmott, ..], Yaakov [Yago, Yacov, Yakob, Yakov, ..], Zafar [Zaphar]

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