Alfred - GhalibPage 1/3 of 50 Victory names.
Alfred 1 .. .. before the Norman Conquest of Britain .. Alflen (upper 53%) is a popular surname similar to Alfredo (upper 31%), var.. [Ahlfred, Alf, Alfre, Alfrey, Alfy, Avery, Fred, Freddy, .. 13 more]
Archibald 2 .. .. with the Norman Conquest, and popular .. Archibold and forms grew in popularity during 1880-1889 and are less popular today, with Arch, Archibald and Archie becoming less fashionable. [Arch, Archibaldo, Archibold, Archimbaldo, .. 9 more]
Atahualpa 3 .. .. before the Spanish conquest of the .. Outside Top 1000.
Barack 4 .. .. Deborah to win victory in a .. Barack, Barak and Barrak are not often adopted as children's names. [Barak, .. 1 more]
Bernard 5 .. .. to England with the Norman Conquest .. A somewhat untypical birth name, Bernard is used more often as a surname. [Barnard, Barnhardo, Berend, Bernd, Berndt, Vernados, .. 18 more]
Britannicus 6 .. for his father's conquests in Britain .. Britannicus is not a Top 1000 name.
Cairo 7 .. From Arabic word. "Victorious." A rare birth name, Cairo exists more commonly as a last name. See also Chiro. Place name ..
Claus 8 .. Derived fr. German, Greek words. "People of victory." Claus, like the similar-sounding Klaas, occurs more often as a last name. Variant of Nicholas, representing a short .. [Claes, .. 2 more]
Colin▲ 9 .. .. of Nicholas (Greek) "people of victory" .. Colin has become increasingly popular as a children's name since 1880-1889. [Cailean, Cole, .. 4 more]
Conan 10 .. .. some time after the Norman Conquest .. Connie is prevalent as a form of Conan. [Con, Connie, .. 2 more]
Cosgrove 11 .. Derived fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Victorious champion." Not in popularity charts. [Cosgrave]
Coulson 12 .. Derivative of Greek language. "People of victory." Coulson and Colson were not Top birth names in 2014. Surname derived from Nicholas. [Colson]
Darius▲ 13 .. .. Babylon after its conquest by Cyrus .. Darius, Dario and Darrius are prevalent as variations. [Darias, .. 6 more]
Ebenezer 14 .. .. critical battle and victory in Jewish .. Ebeneer, Ebenezerea and Ebenezerri are kreatif variations. [Eb, Ebbaneza, Ebenezar, Eveneser, .. 6 more]
Edward 15 .. .. of England since the Norman Conquest .. Adoption of Edward, Ned, etc. as baby names in 2014 was down 6.9% compared to 2004. [Duarte, Eadward, Eddy, Edoardo, Edouard, Eduardo, Edwards, Ewart, Ned, Teddy, .. 17 more]
Eustace 16 .. .. to Britain with the Norman conquest. Eustis and variants soared in popularity in the 1960s and have become less widespread, with Stacey becoming less trendy. [Estachio, Eustachios, Eustachius, Eustaquio, Eustashe, Eustatius, Eustiss, .. 7 more]
Fawzi 17 .. Stems fr. Arabic language. "Victory." Not in popularity charts. From fawz. [Fauzi, .. 1 more]
Firoz 18 .. From Arabic. "Victorious." Firoz and Firus are rarely used as masculine names. [Firus]
Garmon 19 .. .. achieve a bloodless victory over invading .. Not in popularity charts. See also Garman.
Ghalib 20 .. Derivative of Arabic. "Victorious." Ghalib was not among 2014's Top names.
Summary of Victory names (and variants) for boys.Alfred - Ghalib
Alfred [Fred, Avery, Fredo, Elfred, Freddy, Freddie, ..], Archibald [Archy, Baldie, Archimbald, Arquibaldo, Arquimbaldo, Archimbaldo, ..], Atahualpa, Barack [Barak, Barrak], Bernard [Bernt, Bernie, Bernis, Burnard, Vernados, Bernhardo, ..], Britannicus, Cairo, Claus [Klaus, Claes, Clause], Colin▲ [Col, Cole, Colan, Colle, Colyn, Cailean], Conan [Con, Conn, Connie, Conant], Cosgrove [Cosgrave], Coulson [Colson], Darius▲ [Dario, Derry, Dariess, Darrius, Derrius, Darious], Ebenezer [Ebenzer, Ebeneser, Eveneser, Ebenezar, Evenezer, Ebeneezer, ..], Edward [Ned, Ted, Lalo, Teddy, Neddie, Teddie, ..], Eustace [Eustis, Stacey, Eustiss, Eustazio, Eustatius, Jevstachi, ..], Fawzi [Fauzi, Fawziy], Firoz [Firus], Garmon, GhalibHewett - Sigbjorn
Hewett [Hewet, Hewie, Hewitt, Hewlett, Hewlitt], Jaimini, Jay [Jeh, Jae, Jai, Jaye, Jayron, Jayronn], Kernaghan [Carnahan, Kernohan], Klaus [Klaas, Klaes], Lawrence▼ [Lorin, Lorry, Loritz, Lorrenz, Lowrance, Lorrence, ..], Mansur [Mansoor, Mansour], Mead [Meed, Meade], Nels, Nicandro [Nikander, Nicandreo, Nikandreo, Nicandros, Nikandrios, Nicandrios], Nicholas [Nils, Nikos, Nilos, Nikolay, Nikolos, Nikolaus, ..], Nick▼ [Niko, Nikko, Nikki, Nikos, Nixon, Nykko, ..], Nicodemus [Nikodim, Nikodema, Nicodemo, Nikodemus], Nicomedes [Nicomedo, Nikomedes], Nikostratos [Nicostrato, Nicostratos, Nicostratus], Norman▼ [Norm, Normie, Normen, Normand, Normando], Olimpio [Olimpo, Olympio, Olympus, Olympios], Seward [Sewerd, Siward], Siegfried [Sigfred, Sigfrid, Sigfryd, Sigvard, Sygfried, Sigfried], Sigbjorn [Siegbjorn]Sigmund - Zafar
Sigmund [Sigmond, Szymond, Zikmund, Zygmunt, Zsigmond, Sigismundus, ..], Signe [Signy], Sigwald [Siegwald], Sigurd, Tracy▼ [Trace, Tracey, Treacy], Trenton▲ [Trenten, Trentin], Troy▲ [Troi, Troye], Vernon▼ [Verne, Vernee, Vernen, Vernin, Verney, Vernard, ..], William [Wim, Willy, Wilmer, Wilmot, Wilson, Wilmott, ..], Zafar [Zaphar]