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Page 1/3. 52 Victory names and what they mean, for victory, conquest, victorious, success for baby boys, listing 1-20. Here is the list of Victory names for girls.
Alfred .. A rather common name before the Norman Conquest of Britain, being the name of Alfred the Great (ninth century), King of Wessex ..
Archibald .. Brought to Britain with the Norman Conquest, and popular largely in Scotland, where it is used as the English version of Gaelic Gilleasbaig ..
Atahualpa .. Name of the last king of the Incas, who ruled the area now known as Peru before the Spanish conquest of the 16th century.
Barack .. Biblical: a valiant warrior who cooperated with the prophetess Deborah to win victory in a battle against overwhelming odds ..
Bernard .. Brought to England with the Norman Conquest ..
Britannicus Roman prince, son of Claudius, who was named for his father's conquests in Britain around 50 AD ..
Cairo .. (Arabic) "Victorious." ..
Christian .. From Latin Christianus, a girl's name in the Middle Ages that became used as a male name, possibly due to the success of John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" (1684), whose hero is called Christian ..
Claus .. Variant of Nicholas (Greek) "people of victory", representing a short form of Niclaus or Niklaus ..
Colin .. Diminutive form of the medieval name Col or Colle, a short form of Nicholas (Greek) "people of victory" ..
Conan .. Name was taken to Ireland some time after the Norman Conquest ..
Cosgrove .. (Irish, Gaelic) "Victorious champion."
Coulson Surname derived from Nicholas (Greek) "people of victory".
Dale .. Success guru Dale Carnegie.
Darius .. Historical: Darius (in Persian, Dariush) the Great assumed the kingship of Babylon after its conquest by Cyrus in fifth century BC ..
Ebenezer .. Biblical: name of a memorial stone set up by the prophet Samuel to mark a critical battle and victory in Jewish history ..
Edward .. Used in the royal family by three Anglo-Saxon kings and eight kings of England since the Norman Conquest ..
Esmond .. It was revived in the 19th century, during which the success of "The History of Henry Esmond" may have been influential.
Eustace .. Brought to Britain with the Norman conquest.
Fawzi .. (Arabic) "Victory." ..
Alfred, Bernard, Christian, Colin, Dale, Darius and Edward are commonly used names, while Archibald, Atahualpa, Barack, Britannicus, Cairo, Claus, Conan, Cosgrove, Coulson, Ebenezer, Esmond, Eustace and Fawzi are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
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