Victor (name)

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Victor is Latin in origin meaning "winner" or "conqueror".

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  • Greek: Βίκτωρας (Viktoras)
  • Gujarati: વિક્ટર (Vikṭara)
  • Hebrew: ויקטור‬ (Viktor), אביגדור‬ (Avigdor)
  • Hindi: विजेता, Vijētā, Abhijeet
  • Hungarian: Viktor, Győző
  • Ibibio: Àkàn
  • Igbo: Ùgò
  • Irish: Buadhach
  • Italian: Vittorio, Vittore, Vittorino, Rino
  • Japanese: ビクター (Bikutā)
  • Kannada: ಜಯಶಾಲಿ, Jayaśāli
  • Korean: 빅토르 (Biktoreu), 빅터 (Bikteo)
  • Late Roman: Victorinus, Victorius
  • Latvian: Viktors
  • Lithuanian: Viktoras
  • Macedonian: Виктор (Viktor)
  • Marathi: विजेता (Vijētā)
  • Mongolian: Виктор (Viktor)
  • Nepali: विक्टर (Vikṭara)
  • Norwegian: Viktor
  • Persian: Pirooz
  • Polish: Wiktor
  • Portuguese: Vítor, Victor
  • Romanian: Victor
  • Russian: Ви́ктор (Victor, Viktor), Витя (Vitya), Вика (Vika), Витенька (Vitenka), Витёк (Vityok), Витька (Vitka), Витасик (Vitasik), Витасенька (Vitasenka)
  • Serbian: Виктор (Viktor)
  • Slovak: Viktor
  • Somali: Guled
  • Spanish: Víctor, Victorio, Victoriano, Victorino
  • Swedish: Victor, Viktor
  • Tamil: வஞ்சி (Vañci)
  • Telugu: విక్టర్ (Vikṭar)
  • Turkish: Galip, Muzaffer, Utku, Zafer
  • Ukrainian: Віктор (Viktor)
  • Welsh: Gwythyr
  • Yiddish: וויקטאָר‬ (Viktor)
  • Yoruba: Segun

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