Vincent

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Vincent
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Pronunciation /ˈvɪnsɛnt/
French: [vɛ̃sɑ̃]
Gender Male
Origin
Word/name Latin
Meaning "conquering", "winning"
Other names
Nickname(s) Vince, Vinny, Vinnie, Vin
Related names Vincentius, Vicente, Vincente, Vincenzo

Vincent (Latin: Vincentius) is a male given name derived from the Roman name Vincentius, which is derived from the Latin word "vincere" (to conquer).

Translations[edit]

  • Arabic: فنسنت, منصور
  • Basque: Bikendi
  • Belarusian: Вінцэнт
  • Catalan: Vicenç, Vicent
  • Chinese Simplified: 文森特 (Wénsēntè)
  • Chinese Traditional: 文森特 (Wénsēntè)
  • Czech: Vincenc, Cenek, Vincence, Vinco
  • Dutch: Vincent
  • English: Vincent, Vince, Vinny, Vinnie, Vin
  • French: Vincent
  • Filipino: Enteng
  • Finnish: Vinsentti
  • German: Vinzent, Vinzenz, Vincenz
  • Greek: Βικέντιος (Vikéndios)
  • Hebrew: וינסנט
  • Hungarian: Vince, Bence, Vinci
  • Irish: Uinseann
  • Italian: Vincenzo, Vincenzio, Enzo, Vincente, Vicenzo
  • Japanese: ヴィンセント (Vuinsento)
  • Kannada: ವಿನ್ಸೆಂಟ್ (Vinseṇṭ)
  • Korean: 빈센트 (Binsenteu)
  • Late Roman: Vincentius
  • Latin: Vincentius
  • Latvian: Vincents
  • Lithuanian: Vincentas, Vincas
  • Macedonian: Винсент (Vinsent)
  • Malayalam : വിൻസെന്റ് (vincent)
  • Mandarin Chinese: 文森 (Wensen)
  • Mongolian: Винсент (Vinsyent)
  • Persian: وینسنت
  • Polish: Wincenty, Wicek, Wicent, Wicus
  • Portuguese: Vicente
  • Romanian: Vincențiu
  • Russian: Викентий (Vikentiy, native Russian form), Винсент (Vinsent, used for non-Slavs), Kesha, Vika, Vikent, Vikenti, Vikesha
  • Serbian: Викентије (Vikentije) or Вићентије (Vićentije)
  • Sheng: Vinni, Vince
  • Slovene: Vincenc, Vinko
  • Spanish: Vicente
  • Swedish: Vincent
  • Thai: วินเซนต์ (Winsent̒)
  • Ukrainian: Вінсент (Vinsent, Winsent)
  • Urdu: ونسنٹ
  • Vietnamese: Vĩnh Xuân
  • Yiddish: ווינסענט‎ (Wwynsʻnt)

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  • Vincent (born 1995), Canadian electronic music producer and pianist (born Robert Hughes)
  • Vince Clarke (born 1960), English musician, part of Depeche Mode, Yazoo, The Assembly, Erasure, VCMG
  • Vince Gill (born 1957), American country music singer, songwriter and musician
  • Vince Guaraldi (1928-1976), American jazz musician and pianist
  • Vince Hill (born 1937), English singer
  • Vince Martin (born 1937), American folk singer and songwriter
  • Vinnie Moore (born 1964), American guitarist and member of the English hard rock band UFO
  • Vinnie Paul (born 1964), American rock/metal drummer
  • Vincent Persichetti (1915-1987), American composer, teacher and pianist
  • Vinnie Vincent (born 1952), American rock/metal guitarist, formerly with Kiss
  • Vincent Pontare (born 1980), Swedish singer and songwriter

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