Names That Mean Victorious

  1. Sigmund
    • Origin:

      German
    • Meaning:

      "victorious protection"
    • Description:

      The connection to Freud is a strong one, but this German name has a strong and interesting sound and great nickname potential: Ziggy, Iggy, Sim, Sid...
  2. Covy
    • Origin:

      Irish
    • Meaning:

      "victorious"
    • Description:

      Variously spelled Covy and Covey, this is a surname derived from the first name Cobthach. Like cousins Coby and Cody, it has an energetic nickname feel.
  3. Siegfried
    • Origin:

      German
    • Meaning:

      "victorious peace"
    • Description:

      Also spelled Sigfrid, this hefty German name has an appropriately majestic meaning: "victorious peace". Fittingly, a famous bearer was the English World War I poet and pacifist Siegfried Sassoon. Sassoon was named after the hero of a Wagner opera, which in turn was based on a tragic hero from German legend.
  4. Nicasia
    • Origin:

      Latin, female variation of Nicasio
    • Meaning:

      "victorious"
    • Description:

      An interesting and unusual member of the "Nic" family--far more distinctive than NICOLE or NICOLA.
  5. Bohan
    • Origin:

      Irish, anglicized form of Old Gaelic Buadhachain
    • Meaning:

      "victorious"
    • Description:

      The surname of influential French fashion designer Marc Bohan could make a modern-sounding two-syllable boy's name, though it might be confused with Bowen.
  6. Jaiveer
    • Origin:

      Indian, Sanskrit, Punjabi, Sikh
    • Meaning:

      "victorious"
    • Description:

      This Indian boy name has not only a lovely and ambitious meaning, but also comes with the cool nickname Jai.
  7. Faizah
    • Origin:

      Arabic
    • Meaning:

      "victorious"
    • Description:

      Captivating Arabic choice, sometimes transcribed as Fa'izah.
  8. Jayant
    • Origin:

      Hindu
    • Meaning:

      "victorious"
    • Description:

      Jayant is the name of the son of the Hindu God Indra. Its meaning is derived from the Sanskrit word Jaya, meaning victory.
  9. Sybren
    • Origin:

      Dutch
    • Meaning:

      "Victorious bear"
    • Description:

      This Dutch name is a spelling variation of Sibren, derived from the Old German names Sigbern and Sigbrand.
  10. Almonzo
    • Origin:

      Arabic
    • Meaning:

      "the victorious"
    • Description:

      Introduced to the lexicon by the husband of Little House on the Prairie writer Laura Ingalls Wilder, most scholars agree that this unusual name comes from the Arabic El-Mansur.
  11. Bohannon
    • Origin:

      Irish
    • Meaning:

      "descendant of the victorious one"
    • Description:

      From the Irish surname Ó Buadhachanáin, which has at its core buadhach, "victorious". It has appeared in the US charts since 2014, probably in honor of the disco music pioneer Hamilton Bohannon, who was often known simply by his surname. This name therefore ticks several style boxes: an Irish surname, a music legend, and a cool "Bo" sound, with Bo as a possible nickname.
  12. Firouz
    • Origin:

      Persian
    • Meaning:

      "victorious"
    • Description:

      Also spelled Firuz, this powerful Persian name was borne by an influential 14th-century sultan of Delhi.
  13. Sippo
    • Origin:

      Finnish variation of Siegfried, German
    • Meaning:

      "victorious peace"
    • Description:

      A jauntier, more accessible form of Siegfried.
  14. Žiga
    • Origin:

      Slovene variation of Sigmund, German
    • Meaning:

      "victorious protection"
    • Description:

      Žiga is a former Top 10 name in Slovenia, where it peaked at Number 3 in 2010.