Names That Mean Victory

Names meaning victory or glory have a naturally winning aura, imparting an upbeat feeling to a child. Name meanings related to victory include victorious and glorious. You'll notice groups of related names here which share victory-related meanings: There are the Nicholas names, those related to Sigrid, and names in the Victor constellation. If you want your child's name to mean victory or some other kind of win, consider the choices on this list.

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  • Ailsa

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    Ailsa is a traditional Scottish name for girls related to a rocky island in the Firth of Clyde called Ailsa Craig. It might... Read More 

  • Aintza

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    This Basque name also has a variation: Aintzane.Read More 

  • Amarjeet

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    Amarjeet can be used as both a masculine and feminine name. It is popular in Asia and has a strong meaning.Read More 

  • Andarta

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    Andarta was a warrior goddess thought to have been associated with victory.Read More 

  • Berenice

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    A name with a surprising amount of history--it was the name of the wife of Ptolemy I of Egypt, occurs in the New Testament, and belonged to a fourth century saint. In the US, it has long been... Read More 

  • Bernice

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    Rarely heard today-- it fell off the list around 1980--Bernice is a biblical name of Greek origin. In the Bible, she is a sister of King Agrippa. Bernice was a Top 100 name in the US for more than... Read More 

  • Bittor

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    This Basque variation of Viktor is perhaps a little too close to bitter in English.Read More 

  • Boudicca

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    First century queen who led her Brittonic Iceni tribe in revolution against the Romans occupying England. Also found as Boudica, Boadicea (as in bodacious) and in Welsh as Buddug, the historic... Read More 

  • Cleo

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    Cleo, one of the few girls' names to boast the cool-yet-lively o ending, is of course short for Cleopatra, the name of one of the most powerful women in history.

    Cleo was most popular... Read More 

  • Eunice

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    Eunice is a New Testament name of the mother of Timothy, long associated with one of the Kennedy sisters, the founder of the Special Olympics. As high as Number 106 in the early 1900s, it lasted... Read More 

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