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Of Latin origin.

Means victory.

In Roman mythology, Victoria was the goddess of victory, the Roman equivalent of the Greek goddess Nike.

It was a rare name until the ruling of Queen Victoria of Great Britain, who reigned for almost 64 years from 1837 to 1901.

Several cities and one Australian state are named after her, in places that were parts of the former British Empire.

Masculine forms of the name are Victor, Vic, Vittorio, Victoir, Vitya, etc.

Alternative forms are Vicki, Viktoria, Vittoria, Vic, Tori, Vicky.

Famous bearers are Victoria Azarenka, Victoria Beckham, Victoria Woodhull, Victoria de los Angeles, Victoria Justice, Victoria Moroles, Victoria Stilwell, Victoria Song, Victoria Smurfit, Victoria Duffield, Victoria Tennant, Victoria Clark.

Victoria Beckham is an English businesswoman, whose career started with the female band “Spice Girls”.

She’s married to David Beckham and is considered an international style icon.