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- From Latin "victor", which means victorious, conquering.
- Victor was one of the most common names in the first centuries of Christianity before sinking into oblivion to reappear in the mid-eighteenth century. First, in Italy then in France, where it was very popular in the nineteenth century. In Italy, it was carried in the composite form Victor-Amédée by Dukes of Savoy and Kings of Sicily in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, and by Victor Emmanuel, kings of all Italy in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
- His birthday: July 21st.
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