Female, Proto-Indo-European, V names, Virtues/Attributes


Vincenza is the feminine form of Vincenzo, the Italian form of Vincent which is the English form of Vincentius, an Ancient Roman name meaning “conquering” from Latin vincere (to conquer) derived from Proto-Indo-European *weyk-(3) (to fight, conquer; to overcome).

Nicknames: Enza

Origin: Proto-Indo-European



  • Vinka (Croatian)
  • Vissenta (Sardinian)


Male forms:

  • Vincenzo (Italian)
  • Vincente (Italian)
  • Vincent (English, French, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Slovak)
  • Vincentius (Ancient Roman)
  • Bikendi (Basque)
  • Vicenç (Catalan)
  • Vicent (Catalan)
  • Vinko (Croatian, Slovene)
  • Cenek (Czech)
  • Vincenc (Czech, Slovene)
  • Vinzent (German)
  • Vinzenz (German)
  • Bence (Hungarian)
  • Vince (Hungarian, English)
  • Uinseann (Irish)
  • Vincentas (Lithuanian)
  • Wincenty (Polish)
  • Vicente (Spanish, Portuguese)
  • Vikenti (Russian)
  • Vikentiy (Russian)
  • Vissente (Sardinian)
  • Vikentije (Serbian)


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