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This is a list of submitted surnames in which an editor of the name is Beautiful Victory.
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Torsdottir Swedish (Rare)
Variant of Torsdotter meaning "Tor's daughter". It may also be a Swedification of Icelandic Þórsdóttir... [more]
Torsen Norwegian (Rare)
Means "son of Tor".
Torvaldsson Swedish
Swedish patronymic meaning "son of Torvald". It was the surname name of Erik the Red (Eiríkr Þorvaldsson, anglicized as Erik Thorvaldsson or Erik Torvaldsson), father of Viking explorer Leif Erikson.
Toth English (Anglicized), German
Either an anglicized form of Hungarian Tóth or derived from German tot "dead" or Middle High German tote "godfather".
Towe English
English variant of Tow.
Tremain Literature (Modern)
Surname of a character in Esther Forbes novel, Johnny Tremain.
Tremaine Cornish
Variant of Tremayne. A famous fictional bearer is Lady Tremaine, the main antagonist of Disney's Cinderella (1950).
Treviño Spanish
Habitational name from either of the places so named in the provinces of Burgos and Santander.
Trifiletti Sicilian
Topographic name from a diminutive of Greek triphyllon "trefoil".
Trinket English, Popular Culture
Effie Trinket's surname: one of "The Hunger Games"'s trilogy character.
Troedsson Swedish
Means "son of Troed".
Trolle Swedish, Old Swedish
Swedish noble family. According to legend, an early ancestor killed a troll and that's how the family got its name. The family's coat of arms depicts a headless troll. The earliest known ancestor is Birger Knutsson Trulle (died approx... [more]
Trollope English
Locational surname derived from Trolhop, the original name of Troughburn, a place in Northumberland, England. The place name means "troll valley" from Old Norse troll "troll, supernatural being" and hop "enclosed valley, enclosed land"... [more]
Trondsen Norwegian
Means "son of Trond".
Trott English
"Trott" is an early recorded surname of the 17th century in America. It is five hundred years older when linked to Medieval Britain.
Truedsson Swedish
Means "son of Trued".
Truelsen Danish, Norwegian (Rare)
Means "son of Truels" in Danish.
Trulsson Swedish
Means "son of Truls".
Turney English, Norman
Habitational name from places in France called Tournai, Tournay, or Tourny. All named with the pre-Roman personal name Turnus and the locative suffix -acum.
Tvilling Swedish (Rare)
Means "twin" in Swedish.
Tysk Swedish
Means "German" in Swedish. It probably started out as a nickname for someone who had immigrated from Germany or for someone who had German ancestry. It could also be a 'soldier name' and refer to the military unit someone belonged to... [more]
Uggla Swedish
Means "owl" in Swedish.
Ulvaeus Swedish (Rare)
Allegedly a latinization of Ulfsäter, a combination of Swedish ulv "wolf" and säter "mountain pasture". Björn Ulvaeus (b. 1945) is a Swedish songwriter, composer and former member of ABBA.
Umburter Tiv
Means, "Remember the father". Father also used in the context of God.
Underberg Norwegian
Habitational name from a place named with Old Norse undir meaning "under" and berg meaning "mountain, hill".
Upham English
"enclosure surrounded by water"
Vaage Norwegian
Variant of Waage.
Vadén Swedish
Combination of Swedish place name element vad which in most cases mean "ford, place for wading", and the common surname suffix -én.
Vaden English
Meaning unknown.
Værnes Norwegian
Værnes is a village in the municipality of Stjørdal in Nord-Trøndelag county in Mid-Norway. The original spelling of the village's name was Vannes and it is a combination of var "calm, quiet" and nes "headland"... [more]
Våge Norwegian
Habitational name from any of several farms named Våge, derived from Old Norse vágr "bay, inlet, fjord".
Valade French
Variant of Vallée.
Valiant English, Scottish, Irish
Derived from Old French vaillant meaning "heroic, courageous".
Vallin Swedish
Combination of either Latin vallis "valley" or Swedish vall "wall, pasture, field of grass" and the commons surname suffix -in.
Vandeputte Flemish
From the pit/From the well.
Vasa Old Swedish, Swedish (Archaic)
Swedish noble and former royal family. Possibly from vase meaning "bundle" or "withy". The name is believed to be a reference to the family's coat of arms. The most notable member of the family was Gustav Eriksson Vasa (1496-1560), later known as Gustav I of Sweden (in modern times known exclusively as Gustav Vasa)... [more]
Veers German (Rare)
German variant of Weers.
Verbeek Dutch
Contracted form of Van der Beek.
Verdier French, Norman, English
Occupational name for a forester. Derived from Old French verdier (from Late Latin viridarius, a derivative of viridis "green"). Also an occupational name for someone working in a garden or orchard, or a topographic name for someone living near one... [more]
Verwey Dutch, Afrikaans, South African
Contracted form of van der Weij meaning "from the meadow".
Vestin Swedish
Combination of Swedish väst "west" and the common surname suffix -in.
Viberg Swedish
Variant of Wiberg.
Vickers English
Means "son of the vicar". It could also be the name of someone working as a servant of a vicar.
Victorson English
Means “son of Victor”.
Vig Hungarian
Derived from Hungarian víg "happy, cheerful".
Vigh Hungarian
Variant of Vig, a surname derived from Hungarian víg "happy, cheerful".
Vik Norwegian, Swedish
Derived from Old Norse vík "bay, inlet".
Vikander Swedish
Swedish vik ”bay” combined with the common surname suffix -ander.
Vikingsson Swedish (Rare)
Means "son of Viking" in Swedish.
Viklund Swedish
Combination of Swedish vik "bay" and lund "grove".
Vilhelmsson Swedish
Means "son of Vilhelm".
Vint English, Scottish
Either an English habitational name from places so named, or a Scottish variant of Wint.
Virtuoso English (American), Spanish, Italian
This Italian surname could possibly be connected to those whose ancestors were involved in playing a musical instrument or somehow connected to the musical instrument industry.
Vivier French
Derived from Latin vivarium, ultimately from Latin vivus "alive". This name is locational relating to living near a fish pond.
Vlk Czech, Slovak
Means "wolf" in Czech and Slovak.
Vogler German
Occupational name for a birdcatcher.
Von Bock Popular Culture (?)
Used by Hetalia character Eduard Von Bock AKA Estonia
Von Hammersmark Popular Culture, German (?)
Means "from Hammersmark" in German. Bridget von Hammersmark is a fictional character in Quentin Tarantino's film 'Inglourious Basterds' from 2009.
von Stauffenberg German
From the name of the former castle Burg Stauffenberg in Swabia, southwestern Germany.
Von Sydow Swedish, German
von Sydow is a German and Swedish noble family from Pomerania, an area in modern day Poland and Germany. Some members of the family immigrated to Sweden in 1724. The name literary means "from Sydow"... [more]
Voronkov Russian
Derived from the Russian word voron, meaning "raven". Possibly refers to a dark haired, or harsh voiced individual.
Vreeswijk Dutch
Possibly a habitational name from a former village and municipality in the province Utrecht, Netherlands. A notable bearer was Dutch-Swedish singer-songwriter and poet Cornelis Vreeswijk (1937-1987).
Waage Norwegian
Variant of Våge.
Wadley English
From a place in England named with Old English wad "woad" or the given name Wada combined with Old English leah "woodland clearing".
Wahlberg German, Swedish, Norwegian (Rare)
Composed of German wal "field, meadow" or Swedish vall "grassy bank" and berg "mountain, hill".
Wall Swedish
Derived from Swedish vall "pasture, field of grass". It may be either ornamental or habitational.
Wall Irish
Anglicized from of de Bhál, a Gaelicized form of de Valle (see Devall).
Wallach Scottish
Variant of Wallace, meaning 'foreigner' that is found chiefly in Dumfries.
Wallgren Swedish
Composed of the Swedish elements vall "grassy bank, pasture" and gren "branch".
Wallin Swedish
Variant spelling of Vallin.
Wallman Swedish
Combination of Swedish vall "pasture, field of grass" and man "man".
Warg Swedish
Taken from Swedish varg "wolf", ultimately derived from Old Norse vargr.
Weatherford English
Topographic name or a habitational name from a lost or unidentified place.
Wennerström Swedish
Combination of the place name element wenner, which is probably derived from the name of Lake Vänern, and Swedish ström "stream".
Wernersson Swedish
Means "son of Werner".
Wesson English
Variant of Weston.
Westergård Swedish, Finnish
From Swedish väster meaning "west, western" combined with gård meaning "farm, yard, estate".
Westin Swedish
Variant spelling of Vestin.
Westling Swedish
Combination of Swedish väst "west" and the common surname suffix -ling. A notable bearer is Prince Daniel (b. 1973), husband of Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden.
Whatley English
From any of the various places in England named with Old English hwæte "wheat" and leah "woodland clearing".
Whitcomb English (British)
means wide valley
Whitman English
From Middle English whit ‘white’ + man ‘man’, either a nickname with the same sense as White, or else an occupational name for a servant of a bearer of the nickname White.... [more]
Wiącek Polish
Derived from the given name Wiecek (see Wieceslaw).
Wiberg Swedish
Combination of Old Norse víðr "forest, wood" (probably taken from a place name) and Swedish berg "mountain".
Wickstrand Swedish (Rare), Finnish (Rare)
Variant of Wikstrand, a surname composed of Swedish vik "bay" and strand "beach".
Wickström Swedish, Finland Swedish, Finnish
Variant of Wikström. A notable bearer was Finnish engineer John Wickström (1870–1959)
Widegren Swedish
Combination of Swedish vide "willow" and gren "branch".
Wideman English (American)
Americanized from of German Widemann or Weidmann.
Widemann German
Derived from the given name Widiman, composed of Old High German witu "wood" or wit "wide" and man "man".
Widman Swedish
Meaning uncertain. Perhaps a combination of Old Swedish viþr "wood, forest" or vid "wide" and man "man". It is also possible, though less likely, that it is a re-spelling of Vikman, where the first element is Swedish vik "bay".
Wieslander Swedish
Combination of an unexplained first element and the common surname suffix -lander.
Wiig Norwegian
Variant of Vik.
Wijk Swedish
Derived from Swedish vik "bay".
Wikén Swedish (Rare)
Combination of Swedish vik "bay" and the common surname suffix -én.
Wikström Swedish
Composed of the elements vik "bay" and ström "stream"
Wilén Swedish, Finland Swedish, Finnish
Variant of Vilén or Willén (meanings uncertain, they might be variants of the same name).
Wiles English
Occupational name for a trapper or hunter, from Middle English wile "trap, snare". It could also be a nickname for a devious person.
Wilhelmsson Swedish
Means "son of Wilhelm".
Wilkosz Polish
Derivative of Wilk.
Willingham English
Habitational name from a place named Willingham, notably one in Cambridgeshire and one in Suffolk. The first is recorded in Domesday Book as Wivelingham "homestead (Old English hām) of the people of a man called Wifel".
Wind Swedish (Rare)
From Swedish vind "wind". It's either ornamental or a habitational name derived from a place named with this element.
Witt English
Variant of White.
Witt German
Either from the given name Wittigo or from Middle Low German witte "white", a nickname for a pale person or someone with white hair.
Wolfram English, German
From the given name Wolfram.
Wolveridge English (British)
Derived from the personal name Wulfric.
Wretman Swedish
Combination of Swedish vret "remote small field situated some distance away from a bigger field" and man "man".
Wrightson English
Means "son of Wright".
Wroldsen Norwegian
Means "son of Wrold" in Norwegian.
Wyckoff East Frisian (Rare)
The North Germanic meaning is "settlement on a bay," as in the cognate Viking (Viking is derived from Old Norse vík "bay").
Wylden English
Variant of Wilden.
Wynter English
Variant of Winter.
Wyoming English (American)
From the name of the US state.
Yáñez Spanish
Patronymic of JUAN.
Yarish American
Anglicized form of Jaroš.
Yeager English, Irish, Scottish
Anglicized form of German Jäger.
Yíng Chinese (Rare)
From the name of the royal house of the Qin Dynasty from the ancient Chinese state also known as Qin.
Ying Chinese
From Chinese 应 (yīng) referring to the ancient state of Ying, which existed during the Zhou dynasty in what is now Henan province.
Ylvisåker Norwegian (Rare)
Meaning unknown. Famous bearers of this name are the Norwegian comedy duo "Ylvis" consisting of brothers Vegard (b. 1979) and Bård Ylvisåker (b. 1982).
Youngberg Swedish (Americanized), Jewish (Americanized)
Americanized form of Jewish Jungberg, composed of German jung "young" and berg "mountain, hill", or of Swedish Ljungberg.
Youngson English
Means "son of Young".
Žáik Slovak
Slovak form of Zak.
Žák Czech
Czech form of Zak.
Zak Polish
A nickname given to youthful or studious people. Comes from the Polish zak, meaning "student" or "schoolboy". It originally meant "novice" or "candidate for the priesthood", and so in some cases it is perhaps a nickname for someone who had been destined for holy orders.
Zakrisson Swedish
Means "son of Zakris" in Swedish.
Zatarain Basque
From the Biscayan and Gipuzkoan dialects of Basque; topographic surname meaning someone who lived or lives near a Shrub tree.
Zelmer German
Variant of Zellmer.
Zelmerlöw Swedish (Rare)
Rare Swedish surname composed of the name of the family's ancestor Selma Löf. One bearer is Swedish artist Måns Zelmerlöw (b.1986) who won the Eurovision Song Contest in 2016.
Zervas Greek
Meaning unknown. The surname is borne by American rapper, singer and composer Arizona Zervas.
Zetterberg Swedish
Combination of Swedish säter "mountain pasture" and berg "mountain, hill".
Zettergren Swedish
Combination of Swedish säter "mountain pasture" and gren "branch".
Zetterlund Swedish
Combination of Swedish säter "mountain pasture" and lund "grove".
Zetterström Swedish
Combination of Swedish säter "mountain pasture" and ström "stream".
Zorn German
From Middle High German zorn "wrath, anger". A notable bearer was Swedish painter Anders Zorn (1860-1920) whose father was German.