321 Best Middle Names for Vincent

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321 Best Middle Names for Vincent 321 Best Middle Names for Vincent

If you’re a parent-to-be (or love baby names), you know that finding the right middle name can be just as crucial as choosing a first name. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of amazing middle name ideas for Vincent.

Let’s explore some of the best middle names for Vincent and get inspired!

Middle Names for Vincent

Name Origin Meaning
Vincent Aaron Hebrew “Noble friend”
Vincent Adam Hebrew “Man of Adria”
Vincent Adrian Latin “man of Adria”
Vincent Aiden Gaelic “fiery one”
Vincent Alan Irish/Gaelic “rock”
Vincent Albert Germanic “noble, bright”
Vincent Alden English “old, wise friend”
Vincent Alec Greek “defender, protector of mankind”
Vincent Alexander Greek “Defender of the people”
Vincent Alvin Germanic “noble friend”
Vincent Andrew Greek “manly, warrior”
Vincent Andy Greek “manly, warrior”
Vincent Angelo Greek “messenger of God”
Vincent Anthony Latin “Priceless”
Vincent Archer English “bowman”
Vincent Arlo Spanish “barberry tree”
Vincent Arnold Germanic “ruler, strong as an eagle”
Vincent Arthur Irish/Gaelic “bear”
Vincent Ash English “ash tree”
Vincent Asher Hebrew “Happy” or “Blessed”
Vincent Ashton English “ash tree town”
Vincent Atticus Greek/Latin “Man of Attica” or “Man of Athens”
Vincent Aubrey French “elf ruler”
Vincent Auggie Latin “great, magnificent”
Vincent August Latin “Great” or “Magnificent”
Vincent Austin Latin “majestic”
Vincent Avery English “Elf ruler”
Vincent Axel Scandinavian “Father of peace”
Vincent Ayden Irish/Gaelic “little fire”
Vincent Bailey French “steward or public official”
Vincent Barrett Irish/Gaelic “spear strength”
Vincent Baxter English “baker”
Vincent Beau French “handsome”
Vincent Beckett English “bee cottage”
Vincent Ben Hebrew “son”
Vincent Benjamin Hebrew “Son of the right hand”
Vincent Bennett Latin “Blessed”
Vincent Benton English “town in the bent grass”
Vincent Bernard Germanic “brave as a bear”
Vincent Bert Germanic “bright, famous”
Vincent Biff English “to hit”
Vincent Bill Germanic “resolute protection”
Vincent Billy Germanic “resolute protection”
Vincent Bjarne Danish “bear”
Vincent Blaine Scottish “yellow”
Vincent Blair Scottish “field or plain”
Vincent Blake English “fair-haired, dark”
Vincent Bob Germanic “bright fame”
Vincent Bobby Germanic “bright fame”
Vincent Bradley Old English “Broad meadow”
Vincent Brady Irish/Gaelic “Spirited” or “Broad-minded”
Vincent Branden Germanic “fiery torch”
Vincent Brandon Old English “prince”
Vincent Branson Old Norse “Son of Brand”
Vincent Brant English “firebrand”
Vincent Brayden Old English “From the broad valley”
Vincent Brendan Irish/Gaelic “little raven”
Vincent Brent Old English “Hill” or “Mount”
Vincent Brenton English Hilltop settlement
Vincent Brett Latin “From Britany, France”
Vincent Brian Irish/Gaelic “Noble” or “Strong”
Vincent Brody Irish/Gaelic “Muddy place”
Vincent Brody Irish/Gaelic Descendant of Brodach, meaning “ditch” or “muddy place”
Vincent Bruce Scottish From the French place name Brix
Vincent Bruno Italian Brown
Vincent Bryan Irish/Gaelic High, noble
Vincent Bryce Irish/Gaelic “Speckled” or “Freckled”
Vincent Bryce Scottish Speckled
Vincent Bryson English Son of Brice, meaning “speckled”
Vincent Buck English Male deer
Vincent Buddy English Friend
Vincent Burke Irish/Gaelic From the fortress
Vincent Byron English From the cowshed
Vincent Cade English Round, barrel-shaped
Vincent Caden Irish/Gaelic Fighter
Vincent Cale English From the town of Cale Green
Vincent Caleb Hebrew Faithful, devoted
Vincent Calum Scottish Dove
Vincent Calvin French Bald
Vincent Cam English Short form of Camden
Vincent Cameron Scottish “Crooked nose”
Vincent Cameron Scottish Crooked nose
Vincent Carl Germanic “Free man”
Vincent Carl German Free man
Vincent Carlos Spanish Free man
Vincent Carlton English From the farmstead of freemen
Vincent Carlyle Scottish From the fort by the Liddel Water
Vincent Carmine Italian Crimson, red
Vincent Carter English “Cart driver”
Vincent Cary English Fort
Vincent Casey Irish/Gaelic Brave
Vincent Caspar Persian Treasure master
Vincent Casper Persian Treasurer
Vincent Cecil English Blind
Vincent Cedric Old English Chief, blessed ruler
Vincent Chad English Warrior
Vincent Chadwick English Village near the winding path
Vincent Chance English Fortune, luck
Vincent Chandler English Candle maker
Vincent Channing Irish/Gaelic Young wolf
Vincent Charles Germanic “Free man”
Vincent Charles Germanic Free man
Vincent Charlie English Free man
Vincent Chase French Hunter
Vincent Chet English Camp
Vincent Chevy English Horseman
Vincent Chip English Short for Christopher
Vincent Chris Greek Bearer of Christ
Vincent Christian Greek Follower of Christ
Vincent Christopher Greek “Bearer of Christ”
Vincent Christopher Greek Christ-bearer
Vincent Chuck English Free man
Vincent Clarence Latin Bright, shining
Vincent Clark English Scholar, cleric
Vincent Clay English Place with good clay
Vincent Clayton English Settlement near clay
Vincent Cliff English Dweller near the cliff
Vincent Clifford English Dweller near the ford by the cliff
Vincent Clifton English From the town near the cliff
Vincent Clint English Settlement near a hill
Vincent Clinton Vincent Clinton English
Vincent Clive Vincent Clive English
Vincent Clyde Vincent Clyde Scottish
Vincent Cody Irish/Gaelic “Helpful”
Vincent Cole Old English “Coal-black” or “Victory of the people”
Vincent Colin Irish/Gaelic “Victory of the people”
Vincent Cooper English “Barrel maker”
Vincent Corbin French “Crow”
Vincent Corey Irish/Gaelic “Hollow”
Vincent Curtis French/Latin “Courteous”
Vincent Daniel Hebrew “God is my judge”
Vincent David Hebrew “Beloved”
Vincent Dawson English “Son of David”
Vincent Dean Old English “Valley”
Vincent Declan Irish/Gaelic “Full of goodness”
Vincent Derek Germanic “Ruler of the people”
Vincent Devin Irish/Gaelic “Poet” or “Bard”
Vincent Dominic Latin “Belonging to the Lord”
Vincent Donavan Irish/Gaelic “Dark-haired chieftain”
Vincent Drew Welsh “Wise”
Vincent Dylan Welsh “Great tide” or “Son of the sea”
Vincent Easton Old English “East-facing place”
Vincent Edward Old English “Wealthy guardian”
Vincent Eli Hebrew “Ascended” or “My God”
Vincent Elliott English; Greek “brave ruler” or “Jehovah is God”
Vincent Ellis English; Hebrew “the Lord is my God” or “benevolent”
Vincent Eric English; Scandinavian “ruler” or “eternal ruler”
Vincent Ethan Hebrew “firm,” “strong,” or “long-lived”
Vincent Evan Welsh “the Lord is gracious” or “youthful warrior”
Vincent Ezra Hebrew “help” or “helper”
Vincent Finn Irish/Gaelic “fair” or “white”
Vincent Flynn Irish/Gaelic “descendant of Flann” or “ruddy”
Vincent Forrest English “dweller near the woods” or “of the forest”
Vincent Francis Latin “free” or “from France”
Vincent Gabriel Hebrew “God is my strength” or “hero of God”
Vincent Garrett English “spear-strength” or “brave with a spear”
Vincent George Greek “farmer” or “earth worker”
Vincent Graham English; Scottish “grey home” or “gravelly homestead”
Vincent Grant English; French “great” or “grand”
Vincent Grayson English “son of the steward” or “son of the grey-haired one”
Vincent Gregory Latin “vigilant” or “watchful”
Vincent Griffin Welsh “strong lord” or “hooked nose”
Vincent Harrison English “son of Harry” or “son of the ruler”
Vincent Hayden English “hedged valley” or “hay valley”
Vincent Henry German “ruler of the household” or “estate ruler”
Vincent Holden English “deep valley” or “hollow valley”
Vincent Hudson English “son of Hudd” or “son of the hooded man”
Vincent Hugh Germanic; Old French “heart,” “mind,” “spirit,” or “intellect”
Vincent Hunter English “one who hunts” or “protector”
Vincent Ian Scottish; Gaelic “God is gracious” or “gift from God”
Vincent Isaac Hebrew “he will laugh” or “laughter”
Vincent Isiah Hebrew “the Lord is salvation” or “God’s helper”
Vincent Ivan Slavic “God is gracious” or “God’s gift”
Vincent Jack English “God is gracious” or “supplanter”
Vincent Jackson English “son of Jack” or “God has been gracious”
Vincent Jacob Hebrew “supplanter” or “holder of the heel”
Vincent James Hebrew “supplanter” or “holder of the heel”
Vincent Jared Hebrew “he who descends” or “ruler”
Vincent Jasper Persian “bringer of treasure”
Vincent Jeffrey Germanic “peaceful pledge”
Vincent Jeremy Hebrew “exalted by God”
Vincent Jesse Hebrew “gift” or “God’s gracious gift”
Vincent Joel Hebrew “God is willing” or “God’s gracious gift”
Vincent John Hebrew “God is gracious”
Vincent Jonathan Hebrew “gift of God”
Vincent Jordan Hebrew “flowing down” or “descend”
Vincent Joseph Hebrew “he will add” or “increase”
Vincent Joshua Hebrew “God is salvation”
Vincent Jude Latin “praised” or “thanks”
Vincent Julian Latin “youthful” or “downy-bearded”
Vincent Justin Latin “just” or “fair”
Vincent Kai Hawaiian “sea” or “ocean”
Vincent Kaleb Hebrew “dog” or “faithful”
Vincent Kane Irish/Gaelic “warrior” or “little battler”
Vincent Keaton English “shed town” or “place of hawks”
Vincent Keith Scottish/Gaelic “wood” or “forest”
Vincent Kellan Irish/Gaelic “slender” or “little companion”
Vincent Kelly Irish/Gaelic “bright-headed” or “war”
Vincent Kendrick Welsh “champion” or “greatest champion”
Vincent Kenneth Scottish/Gaelic “handsome” or “born of fire”
Vincent Kevin Irish/Gaelic “handsome” or “lovable”
Vincent Kieran Irish/Gaelic “little dark one” or “black-haired”
Vincent Kyle Scottish/Gaelic “narrow strait” or “channel”
Vincent Landon English “long hill” or “ridge”
Vincent Lane English “narrow road” or “path”
Vincent Leo Latin “lion” or “brave people”
Vincent Leon Latin “lion” or “brave people”
Vincent Leonardo Italian/Spanish “brave lion” or “strong as a lion”
Vincent Liam Irish/Gaelic “resolute protector” or “strong-willed”
Vincent Lincoln English “lake settlement” or “colony by the pool”
Vincent Logan Scottish/Gaelic “little hollow” or “little hollow place”
Vincent Lorenzo Italian/Spanish “from Laurentum” or “crowned with laurel”
Vincent Louis French/Germanic “famous warrior” or “renowned fighter”
Vincent Lucas Greek/Latin “from Lucania” or “bright”
Vincent Luke Greek/Latin “from Lucania” or “bright”
Vincent Maddox Welsh “fortunate” or “good”
Vincent Malachi Hebrew My messenger or messenger of God
Vincent Marcus Latin Dedicated to Mars, the Roman god of war
Vincent Mark Latin Derived from Marcus, means “warlike”
Vincent Mason French Worker in stone, a builder or bricklayer
Vincent Matthew Hebrew Gift of God
Vincent Max Latin Greatest, the greatest in quality or size
Vincent Maxwell Scottish From Maccus’ stream, a clan name
Vincent Micah Hebrew Who is like God?
Vincent Michael Hebrew Who is like God?
Vincent Miles Latin Derived from Milo, means “soldier”
Vincent Milo Germanic Mild or peaceful
Vincent Mitchell Hebrew Who is like God
Vincent Nathaniel Hebrew Gift of God or God has given
Vincent Neil Irish/Gaelic Champion or passionate
Vincent Nicholas Greek Victory of the people
Vincent Nolan Irish/Gaelic Descendant of Nuallán, means “noble”
Vincent Oliver Latin Olive tree, symbol of peace
Vincent Oscar Irish/Gaelic God spear or deer lover
Vincent Owen Welsh Young warrior or well-born
Vincent Parker English Keeper of the park or forest
Vincent Patrick Irish/Gaelic Nobleman or patrician
Vincent Paul Latin Small or humble
Vincent Paxton English Peaceful town or village
Vincent Peter Greek Rock or stone
Vincent Philip Greek Lover of horses
Vincent Pierce English Rock or stone
Vincent Preston English From the priest’s town
Vincent Quinn Irish/Gaelic Descendant of Conn, means “chief”
Vincent Rafael Latin / Hebrew “conquering healer” or “God has healed”
Vincent Ray English / Germanic “counselor; protector” or “powerful, wise ruler”
Vincent Raymond English / Germanic “counselor; protector” or “wise protector”
Vincent Reid English / Scottish “red-haired” or “redhead”
Vincent Rhys Welsh “enthusiasm” or “passion”
Vincent Riley English / Irish/Gaelic “valiant” or “courageous”
Vincent River English “stream” or “flowing water”
Vincent Robert Germanic / English “bright fame” or “famous brilliance”
Vincent Rocco Italian “rest” or “to rest”
Vincent Roman Latin “of Rome” or “citizen of Rome”
Vincent Ronan Irish/Gaelic “little seal” or “little mighty one”
Vincent Rory Irish/Gaelic “red king” or “red-haired king”
Vincent Ross Scottish / Gaelic “promontory” or “headland”
Vincent Rowan Irish/Gaelic “little redhead” or “little red one”
Vincent Royce French / English “rose” or “son of the king”
Vincent Russell French / Germanic “red-haired” or “little red one”
Vincent Ryan Irish/Gaelic “little king” or “little ruler”
Vincent Ryder English “horseman” or “cavalryman”
Vincent Samuel Hebrew “name of God” or “God heard”
Vincent Sawyer English “woodcutter” or “cuts timber”
Vincent Scott English / Scottish “Scotsman” or “from Scotland”
Vincent Sean Irish/Gaelic “God is gracious” or “gift from God”
Vincent Sebastian Latin / Greek “venerable” or “revered”
Vincent Seth Hebrew “appointed” or “placed”
Vincent Shane Irish/Gaelic “God is gracious” or “gift from God”
Vincent Shawn Irish/Gaelic “God is gracious” or “gift from God”
Vincent Simon Hebrew / Greek “listener” or “he who hears”
Vincent Skylar English “scholar” or “learned one”
Vincent Spencer English “steward” or “administrator”
Vincent Stephen Greek “crown” or “garland”
Vincent Sterling English / Old Norse “little star” or “star-like”
Vincent Steven Greek “crown” or “garland”
Vincent Stuart English / Old French “steward” or “guardian of the estate”
Vincent Sullivan Irish/Gaelic “hawk-eyed” or “dark-eyed”
Vincent Tad English Short form of Thaddeus
Vincent Tanner English Occupational name meaning “tanner”
Vincent Tate English From Old English “tætte”, meaning “cheerful” or “glad”
Vincent Taylor English Occupational name meaning “tailor”
Vincent Theodore Greek From the Greek name “Theodoros”, meaning “gift of God”
Vincent Thomas Aramaic From the Aramaic name “Toma”, meaning “twin”
Vincent Timothy Greek From the Greek name “Timotheos”, meaning “honoring God”
Vincent Titus Latin From the Roman name “Titus”, meaning “honorable”
Vincent Tobias Hebrew From the Hebrew name “Toviyyah”, meaning “God is good”
Vincent Todd English Variant of “Tod”, meaning “fox”
Vincent Travis French From the Old French word “traverser”, meaning “to cross”
Vincent Trent English From the Old English word “trenta”, meaning “an invader”
Vincent Trevor Welsh From the Welsh name “Trefor”, meaning “great settlement”
Vincent Troy Irish/Gaelic From the Irish/Gaelic surname “O Troighthigh”, meaning “descendant of Troighthigh”
Vincent Tyler English Occupational name meaning “maker or layer of tiles”
Vincent Tyrese American Invented name, possibly a combination of “Tyson” and “Reese”
Vincent Tyson English From the Old French name “Tison”, meaning “firebrand”
Vincent Uriah Hebrew From the Hebrew name “Uriyah”, meaning “God is my light”
Vincent Victor Latin From the Latin name “Victor”, meaning “victorious”
Vincent Wade English Occupational name meaning “ford” or “river crossing”
Vincent Walker English Occupational name meaning “cloth-walker”
Vincent Warren English From the Old Norman name “Warin”, meaning “guard”
Vincent Wayne English From the Old English name “Wain”, meaning “wagon”
Vincent Wesley English From the Old English name “Wesley”, meaning “western meadow”
Vincent Westin English Variant of “Weston”, meaning “western town”
Vincent William Germanic From the Germanic name “Wilhelm”, meaning “will-helmet”
Vincent Xander Greek Short form of “Alexander”, meaning “defender of the people”
Vincent Xavier Basque From the Basque name “Etxeberria”, meaning “the new house”
Vincent Zachary Hebrew From the Hebrew name “Zekharyah”, meaning “God has remembered”
Vincent Zane English “God is gracious”

Nicknames for Vincent

A nickname for your child can be a fun addition to their beautiful and unique first name like Vincent.

Here are some popular and distinct nicknames for Vincent that you should consider:

  • Vin
    • Vince
  • Vinny
  • Vinnie
    • Vinz
  • Vincenzo

Vincent Name Meaning & History

Vincent is a classic name with a rich history and a powerful meaning. Its origins can be traced back to Latin, derived from the word “vincere,” meaning “to conquer.”

This makes Vincent a name that symbolizes victory and triumph.

Despite its ancient roots, Vincent remains a timeless choice for parents who want to give their children a name that exudes strength and resilience.

Famous Vincents

The name Vincent has been prominent for centuries and has been adopted by several renowned historical figures.

Here are just a few easily-recognizable famous Vincents:

Saint Vincent de Paul

Saint Vincent de Paul is duly recognized as the patron saint of charitable societies, hospitals, and prisoners.

A French Catholic priest renowned for his relentless dedication to serving the underprivileged, St. Vincent established the Congregation of the Mission and the Daughters of Charity.

These two organizations still exist today and consistently provide assistance to those in need.

Vincent van Gogh

Despite his troubled life and mental health struggles, the Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh is widely recognized as one of the greatest artists ever.

Van Gogh’s works are well-known for their distinctive emotional depth, bold brushstrokes, and vivid colors.

Vincent Name Popularity

For centuries, Vincent has remained a well-liked name, and even today it remains a favored choice among parents.

According to the Social Security Administration, Vincent ranked as the 121st most popular name for boys in the United States in 2020.

Though its popularity has fluctuated (with its peak in the 1920s and 30s and a dip in the 60s and 70s), the name has reclaimed its appeal and is now a classic and enduring option for parents.

Wrapping it Up

Picking the ideal middle name for your child can seem overwhelming, but this authority guide on middle names for Vincent should provide you with some excellent inspiration.

Whether you prefer traditional, modern, or distinctive options, you’ll find a name on this list that will meet your requirements!

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