victoria means it is a british name?

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  • victoria means it is a british name?


Answer #1 | 02/11 2011 18:50
It is of Latin origin.Victoria was a goddess who smiled on the ancient Roman people for many centuries. So, it really does not mean a British name.
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Answer #2 | 03/11 2011 16:25
Your question is in the form of a statement;.with a question mark! Questions should start with,; 'Who .What .Where or Why! and Victoria [person,place ,thing or after a period .] Exp, proper phrase re;your Q,s. 1, Where did Victoria B.C, get its name from? 2, Was the city Victoria named by the British,after a person or town somewhere in the United kingdom?
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Answer #3 | 04/11 2011 23:54
is it a question or a statement ? u gotta learn how to make a question!!!
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