Other Origin(s):Italian
Vincentio is an ancient Italian translation of the Latin boy’s name Vincentius, meaning “conquering.” Today, the most commonly-used version of this name is Vincent. If you want baby to conquer everything life throws at them, this could be the perfect name for them! William Shakespeare used the name Vincentio in his play The Taming of the Shrew, in which Vincentio is a rich merchant from Pisa. The name also appears in Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure, where it’s used for the duke of Vienna.
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