Vitus

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Etymology[edit]

Name of an early martyr, Late Latin Vitus, of uncertain origin; possibly from a Thracian word meaning "a person from Bithynia". By folk etymology associated with Latin vita (life).

  • Vitus has also been used as a latinization of Guy.

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Vitus

  1. (historical) A male given name.
  2. A lake in Alaska.

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