Latoya
Origin/Usage
English
Pronunciation
lə-TOI-ə
Meaning
Woman of victory
Like the Name Latoya?
BOYS
GIRLS
+ Latoya
+ Add to My Favorites

More info about the name "Latoya"

Latoya is a combination of Toya and the prefix La-. Toya is a diminutive of Victoria. Victoria originates in Latin language and means "woman of victory". It is a feminine form of Victor. In Roman mythology, she was the goddess of victory, her equivalent in Greek mythology being Nike. Victoria was also the name of several Christian saints. In the English-speaking countries it was greatly popularized by Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom in the 19th century and has been regularly used as a feminine given name ever since. In the United States it has always been one of the most popular names given to girls. One of the famous bearers of recent times is the British singer, fashion designer and wife of David Beckham, Victoria Beckham.

Popularity of the Name Latoya
Also Spelled Like...

Latoia, Latoiya, Latoyah, Letoya

Famous Latoyas

Latoya Jackson - musician
Latoya London - singer

+ Add a Name ·
Do you like the name Latoya?
Discussion on the name Latoya
Weekly Prize Big thumb img 20160608 110657

One lucky winner will receive a Gift Package From b.box of award-winning items including Diaper Wallet, Travel Bib and Spoon.Australia based b.box was founded in 2007 by Dannielle Michaels and Monique Filer.  The award-winning b.box collection of innovative designed everyday baby essentials includes the Travel Drying Rack, Sippy Cups, Diaper Wallet, Baby Bottle + Dispenser, Diaper Caddy, Travel Bib and Flexible Spoon,  Snack Pack, Mesh Feeder, Baby Spoon, Bowl + Straw, Toddler Cutlery Set and Divided Plates.  For more information visit www.bboxbaby.com.Check out the b.box...

The BellyBallot Story

We built BellyBallot to make naming your baby more fun. In under 2 minutes, parents can involve friends and family via Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ to vote on their favorite names. Parents can now include loved ones from all over the globe on the joyous occasion of celebrating a new child's life.