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vīctōria ae, f

victor.—In war, victory: nullam adeptus victoriam: Cinnae victoriam ulcisci: nuntius victoriae ad Cannas, L.: exercitus plus victoriae quam praedae deportavit, prestige, Cu.: externa . . . domestica: laeta, H.: nihil deinde a victoriā cessatum, i. e. the victory was followed up with energy, L.: extremum malorum omnium esse civilis belli victoriam: haec bella gravissima victoriaeque eorum bellorum gratissimae: cum Canuleius victoriā de patribus . . . ingens esset, L.: de tot ac tam potentibus populis, L.: saepe ex Etruscā civitate victoriam ferre, L.—As a battle-cry, Victory!: suo more victoriam conclamant, Cs.— Person., as a goddess: sudavit Capuae Victoria, i. e. the statue of Victory.—Fig., success, triumph, victory: victoria penes patres fuit, L.: haec te victoria perdet, O.

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