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conqueror

[kong-ker-er]
noun
a person who conquers or vanquishes; victor.

Origin:
1250–1300; Middle English conquerour < Anglo-French; Old French conquereor, equivalent to conquer- conquer + -eor < Latin -ōr- -or1 or -ātōr- -ator


vanquisher, winner.
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Conqueror (ˈkɒŋkərə)
 
n
William the. See William I

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conqueror
c.1300, from Anglo-Fr. conquerour (O.Fr. conquereor), from O.Fr. conquerre (see conquer). Another early form was conquestor. William the Conqueror so called from early 12c. in Anglo-L.: Guillelmus Magus id est conquæstor rex Anglorum.
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