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Definition of the adjective all-victorious
What does all-victorious mean as an attribute of a noun?
- never having lost
- similar: unconquerable
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Irish-English Dictionary (1832)
by John O'Brien
iftl, universal, or all ; as buab-all, or all-buabac, all-victorious or triumphant.
Mongolian-English Dictionary (2013)
by Ferdinand D Lessing
All-victorious. X01" say un nomtu debel; T. phyag dar khrod kyi chos gos. Clothes made of rags picked up from dust-hills ( S. pimcu-kfila); such clothes should be worn by the monk who therefore is referred to as pimcu-kfilika. ED 1338b.
Dictionarium Anglo-Britannicum: or, a general English Dictionary, comprehending a brief ... explication of all sorts of difficult words, etc (1708)
by John Kersey
all-Victorious) sa proper Name of Men.
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