|champ, first-place winner; supporter, one who fights for -, defend, stand up for, fight for; advocate, promote, defender, in fist place; excellent, hero or warrior, remarkable person, show winner, supreme victor in contest||champion|
|family name; Victor Franz Hess (1883-1964), Austrian-born American physicist, Nobel Prize winner in 1936; Dame Myra Hess (1890-1965), British pianist; Walter Richard Rudolph Hess (born 1894-1987), German official in the Nazi party; Walter Rudolph Hess ...||Hess|
|female victor, woman who wins, female winner||victress|
|first name (German form of the name Victor)||Viktor|
|Francisco Pizarro (1475-1541), Spanish explorer and conquistador, conqueror of Peru; family name||Pizarro|
|Hernan Cortes (1485-1547), Spanish explorer, conqueror of Mexico; bicameral legislative body in Spain; family name||Cortes|
|Hernando de Soto (1496-1542), North and South American explorer and conqueror, first European to reach the Mississippi River (USA)||Soto|
|intruder; conqueror who occupies and plunders||invader|
|male first name; family name; Victor Hugo (1802-1885), French novelist and poet, author of "Les Miserables"||Hugo|
|Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), emperor of France, military commander and conqueror, Napoleon I||Bonaparte|
|object honoring a victor such as a statue; any token of honor (for winning a contest, for skill, for bravery, etc.); spoil, prize, anything taken in war or hunting; memorial||trophy|
|one of the sixteenth century conquerors of Peru and Mexico, Spanish conqueror||conquistador|
|one that beats, conqueror, winner||defeater|
|one who wins the prize; victor, champion, one who wins a competition or contest, somebody or something winning prize||prizewinner|
|person who overthrows; conqueror||overthrower|
|race result determined from a photograph, race that is so close that the victor can only be determined by examining a photograph; close finish, very close contest||photo finish|
|somebody or something successful, somebody or something winning competition, victor; one who wins||winner|
|someone or something that occupies; resident; tenant; conqueror||occupier|
|victor in contest, victor over enemy, one who defeats||conqueror|
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