sigor

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *segaz (victory), from Proto-Indo-European *segʰ-, *seghe-, *sghē- (to hold). Akin to Old Norse sigr (victory), Old English siġe (victory).

Noun[edit]

sigor m (nominative plural sigoras)

  1. victory, triumph, success
    Sigor eft áhwearf of norþmonna níðgeteóne, æsctír wera. — Victory after turning back the attack of the Northmen, battle-glory of the troop.

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