Origin of conqueror
Examples from the Web for conqueror
The higher power has many names -- daylight, conqueror, monarch.Leaps of Faith: Wrestling With Uncertainty and Finding Grace Through the Music of Hiss Golden Messenger|Howard Wolfson|March 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Here's a long excerpt, with my emphasis: Would we name our children Warrior, Conqueror, Sword, or Holy War?Islamophobe With Militarist Name Attacks Muslims For Militarist Names|Ali Gharib|April 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Aegon the Conqueror, who arrived in Westeros from ancient Valyria, used his three dragons to conquer the entire continent.
It was forged by the heat of dragons' breath when 1,000 bent their swords in fealty to Aegon the Conqueror.
Reich was writing under numerous noms du plume, including Daxis the Conqueror, Drk Prnz (Dark Prince), and Alexis.
After the conflict is over the conqueror returns to reap the reward of his valour.Reptiles and Birds|Louis Figuier
Some of those dogs have pedigrees that reach backward to the time of William the Conqueror.The Boy Patrol Around the Council Fire|Edward Sylvester Ellis
It celebrates a victory; but it is the victory of the God who enters as a conqueror into His sanctuary.The Expositor's Bible: The Psalms, Vol. 2|Alexander Maclaren
The whipped one gets up, shakes hands with his conqueror, and off they go to drink together.The Cobbler In The Devil's Kitchen|Mary Hartwell Catherwood
The honor of the Spanish nation was also concerned, because the temper of many of these peoples is, “Long live the conqueror!”
British Dictionary definitions for conqueror
Word Origin and History for conqueror
c.1300, from Anglo-French conquerour, Old French conquereor, from Old French conquerre (see conquer). Another early form was conquestor. William the Conqueror so called from early 12c. in Anglo-Latin: Guillelmus Magus id est conquæstor rex Anglorum.