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Nike

[ nahy-kee ]
/ ˈnaɪ ki /
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Definition of Nike

noun
the ancient Greek goddess of victory.
one of a series of antiaircraft or antimissile missiles having two or three rocket stages.
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Origin of Nike

From the Greek word nī́kē victory, conquest
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British Dictionary definitions for Nike

Nike
/ (ˈnaɪkiː) /

noun
Greek myth the winged goddess of victoryRoman counterpart: Victoria

Word Origin for Nike

from Greek: victory
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