[vik-tawr-ee-it, -eyt, -tohr-]
- a silver coin of ancient Rome, first issued in the late 3rd century b.c., having a figure of Victory on the reverse.
Origin of victoriate
1595–1605; < Latin (nummus coin) victōriātus, equivalent to victōri(a) Victory + -ātus -ate1
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