Latinate victory from the 14th century replaces Old Englishsige (Gothic sigis, Old High German sigu), a frequent element in Germanic names (as in Sigibert, Sigurd etc.), cognate to Celtic sego- and Sanskrit sahas.
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Winged Victory of Samothrace originally Greek, being a form of the figure known as 'Nike' (Greek) or 'Victoria' (Latin) and used (by those nations forming any part of the 'western' alliance and wishing to participate with the exception of those from the Far East who used a different design) in the Inter-Allied Victory Medal in accordance with the agreement reached at the Inter-Allied Peace Conference held in Versailles, France in 1918.
Victoria Memorial, London United Kingdom (pre-war 1911 'Winged Victory' form, together with suggested relationship between 'victory' and 'peace' as generally available in documentary text and architecture in part cited in this article in 2012)