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victor ludorum

Line breaks: vic¦tor lu|dorum
Pronunciation: /luːˈdɔːrəm
 
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Definition of victor ludorum in English:

noun

British
A boy or man who is the overall champion in a sports competition, especially at a school or college.
Example sentences
  • Senior pupils were being awarded the victor ludorum, which made a great impression on me.

Origin

Latin, literally 'victor of the games'.

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