- a four-wheeled carriage for two passengers, with a folding top and a high seat in front for the driver
- an early touring automobile with a folding top over the rear seat
- any of a genus (Victoria) of South American waterlilies (family Nymphaeaceae) with platterlike leaves up to seven feet wide and large, night-blooming flowers
Origin of victoriaafter Queen Victoria
a feminine name: dim. Vicki, Vickie, Vicky; equiv. Fr. Victoire, It. Vittoria, Sp. Vitoria
Origin of VictoriaL, victory
(born Alexandrina Victoria) 1819-1901; queen of Great Britain & Ireland (1837-1901): granddaughter of George III
- state of Australia, in the SE part: 87,807 sq mi (227,420 sq km); cap. Melbourne
- Hong Kong (the city)
Origin of Victoriaafter Queen Victoria capital of British Columbia, Canada: seaport on SE Vancouver Island
- capital of the Seychelles, on Mahé island
- lake in E Africa, bounded by Kenya, Uganda, & Tanzania: 26,828 sq mi (69,484 sq km)
- island of the Arctic Archipelago, Canada, east of Banks Island: 83,896 sq mi (217,290 sq km)
Origin of Victoriaafter Queen Victoria
- A low, light four-wheeled carriage for two with a folding top and an elevated driver's seat in front.
- A touring car with a folding top usually covering only the rear seat.
Origin of victoriaAfter Victoria 1
Queen of Great Britain and Ireland (1837-1901) and empress of India (1877-1901). Her reign was marked by the expansion of the British Empire and industrial growth, and her strict moral code had great influence on 19th-century British society.
1897 colored print
- A state of southeast Australia on Bass Strait. Colonized by the British after the 1830s, it is Australia's most densely populated state. Melbourne is the capital and largest city.x
- The capital of British Columbia, Canada, on southeast Vancouver Island on the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Founded in 1843 as a Hudson's Bay Company outpost, it grew rapidly during the Frasier River gold rush of 1858 and became the capital in the late 1860s.x
- The former colonial capital of Hong Kong on Victoria Harbor, a deep-water channel between the Kowloon Peninsula and Hong Kong Island.
- The capital of Seychelles, on the northeast coast of Mahé Island on the Indian Ocean.x
- A city of southeast Texas southeast of San Antonio on the Guadalupe River. It was founded by Mexican settlers in 1824.x
- A type of carriage.
Named after Queen Victoria.
- (Roman mythology) The Roman goddess of victory; equivalent to the Greek goddess Nike.
- A female given name.
- One of the six states of Australia, situated in the south-eastern part of the continent, with its capital at Melbourne.
- (historical, Australia) The British colony in what is now the Australian state of Victoria.
- The capital of Seychelles.
- Provincial capital of British Columbia (Canada).
- Main town of the federal territory of Labuan (Malaysia).
- Lake Victoria, the largest lake in Africa.
- The City of Victoria, a settlement in Hong Kong often referred to as its capital
- (astronomy) 12 Victoria, an asteroid.
- A town in Grenada
- A city in Texas