vinc-, vict-, -vince, -vincible, -vincibility +
(Latin: conquer, overcome)
2. Resulting in victory, or characteristic of victors, victory, or the joy of winning.
2. Relating to, or characteristic of victory.
3: Evincing moral harmony or a sense of fulfillment.
2. Success in a contest against an enemy, opponent, a particular contest, or battle that is won.
3. Success in overcoming a difficult situation or an obstacle.
4. A condition in which someone has triumphed.
Latin: Victoria (goddess)
2. Etymology: from vince, Latin, vinco, vincere, "to conquer, to win".
The element toxicum in vincetoxicum comes from Latin, meaning "poison".
The part of the picture that is showing the yellow seed pods
is an example of the Vincetoxicum nigrum or Black Swallow-wort.
The white flowers are not related to this Vincetoxicum nigrum plant.
Motto of Compton Community College, Compton, California, USA; and it is also translated as "Truth conquers all things".
There is also a shorter version: Vincit veritas, "Truth wins out."
Motto of Berea College, Berea, Kentucky, USA.
Another version is, "Bloodied but unbowed."