Usage Ancient Celtic
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Contributor Contrib.Felie on 4/3/2019
Celtic name, in which the first element is Proto-Celtic *sego- "force, victory" (also found in the Gaulish name Segomaros). The second element, *uako, possibly means "empty" or "curved". This was the name of a king of the Cantiaci in modern Kent at the time of Julius Caesar's second expedition to Britain ca. 54 BC. Segovax is also the name of a fictional character in Edward Rutherfurd's historical novel 'London' (1997).