|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
(n.) One who conquers.
Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia
kon'-ker-er: Known only in the compound verb (hupernikomen, Romans 8:37): A usual meaning of the preposition in composition is "above all measure"; hence, "more than conquerors," the Revised Version (British and American), the King James Version. The comparison is to the completeness of the victory. Others may place their enemies in subjection; those here mentioned master not only their foes, but themselves. Others destroy their foes and their resources; while those who are "more than conquerors" convert foes into means of still farther promoting the interests for which they struggle (Romans 3:3-5). Nor is the victory external and transient, but internal and permanent.
H. E. Jacobs
Conqueror (2 Occurrences)
Revelation 6:2 And I looked and a white horse appeared, and its rider carried a bow; and a victor's wreath was given to him; and he went out conquering and in order to conquer. (See NIV)
Micah 1:15 I will yet bring to you, inhabitant of Mareshah. He who is the glory of Israel will come to Adullam. (See RSV NIV)