imperators

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Romas imperators Diokletiāns (284-305)

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Via other European languages, ultimately a borrowing from Latin imperātor (emperor, commander, general).

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imperators m (1st declension, feminine form: imperatore), imperatrise

  1. emperor (male monarch of an empire; his title)
    Romas impērijas imperators Diokletiāns — Roman Emperor Diocletian
    imperators ir impērijā valdoša monarha titulsemperor is the title of a monarch that rules in an empire
    parks un ezers kādreiz kalpojuši tikai imperatoru izpriecām — the park and the lake always served only the pleasure of the emperors
  2. (historical, Ancient Rome) military leader, later also ruler; this person's title

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