-άρχης

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See also: αρχής and ἀρχῆς

Ancient Greek[edit]

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ᾰ̓ρχή (arkhḗ, rule”, “government) +‎ -ης (-ēs)

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-ᾰ́ρχης (-árkhēsm (genitive -ᾰ́ρχου); first declension

  1. -arch (ruler, leader)

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Greek[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek -άρχης (-árkhēs).

Suffix[edit]

-άρχης (-árchism

  1. Indicating leadership, ownership of or power over
    κατάστημα (katástima, shop) + ‎-άρχης (-árchis) → ‎καταστηματάρχης (katastimatárchis, shopkeeper)
    νομός (nomós, nome) + ‎-άρχης (-árchis) → ‎νομάρχης (nomárchis, nomarch)
    αίθουσα (aíthousa, room, auditorium) + ‎-άρχης (-árchis) → ‎αιθουσάρχης (aithousárchis, cinema owner)

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