-arch

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See also: arch, ärch, arch-, and arch.

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From Late Latin -archa, from Latin -archēs, from Ancient Greek -άρχης(-árkhēs), from ἀρχή(arkhḗ, rule”, “government), ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *arkhein(to begin, rule, command).

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-arch

  1. leading, leader

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