archchancellor

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arch- +‎ chancellor. Compare German Erzkanzler, Medieval Latin archicancellārius.

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archchancellor ‎(plural archchancellors)

  1. chief chancellor
  2. (Medieval) in Germany, an officer in the Holy Roman Empire who presided over the secretaries of the court

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