archi-

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See also: archi, Archi, and -archi

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New Latin archi- (chief, early), from Ancient Greek ἀρχι- (arkhi-, chief, leading), from ἄρχω (árkhō, I begin, lead, rule, govern)

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archi-

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English[edit]

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From Ancient Greek prefix ἀρχι- (arkhi-), from ἄρχω (árkhō, I begin, lead, rule, govern), from Proto-Indo-European *h₂ergʰ- (to begin, rule, command).

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archi-

  1. chief, highest, most important
  2. earlier, primitive

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French[edit]

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archi-

  1. arch- (used for intensiveness), ultra-
  2. (colloquial); dead (extremely)
    archifaux
    dead wrong

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Italian[edit]

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archi-

  1. arch-

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the Ancient Greek ἀρχι- (arkhi-).

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archi-

  1. arch-, archi-

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  • Portuguese: arqui- (borrowing), arce-, arci-

Spanish[edit]

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archi-

  1. archi-, arch-

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