diarchy

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di- +‎ -archy

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diarchy (countable and uncountable, plural diarchies)

  1. Rule by two people.
    Djokovic finally cracked the Federer-Nadal diarchy in 2010.
  2. A state under the rule of two people; the form of government of such state.
    Swaziland is an absolute diarchy, ruled jointly by a king and a queen mother.

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