duchy

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PIE root
*dewk-

From Middle English duche, from Anglo-Norman duché, from duc, or from Medieval Latin ducātus, from Latin dux.

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duchy ‎(plural duchies)

  1. A dominion or region ruled by a duke or duchess. (A grand duchy may be a self-governing state. A simple duchy tends to be a part of a larger kingdom or empire.)

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duchy

  1. nominative plural of duch
  2. accusative plural of duch
  3. vocative plural of duch