dukedom

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From Middle English dukedom; equivalent to duke +‎ -dom.

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dukedom (countable and uncountable, plural dukedoms)

  1. A region ruled by a duke or duchess; a duchy.
  2. The rank or title of a duke.

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Etymology[edit]

From duke +‎ -dom.

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Noun[edit]

dukedom

  1. dukedom, duchy
  2. A small or unimportant realm or state
  3. The position of being a duke

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