imperators

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imperators

  1. plural of imperator

Latvian[edit]

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 imperators on Latvian Wikipedia
Romas imperators Diokletiāns (284-305)

Etymology[edit]

Via other European languages, ultimately a borrowing from Latin imperātor (emperor, commander, general).

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Noun[edit]

imperators m (1st declension, feminine form: imperatore), imperatrise

  1. emperor (male monarch of an empire; his title)
    Romas impērijas imperators DiokletiānsRoman Emperor Diocletian
    imperators ir impērijā valdoša monarha titulsemperor is the title of a monarch that rules in an empire
    parks un ezers kādreiz kalpojuši tikai imperatoru izpriecāmthe park and the lake always served only the pleasure of the emperors
  2. (historical, Ancient Rome) military leader, later also ruler; this person's title

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