tetrarchy

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Pronunciation[edit]

tet·rarch·y

  • IPA: //
  • enPR: tĕträrkē

Etymology[edit]

From Latin tetrarchia from Ancient Greek τετραρχία (tetrarkhia), from tetra (four) + archos (ruler) + -ia, literally "four rulers".

Noun[edit]

tetrarchy (plural tetrarchies)

  1. Historically, an empire that was ruled by four rulers.

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