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te·trarch / ˈteˌträrk/ • n. (in the Roman Empire) the governor of one of four divisions of a country or province. ∎  one of four joint rulers. ∎ archaic a subordinate ruler. DERIVATIVES: te·trar·chy n. (pl. -chies) .

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tetrarch

tetrarch ruler of one of four divisions of a country, subordinate ruler. XIV. — late L. tetrarcha, classL. -ēs — Gr. tetrárkhēs, f. TETRA- + -arkhēs ruling.
So tetrarchy XV.

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tetrarch

tetrarch in the Roman Empire, the governor of one of four divisions of a country or province; later, more generally, a subordinate ruler.

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