diarchic

diarchy

[dahy-ahr-kee]
noun, plural diarchies.
government in which power is vested in two rulers or authorities.
Also, dyarchy.


Origin:
1825–35; di-1 + -archy

diarchial, diarchic, adjective
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diarchy or dyarchy (ˈdaɪɑːkɪ)
 
n , pl -chies
government by two states, individuals, etc
 
dyarchy or dyarchy
 
n
 
di'archic or dyarchy
 
adj
 
di'archical or dyarchy
 
adj
 
di'archal or dyarchy
 
adj
 
dy'archic or dyarchy
 
adj
 
dy'archical or dyarchy
 
adj
 
dy'archal or dyarchy
 
adj

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