Heretoch

Heretoch

Her"e*toch\, Heretog \Her"e*tog\, n. [AS. heretoga, heretoha; here army + te['o]n to draw, lead; akin to OS. heritogo, OHG. herizogo, G. herzog duke.] (AS. Antiq.) The leader or commander of an army; also, a marshal. --Blackstone.
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