Thearchic

thearchy

[thee-ahr-kee]
noun, plural thearchies.
1.
the rule or government of God or of a god.
2.
an order or system of deities.

Origin:
1635–45; < Late Greek thearchía. See the-, -archy

thearchic, adjective
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thearchy (ˈθiːɑːkɪ)
 
n , pl -chies
rule or government by God or gods; theocracy
 
[C17: from Church Greek thearkhia; see theo-, -archy]
 
the'archic
 
adj

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