decurion


de·cu·ri·on

noun \di-ˈkyr-ē-ən\

Definition of DECURION

1
:  a Roman cavalry officer in command of 10 men
2
:  a member of a Roman senate

Origin of DECURION

Middle English decurioun, from Latin decurion-, decurio, from decuria division of ten, from decem
First Known Use: 14th century

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