dyarchy


dy·ar·chy

noun \ˈdī-ˌär-kē\
plural dy·ar·chies

Definition of DYARCHY

:  a government in which power is vested in two rulers or authorities

Variants of DYARCHY

dy·ar·chy also di·ar·chy \ˈdī-ˌär-kē\

First Known Use of DYARCHY

1640

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