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dynast

noun dy·nast \ˈdī-ˌnast, -nəst\

Definition of DYNAST

:  ruler 1

Origin of DYNAST

Latin dynastes, from Greek dynastēs, from dynasthai to be able, have power
First Known Use: 1606

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