noun ep·ar·chy \ˈe-ˌpär-kē\
plural ep·ar·chies

Definition of EPARCHY

:  a diocese of an Eastern church

Origin of EPARCHY

Greek eparchia province, from eparchos prefect, from epi- + archos ruler — more at arch-
First Known Use: 1796


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