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generalissimo

noun gen·er·a·lis·si·mo \ˌjen-rə-ˈli-sə-ˌmō, ˌje-nə-\
plural gen·er·a·lis·si·mos

Definition of GENERALISSIMO

:  the chief commander of an army

Origin of GENERALISSIMO

Italian, from generale general
First Known Use: 1621

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