boeotarch

noun, sometimes capitalized boe·o·tarch \ˈbēəˌtärk, bēˈōˌt-\

Definition of boeotarch

plural

-s

  1. :  one of the body of chief magistrates elected in ancient times by the cities of central Greece comprising the Boeotian Confederacy

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Origin and Etymology of boeotarch

Greek Boiōtarchēs, from Boiōtia Boeotia + -archēs -arch


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