coruler

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noun co·rul·er \ (ˌ)kō-ˈrü-lər \
variants: or co-ruler
Updated on: 11 Sep 2017

Definition of coruler

plural corulers or co-rulers
:someone who rules with another
  • … they deposed him and put in his place his son, Stephen Dushan, who had until then served as coruler.
  • —Cyril E. Black
  • Such was the royal ardor that it took guilt over the death of his wife and co-ruler Queen Mary to end the affair.
  • —Martin Rubin

First Known Use of coruler

1677


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