lochage

noun loch·age \ˈläkij\
variants: or

lochagus

\läˈkāgəs\

Definition of lochage

plural

lochages

\-jə̇z\ or

lochagi

\-āˌjī\
  1. :  the commander of a lochus

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Origin and Etymology of lochage

Greek lochagos, from lochos + -agos (from agein to lead, drive) — more at agent


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