myriarch

noun
myr·i·arch | \ˈmirēˌärk\
plural -s

Definition of myriarch 

: a commander of ten thousand men in ancient Greece

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Other Words from myriarch

myriarchy \-kē \ noun plural -es

History and Etymology for myriarch

Greek myriarchēs, myriarchos, from myrioi ten thousand + -archēs, archos -arch

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