suffete

noun
suf·​fete | \ˈsəˌfēt\
plural suffetes\ ˈsəˌfēts, ˈsəfəˌtēz \

Definition of suffete 

: one of the two annually elected chief magistrates of ancient Carthage

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History and Etymology for suffete

Latin sufet-, sufes, suffet-, suffes, of Punic origin; akin to Hebrew shōphēṭ judge

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