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1. diarchy

noun. a form of government having two joint rulers.

Synonyms

  • political system
  • form of government

Etymology

  • -archy (English)
  • -archia (Latin)
  • di- (English)
  • δία (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

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1. Noun, singular or mass
The English Bill of Rights (1689) was created after King James II refused to recognize the rights of the English people and was driven out of the country, replaced by the diarchy of William and Mary.

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