Interrexes
Interrex In"ter*rex`, n.; pl. E. {Interrexes}, L. {Interreges}. [L., fr. inter between + rex king.] An interregent, or a regent. [1913 Webster]

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  • Interreges — Interrex In ter*rex , n.; pl. E. {Interrexes}, L. {Interreges}. [L., fr. inter between + rex king.] An interregent, or a regent. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Interrex — In ter*rex , n.; pl. E. {Interrexes}, L. {Interreges}. [L., fr. inter between + rex king.] An interregent, or a regent. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Interrex — or inter rex (Latin; plural, interreges) was literally a ruler between kings. He was in effect a short term regent.RomeThe office of Interrex is said to have been instituted on the death of Romulus, when the Roman Senate wished to share the… …   Wikipedia

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