exarchate
noun see exarch I

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Exarchate — Ex*ar chate, n. [LL. exarchatus, fr. L. exarchus: cf. F. exarchat.] The office or the province of an exarch. Jer. Taylor. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • exarchate — [eks är′kit, eks är′kāt΄; eks′är΄kit, eks′är΄kāt΄] n. [ML exarchatus] the position, rank, or province of an exarch …   English World dictionary

  • Exarchate —    There were two of these new administrative units created by Maurice (q.v.). The first was the Exarchate of Carthage (q.v.), which defended Byzantine possessions in North Africa against the Moors (qq.v.). The second was the Exarchate of Ravenna …   Historical dictionary of Byzantium

  • exarchate — /ek sahr kayt , kit, ek sahr kayt/, n. the office, jurisdiction, or province of an exarch. Also, exarchy /ek sahr kee/. [1555 65; < ML exarchatus domain of an exarch. See EXARCH1, ATE3] * * * …   Universalium

  • exarchate — noun the province or area of an exarch …   Wiktionary

  • exarchate — n. position of an exarch; position of a patriarch s assistant; position of a provincial ruler in the Byzantine Empire …   English contemporary dictionary

  • exarchate — [ ɛksα:keɪt] noun historical a Byzantine province governed by an exarch …   English new terms dictionary

  • exarchate — ex·arch·ate …   English syllables

  • exarchate — /ˈɛksakeɪt/ (say eksahkayt), /ɛkˈsakeɪt/ (say ek sahkayt) noun the office, jurisdiction, or province of an exarch …   Australian English dictionary

  • exarchate — noun a diocese of the Eastern Orthodox Church • Syn: ↑eparchy • Derivationally related forms: ↑eparchial (for: ↑eparchy) • Hypernyms: ↑diocese, ↑bishopric, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

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