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  • 21arch- — 1 a combining form that represents the outcome of archi in words borrowed through Latin from Greek in the Old English period; it subsequently became a productive form added to nouns of any origin, which thus denote individuals or institutions… …

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  • 22arch- — [a:tʃ, a:k US a:rtʃ, a:rk] prefix [: Old French; Origin: Latin arch , archi , from Greek, from archein to begin, rule ] belonging to the highest class or rank ▪ an archbishop (=an importantbishop) ▪ our archenemy (=our worst enemy) ▪ the company… …

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  • 23arch- — [ärch; ] in [ “] archangel [ & ] its derivatives [, ärk] [ME arche < OE arce < L archi , arch < Gr archos, first, ruler < archein, begin, rule] prefix main, chief, principal: often used in forming titles of rank [archangel, archenemy; …

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  • 24arch... — arch..., Arch... vgl. ↑archi..., Archi …

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  • 25-arch — LAff Herrscher per. Wortschatz bildg. ( ) Beschreibung von Affixen. Das griechische Verb gr. árchein der erste sein, herrschen hat als Ableitung gr. archós m. Führer, Anführer , in Komposita gr. archēs m. und als Abstraktum archía, z.B. gr.… …

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  • 26arch — n *curve, bow, arc arch adj *saucy, pert Analogous words: roguish, waggish, impish, mischievous, *playful: mocking, deriding or derisive, twitting (see corresponding verbs at RIDICULE) …

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  • 27arch- — ► COMBINING FORM 1) chief; principal: archbishop. 2) pre eminent of its kind: an arch enemy. ORIGIN from Greek arkhos chief …

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  • 28-arch — [ärk; ] occas., [ərk] [< Gr archos: see ARCH ] suffix ruler [matriarch, monarch] …

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  • 29Arch — or arch abbrev. 1. archaic 2. archipelago 3. architecture …

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  • 30Arch|er — «AHR chuhr», noun. a person who shoots with bow and arrows; bowman. ╂[< Anglo French archer, Old French archier < Late Latin arcārius, ultimately < Latin arcus bow] Arch|er «AHR chuhr», noun. a constellation and the ninth sign of the… …

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  • 31arch|er — «AHR chuhr», noun. a person who shoots with bow and arrows; bowman. ╂[< Anglo French archer, Old French archier < Late Latin arcārius, ultimately < Latin arcus bow] Arch|er «AHR chuhr», noun. a constellation and the ninth sign of the… …

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  • 32arch|ly — «AHRCH lee», adverb. in an arch or playfully mischievous manner; pertly; saucily …

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  • 33Arch — Arch, 1) Stadt, so v.w. Arco; 2) Dorf u. Thal Bezirk Büren des Schweizercantons Bern …

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  • 34Arch.... — Arch.... (gr.), so v.w. Archi...., s.d …

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  • 35Arch — (spr. artsch), Joseph, Führer der ländlichen Arbeite bewegung in England, geb. 10. Nov. 1826 in Barford (Warwickshire), widmete sich als einfacher Arbeiter eifrig dem Studium wirtschaftlicher Fragen, war einige Jahre lang Methodistenprediger und… …

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  • 36arch — index jocular, machiavellian, master, paramount, project (extend beyond), sly Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton …

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  • 37Arch — Arch, es una localidad suiza del cantón de Berna, situada en el distrito de Büren …

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  • 38arch... — arch...,   archi …

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  • 39arch. — arch. abbr. architetto …

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  • 40arch — v arh. Trimis de LauraGellner, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DN …

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