See also: Tetrarch

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Borrowing from Latin tetrarchēs, from Ancient Greek τετράρχης(tetrárkhēs), from τετρα-(tetra-, four) + -άρχης(-árkhēs, ruler, leader).

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tetrarch (plural tetrarchs)

  1. a governor of part of a country, especially of a fourth part of a province in Ancient Rome
  2. an officer in charge of a fourth part of a phalanx in Ancient Greece

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