Duumvirate meaning

do͝o-ŭmvər-ĭt, dyo͝o-
Any of various two-man executive boards in the Roman Republic.
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A regime or partnership of two persons.
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Governmental position or authority held jointly by two persons.
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Two such persons.
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Any of several branches of the executive in Republican Rome controlled by two people.
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A group of two officials; a union or coalition of two people.
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Origin of duumvirate

  • From Latin duumvirātus.

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