Imperator meaning

ĭmpə-rätôr, -tər
An army commander in the Roman Republic.
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The supreme power of the Roman emperor.
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The head of state and supreme commander in the Roman Empire, in whose name all victories were won.
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In ancient Rome, a title of honor given originally to generals and later to emperors.
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Origin of imperator

  • Latin imperātōr emperor

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Latin imperator.

    From Wiktionary