Origin: From -archa, -arches, from -άρχης, from ἀρχός.
a suffix meaning a ruler, as in monarch (a sole ruler)
The numerical value of -arch in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of -arch in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
The Arch is the undeniable symbol of our region, recognized around the world. With this project we are better connecting it to the city it represents.
The government is acting like an elephant in a china shop, after they've spared arch-terrorists this method, they want to try it out against Jewish youths.
A successful debt swap for Arch could add to the liquidity runway, deleverage the balance sheet and motivate management to keep the company alive, but barring some sort of miracle in the coal market, liquidity is still stretched.
If the recruitment of candidates is done with honesty, then there will be no surveillance required on their work sincerity or punctuality and relatively less need of product publicity in comparison to its arch rival's brand promotional activity.
The hearth is significant as something of the University’s early academic years, the original arch above the opening will have to be reconstructed, but we hope to present the remainder of the hearth as essentially unrestored, preserving its evidence of use.
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