Definitions for demarch

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  1. demarch(Noun)

    The chief magistrate of a deme.

  2. Origin: From δῆμος + ἄρχειν.

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  1. Demarch(noun)

    march; walk; gait

  2. Demarch(noun)

    a chief or ruler of a deme or district in Greece

  3. Origin: [Gr. dh`marchos; dh^mos people + 'a`rchein to rule.]

Anagrams of demarch »

  1. charmed, marched

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