Definitions for emperor
ˈɛm pər ərem·per·or
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word emperor.
the male ruler of an empire
red table grape of California
emperor, emperor moth, Saturnia pavonianoun
large moth of temperate forests of Eurasia having heavily scaled transparent wings
emperor butterfly, emperornoun
large richly colored butterfly
The male monarch or ruler of an empire.
(medieval political theory) Specifically, the ruler of the Holy Roman Empire; the world-monarch.
The Investiture Controversy was a conflict between the Emperor and the Pope.
A large, relatively valuable marble in children's games.
Etymology: From empereor (Modern French empereur), from imperator, from imperare.
the sovereign or supreme monarch of an empire; -- a title of dignity superior to that of king; as, the emperor of Germany or of Austria; the emperor or Czar of Russia
Etymology: [OF. empereor, empereour, F. empereur, L. imperator, fr. imperare to command; in in + parare to prepare, order. See Parade, and cf. Imperative, Empress.]
An emperor is a monarch, usually the sovereign ruler of an empire or another type of imperial realm. Empress, the female equivalent, may indicate an emperor's wife, mother, or a woman who rules in her own right. Emperors are generally recognized to be of a higher honor and rank than kings. Currently, the Emperor of Japan is the only reigning monarch with the title.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
em′pėr-or, n. the head of the Roman Empire: the highest title of sovereignty:—fem. Em′press.—ns. Em′peror-moth, except the Death's-head, the largest British moth, its expanse of wings being about three inches; Em′perorship; Em′pery, empire, power. [O. Fr. emperere—L. imperator (fem. imperatrix)—imperāre, to command.]
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
(Imperator). Among the ancient Romans, signified the general of an army, who, for some extraordinary success, had been complimented with this appellation. Subsequently it came to denominate an absolute monarch or supreme commander of an empire. In Europe, the first who bore the title was Charlemagne.
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Rank popularity for the word 'emperor' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #4171
Rank popularity for the word 'emperor' in Nouns Frequency: #1633
The numerical value of emperor in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of emperor in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
No one else can keep that company together the way he has been able to because he built it, it's the fall of an emperor and one that I think will not only take the empire down with him but will also have massive ramifications for that entire industry.
I think the previous emperor and empress could have spoken in English too, but these two do it so innately - it's a real tribute to all their time abroad.
In imperial China, only the emperor was allowed to wear yellow, yellow was the most precious color, the most noble color.
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The emperor ... must lie in the place where the lord laid him to rest.
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- قيصر, إمبراطورArabic
- цар, императорBulgarian
- emperadorCatalan, Valencian
- kejser, KeiserenDanish
- Kaiser, ImperatorGerman
- imperaator, keiserEstonian
- ìmpireScottish Gaelic
- cár, császárHungarian
- 皇帝, 天皇, 帝王Japanese
- ព្រះចៅអធិរាជ, អធិរាជ, រាជាធិរាជKhmer
- 황제, 천황Korean
- emperator, qeyserKurdish
- KeeserLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- ķeizars, imperatorsLatvian
- цар, императорMacedonian
- эзэн хаанMongolian
- khakan, kaisar, maharajaMalay
- ਸਮਰਾਟPanjabi, Punjabi
- cesarz, imperatorPolish
- imperataur, imperatour, caiser, imperaturRomansh
- царь, императорRussian
- цар, император, car, imperatorSerbo-Croatian
- cisár, cárSlovak
- thiên hoàng, hoàng đếVietnamese
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