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Etymology[]

Latin monarchia < Ancient Greek μονάρχης (monarchēs), variant of μόναρχος (monarchos), sole ruler), from 'μόνος (monos), only) + ἀρχός (archos), leader).

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Singular
Monarch

Plural
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  1. The ruler of an absolute monarchy or the head of state of a constitutional monarchy.
  2. A migratory butterfly, Danaus plexippus, found in North America. See w:en:Monarch butterfly.

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  • king
  • potentate
  • queen
  • sovereign

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A monarch can have any of the following titles:

  • emperor/empress
  • king/queen
  • prince/princess
  • grand duke/grand duchess

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Dutch Wikipedia has an article on:

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Noun[]

Monarch m. (plural Monarchen)

  1. monarch

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