Duumvir

• (n.) One of two Roman officers or magistrates united in the same public functions.
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Duumvir

Du·um'vir noun ; plural English Duumvirs , Latin Duumviri . [ Latin , from duo two + vir man.] (Rom. Antiq.) One of two Roman officers or magistrates united in the same public functions.
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duumvir

duumvir, duumviracy, duumviral, duumvirate 1. In Roman history, one of the duumviri, the general name given to pairs of co-equal magistrates and functionaries in Rome and in her coloniae and municipia. 2. In modern use, one of two colleagues in authority.
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