[dahy-ahr-kee] /ˈdaɪ ɑr ki/ noun, plural dyarchies. 1. . [dahy-ahr-kee] /ˈdaɪ ɑr ki/ noun, plural diarchies. 1. government in which power is vested in two rulers or authorities. /ˈdaɪɑːkɪ/ noun (pl) -chies 1. a variant spelling of diarchy /ˈdaɪɑːkɪ/ noun (pl) -chies 1. government by two states, individuals, etc
[dyous] /dyaʊs/ noun 1. the Vedic god of the sky.
[Sephardic Hebrew dee-book; Ashkenazic Hebrew, English dib-uh k] /Sephardic Hebrew diˈbuk; Ashkenazic Hebrew, English ˈdɪb ək/ noun, plural dybbuks, dybbukim [Sephardic Hebrew dee-boo-keem; Ashkenazic Hebrew dih-boo k-im] /Sephardic Hebrew ˌdi buˈkim; Ashkenazic Hebrew dɪˈbʊk ɪm/ (Show IPA). Jewish Folklore. 1. a demon, or the soul of a dead person, that enters the body of a […]
[dahy] /daɪ/ noun 1. a coloring material or matter. 2. a liquid containing coloring matter, for imparting a particular hue to cloth, paper, etc. 3. color or hue, especially as produced by dyeing. verb (used with object), dyed, dyeing. 4. to color or stain; treat with a dye; color (cloth, hair, etc.) with a substance […]