Dynast



[dahy-nast, -nuh st; British also din-ast] /ˈdaɪ næst, -nəst; British also ˈdɪn æst/

noun
1.
a ruler or potentate, especially a hereditary ruler.
/ˈdɪnəst; -æst/
noun
1.
a ruler, esp a hereditary one
n.

“hereditary ruler,” 1630s, from Late Latin dynastes, from Greek dynastes (see dynasty).

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