Facile-princeps



[fah-ki-le pring-keps; English fas-uh-lee prin-seps] /ˈfɑ kɪˌlɛ ˈprɪŋ kɛps; English ˈfæs ə li ˈprɪn sɛps/

Latin.
1.
easily the first or best.
/ˈfæsɪlɪ ˈprɪnsɛps/
noun
1.
an obvious leader

Latin, literally “easily first.” An acknowledged leader or chief.

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