[hep-tahr-kee] /ˈhɛp tɑr ki/
noun, plural heptarchies.
(often initial capital letter) the seven principal concurrent Anglo-Saxon kingdoms supposed to have existed in the 7th and 8th centuries.
government by seven persons.
an allied group of seven states or kingdoms, each under its own ruler.
noun (pl) -chies
government by seven rulers
a state divided into seven regions each under its own ruler
[hep-tuh-stik] /ˈhɛp təˌstɪk/ noun, Prosody. 1. a strophe, stanza, or poem consisting of seven lines or verses. /ˈhɛptəˌstɪk/ noun 1. (prosody) a poem, strophe, or stanza that consists of seven lines
[hep-tuh-sil-uh-buh l] /ˈhɛp təˌsɪl ə bəl/ noun 1. a word or line of verse of seven .
[hep-tuh-took, -tyook] /ˈhɛp təˌtuk, -ˌtyuk/ noun 1. the first seven books of the Old Testament. /ˈhɛptəˌtjuːk/ noun 1. the first seven books of the Old Testament
noun a person who participates in the heptathlon, an athletic competition consisting of seven events