Negus



[nee-guh s] /ˈni gəs/

noun, plural neguses.
1.
a title of Ethiopian royalty.
2.
(initial capital letter) the Emperor of Ethiopia.
[nee-guh s] /ˈni gəs/
noun
1.
a beverage made of wine and hot water, with sugar, nutmeg, and lemon.
/ˈniːɡəs/
noun (pl) -guses
1.
a hot drink of port and lemon juice, usually spiced and sweetened
/ˈniːɡəs/
noun (pl) -guses
1.
a title of the emperor of Ethiopia

title of the ruler of Abyssinia, 1590s, from Amharic negush “king,” from stem of nagasha “he forced, ruled.”

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