[hag-ee-ahr-kee, hey-jee-] /ˈhæg iˌɑr ki, ˈheɪ dʒi-/
noun, plural hagiarchies.
noun (pl) -archies
government by saints, holy men, or men in holy orders
an order of saints
“government by persons in holy orders,” 1826; see hagiology + -archy. Not to be confused with hagiocracy “government by persons considered holy” (1846); -cracy.
- Hagia sophia
[iz-i-dawr-uh s, -dohr-] /ˌɪz ɪˈdɔr əs, -ˈdoʊr-/ noun 1. flourished 6th century a.d, Byzantine engineer. He was one of the architects of Hagia Sophia; (originally an Orthodox cathedral and currently a museum in Istanbul, Turkey).
1. a combining form meaning “saint,” “holy,” used in the formation of compound words: hagiography; hagiocracy. combining form 1. indicating a saint, saints, or holiness: hagiography
[hag-ee-ok-ruh-see, hey-jee-] /ˌhæg iˈɒk rə si, ˌheɪ dʒi-/ noun, plural hagiocracies. 1. government by a body of persons esteemed as holy. 2. a state so governed. /ˌhæɡɪˈɒkrəsɪ/ noun (pl) -cies 1. government by holy men 2. a state, community, etc, governed by holy men
[hag-ee-og-ruh-fuh, hey-jee-] /ˌhæg iˈɒg rə fə, ˌheɪ dʒi-/ noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. the third of the three Jewish divisions of the Old Testament, variously arranged, but usually comprising the Psalms, Proverbs, Job, Song of Solomon, Ruth, Lamentations, Ecclesiastes, Esther, Daniel, Ezra, Nehemiah, and Chronicles. /ˌhæɡɪˈɒɡrəfə/ noun 1. the third of the three […]