Definition of Navarchs

1. Noun. (plural of navarch) ¹



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Definition of Navarchs

1. navarch [n] - See also: navarch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Navarchs

naval medicine
naval mine
naval missile
naval officer
naval radar
naval shipyard
naval tactical data system
naval unit
naval weaponry
navalism
navalisms
navally
navals
navar
navarch
navarchs (current term)
navarchy
navarho
navarhos
navarin
navarins
navars
navbar
navbars
nave
navel
navel-gazing
navel-string
navel orange
navel point

Literary usage of Navarchs

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1. The Works of Xenophon by Xenophon, Henry Graham Dakyns (1890)
"... did that Sparta was the leading state, and that whatever a Laconian officer willed was law, he had somewhat coquetted with and humoured the navarchs and ..."

2. Readings in Greek History, from Homer to the Battle of Chaeronea: A by Ida Carleton Thallon (1914)
"... also in single line, and supporting them, the three ships of the navarchs, with any other allied vessels in the squadron. The right wing was entrusted ..."

3. The Politics and Economics of Aristotle by Aristotle, John Gillies (1853)
"... but where there are horse and light-armed troops, and bowmen, and sailors, they sometimes place over each of these distinct commanders, called navarchs ..."

4. Encyclopaedia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature by Francis Lieber, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford (1831)
"... navarchs, on the subject of arrears of pay and the booty of Na- poli, which the capitani were unwilling to divide with the islanders, had a bad effect ..."

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