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imperator definitions

Merriam Webster's

noun Etymology: Latin more at emperor Date: circa 1580 a commander in chief or emperor of the ancient Romans imperatorial adjective

Oxford Reference Dictionary

n. Rom.Hist. commander (a title conferred under the Republic on a victorious general and under the Empire on the emperor). Derivatives: imperatorial adj. Etymology: L (as IMPERATIVE)

Webster's 1913 Dictionary

Imperator Im`pe*ra"tor, n. [L. See Emperor.] (Rom. Antiq.) A commander; a leader; an emperor; -- originally an appellation of honor by which Roman soldiers saluted their general after an important victory. Subsequently the title was conferred as a recognition of great military achievements by the senate, whence it carried wiht it some special privileges. After the downfall of the Republic it was assumed by Augustus and his successors, and came to have the meaning now attached to the word emperor.



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