What is another word for Exarch?

Pronunciation: [ɛɡzˈɑːk] (IPA)

Exarch is a term used in various contexts, from religious to political, to denote a person in authority or a leader. There are several synonyms for the word exarch, which can be used interchangeably in certain situations. One of the most commonly used synonyms is "governor," which refers to a person who is responsible for managing a particular territory or jurisdiction. Other synonyms for exarch include "prefect," "administrator," "supervisor," and "ruler." Each of these terms emphasizes different aspects of leadership and authority, but they all convey the same basic idea of a person who holds significant power and responsibility over a group or organization.

Usage examples for Exarch

She sent Longinus, as the new Exarch, to supersede the conqueror of Italy, and in most insulting language recalled the eunuch Narses to Constantinople.
"Women of Early Christianity Woman: In all ages and in all countries, Vol. 3 (of 10)"
Alfred Brittain Mitchell Carroll
A like fate befell the Emperor Phocas, who succumbed in 610 to the fortunes of Heraclius, the son of Crispus, Exarch of Africa.
"The World's Greatest Books, Vol XI."
Edited by Arthur Mee and J.A. Hammerton
The most signal example of this is to be seen in Russia, where the Greek Church, being cut off from Constantinople, had its own independent Patriarch up to the time of Peter the Great; and very lately, when Bulgaria became a State, it set up its own head of the Church, or Exarch.
"Studies in Literature and History"
Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall

Related words: exarchate of the east, exarchate of the iancu, exarchate of ukraine, exarchate of bulgaria

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