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archbishopric

[ ahrch-bish-uhp-rik ]
/ ˌɑrtʃˈbɪʃ əp rɪk /
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noun
the see, diocese, or office of an archbishop.
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Origin of archbishopric

before 1000; Middle English archebischopric,Old English arcebisceoprīce, equivalent to arcebisceoparchbishop + rīce region, realm; cognate with Old Norse rīki,Gothic reiki,Old High German rīhki (German Reich)
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British Dictionary definitions for archbishopric

archbishopric
/ (ˈɑːtʃˈbɪʃəprɪk) /

noun
the rank, office, or jurisdiction of an archbishop
the area governed by an archbishop
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