noun, plural cap·tain·cies for 2.
Origin of captaincy
Examples from the Web for captaincy
Historical Examples of captaincy
Take the captaincy of the second company, and ride at their head.'
If I am commandant of this force I hand over the captaincy of this company to you.
"It was on the matter of this captaincy that we fell to words," he answered, with more humility.Love-at-Arms
Ensign Butler was promoted to a captaincy in the regiment to which he belonged.
For courage and gallantry in battle he was promoted to a captaincy.The Story of a Cannoneer Under Stonewall Jackson
Edward A. Moore