noun, plural in·ter·re·ges [in-ter-ree-jeez] /ˌɪn tərˈri dʒiz/.
Examples from the Web for interreges
Interreges were appointed when there were no consuls, to hold comitia for the election of new ones.
When Flaminius and his colleague had resigned their offices, Marcellus was designated consul by the interreges.
In 55, 53 and 52 interreges are again found, the last-mentioned being on the occasion when Pompey was elected sole consul.