noun, plural sa·trap·ies.
Examples from the Web for satrapy
The Ministry is reduced to a satrapy of six, all absolutely equal, and none distinguished by remarkable ability.The Marquis D'Argenson: A Study in Criticism|Arthur Ogle
To this has to be added the large amount of gold-dust, which the twentieth, or Indian satrapy, paid yearly to the king.The History of Antiquity|Max Duncker
I think we shall be able to find a satrapy a-piece for them, as compensation for to-night's undeserved imprisonment.An Egyptian Princess, Complete|Georg Ebers
Groskurd proposes to read “Commagene, like Mesopotamia, consisted of one satrapy.”
In the battle of Gaugamela (1st of October 331) he commanded the troops of his satrapy.