noun, plural tri·um·virs, tri·um·vi·ri [trahy-uhm-vuh-rahy] /traɪˈʌm vəˌraɪ/.
Origin of triumvir
Related formstri·um·vi·ral, adjective
Examples from the Web for triumvir
Crassus, the famous financier, triumvir with Caesar and Pompey.The Apologia and Florida of Apuleius of Madaura|Lucius Apuleius
He could not remember the name of the third triumvir, and it troubled him greatly.E.P. Roe: Reminiscences of his Life|Mary A. Roe
Mazzini was made a Triumvir, and henceforth became little less than dictator.The Life of Mazzini|Bolton King
He also received a grant of land at Potentia or Pisaurum from Fulvius, who was then triumvir coloniae deducendae.The Student's Companion to Latin Authors|George Middleton
The populace, however, inserted the name of Radetsky in place of the triumvir, and now sing the song with impunity.