- viceregal assent,
- vichy government,
- vichy water,
Origin of viceroy
Examples from the Web for viceroy
The El Chapo strategy was to take out the Mexican police commanders who protected The Viceroy in Juárez, according to Esparza.
"False rumors given out by the traitor, Havenner, who has now gone to the twilight of the gods," interrupted the Viceroy.Giants on the Earth|Sterner St. Paul Meek
As she advanced to her place, after the prescribed courtesy to the Viceroy, her dark eyes searchingly scanned the throng of pages.The Hill of Venus|Nathan Gallizier
No part of that great disaster could be imputed to the Viceroy.The History of England from the Accession of James II.|Thomas Babington Macaulay
Word Origin for viceroy
person ruling as representative of a sovereign, 1520s, from Middle French vice-roy, from Old French vice- "deputy" (see vice-) + roi "king," from Latin regem (nominative rex); see rex. The species of American butterfly so called from 1881.